Thursday, September 27, 2012

Now Partnered With Chronicle City

As some of you may know, I've been very excited about something which has been in the works but I haven't said what that is.  Well, as they say, now it can be told.

Gypsy Knights Games is honored to announce that we are now partnered with Chronicle City, "The New Capital of Gaming".  We've been working with Chronicle City's chief, Angus Abranson, to bring our products to a wider audience.

One way that will happen is that our PDFs (starting next week) will be available on Chronicle City's webstore in addition to the usual places where you find our products.

However, the way that we are most excited about is the release of 42 Plots.  This consists of the updated version of 21 Plots and 21 Plots Too and will be available in print through Chronicle City.  It will be 5.5" X 8.5" (digest sized) so it will be easy to carry around and reference when needed.  It should reach online game stores and your friendly local game store sometime in late January-early February 2013. 

This is the first of our products which will receive wide distribution in print and we're quite proud. 


Saturday, September 22, 2012

Now Available!

You can purchase your copy here.

Cascadia Adventures 2: The Lost Girl is the second in a set of adventures by Gypsy Knights Games set in the Cascadia subsector of the Clement Sector.

A daughter lost.  It tugs at the heart of any parent.

Khalil Moskalawicz, a former card dealer at The Razz Casino, has lost contact with his only daughter, Frida.  When no one else will help, Khalil turns to his former boss, Carrie O'Malley.  And when Carrie O'Malley needs someone to take on a tough job, she calls on you.

Has Frida been kidnapped?  Murdered?  Turned to a life of crime?  It is up to you to find out the truth.

Cascadia Adventures 2: The Lost Girl comes with an exciting adventure, nine pre-generated characters, and tons of NPCs.  In addition, The Lost Girl features stats and deckplans for the Rucker-class ship, a common "oddjob" ship in the Clement Sector.

Although The Lost Girl can be modified for use in any Traveller setting, it is recommended that Referees have access to Subsector Sourcebook 1: Cascadia and Hub Federation to make full use of this product. 

Like all our products, the main intention of this book is to provide an extra spark to the Referee's imagination.

"Traveller" and the Traveller logo are Trademarks owned by Far Future Enterprises, Inc. and are used with permission.  The Traveller Main Rulebook is available from Mongoose Publishing.

Monday, September 10, 2012

21 Plots Too Review in Freelance Traveller

This month's Freelance Traveller ,which can be donwloaded at this link for free, is now available.

The magazine features a tribute to recently passed Traveller artist Andrew Boulton and a review of 21 Plots Too.

Check it out!


Sunday, September 9, 2012

21 Plots Revisited

Just a few months after we went into business, we released 21 Plots.  That book has proven to be our most popular book.  Since then, we've released two follow-ups to it and have several more on the drawing boards.

However, after nearly two years in business and (hopefully) getting a bit more experience under our belt, we thought it might need to be revisited.  Something we strive for here is to make each product better than the last and we thought it might be time to upgrade 21 Plots to be closer to what we do now.

If you have already purchased 21 Plots, you should receive notification from Drive-Thru or RPGNow that the file has been updated.  We hope you enjoy the changes.

If you haven't purchased 21 Plots, now would be a great time to do so.  Pick one up and see what we're doing here at GKG.  We think you'll like it.

21 Plots can be purchased at this link. 

Saturday, September 8, 2012

Sunday, September 2, 2012

Subsector Sourcebook 4: Sequoyah Released!

Our newest addition to the Clement Sector has arrived with the release of Subsector Sourcebook 4: Sequoyah!  

Sequoyah is the most recently settled frontier in the Clement Sector, an area of scattered independent worlds.  Each world comes complete with detailed information concerning the system and the planet itself, yet leaves the Referee plenty of room to use these worlds as he/she sees fit.

Each world has a full color map of the world and its system. 

Made with the busy Referee in mind, this book's adventure hooks can provide the spark for multiple adventures.  You can use Sequoyah as part of Gypsy Knights' unfolding background in the Clement Sector or independently as a whole subsector to expand your existing campaign!  Add it to our other subsector books (Cascadia, Franklin, and Hub) to use as part of your own sector!  Or simply use this book as a handy central source for 19 worlds to use individually as you see fit!

You can purchase Subsector Sourcebook 4: Sequoyah individually here.

Or you can purchase it bundled with all of our other sourcebooks here.

Or you can purchase it bundled with The Hub Subsector here.