March 28th, 2015
Get thyself to the vendor room at Gary Con VII
and check out all the great items, fabulous wares, and amazing artists!
Illustration by Brian “Glad” Thomas
(in the fashion of a very famous illustration from the AD&D Players Handbook)
For our full WEGS Old Skool Fantasy products avail at Gary Con, click here.
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March 25th, 2015
Once again the awesome dudes at Black Blade Publishing will have our WEGS Old Skool Fantasy line for sale at Gary Con. We’ve even got a couple of show specials for you (listed at bottom).
(For our full WEGS Old Skool Fantasy event listing at Gary Con, click here.)
–THE WEGS OLD SKOOL FANTASY LIST–
WEGS Old Skool Fantasy RPG – $20
Intro to the Wickedly Errant Game System and its sword/sorcery setting.
Four dice fuel the game (2d6 and 2d10) and the rules are designed for full throttle sword-n-sorcery exploits.
Fun rules. Wild dice rolls. Quick character generation. Wicked adventure!
Old Skool Skill Deck – $12
All the Old Skool skills and spells in deck form.
Just deal them out to each character and play!
The Ultimate Dungeon Party Deck – $12
Six advanced character classes (just like the AD&D Players Handbook, but in deck form).
New classes are Dungeoneer, Templar, Glaivemaiden, Sneak, Warlock, and Monk.
Dice Rule – Advanced WEGS Rulebook – $15
Guide for folks who want to take the WEGS system to the next level.
Great for DMs and players who love to make/break systems!
–GARY CON SPECIALS–
The WEGS Beginner’s Bundle – $25
WEGS Old Skool Fantasy RPG + Old Skool Skill Deck
The WEGS Advanced Bundle – $49
Beginner’s Bundle (above) + Ultimate Dungeon Party Deck + Dice Rule Book.
All four products for your advanced WEGS-ing pleasure!
And… If you like zombie movies, Black Blade Publishing
will have a few copies of our creepy zombie card game, too!
Shuffling Horror: Pittsburgh 68 – $25
The Time: 1968. The Place: Pittsburgh. The Problem: Zombies!
A cinematic card-n-dice game system where the GM controls the plot (and zombies) in a creepy, classic zombie movie style.
Check out all the great games at the Black Blade Publishing Booth!
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March 15th, 2015
Sometimes you have to play your own game to learn it…
At one of my final Shuffling Horror: Pittsburgh 68 demos at Pax East, I triggered an unbelievable wave of Three Card Zombie bonuses. I went from two low value zombie throngs all the way up to six complete throngs (18 cards, 3 per throng). The bonus series was only stopped when one of the player’s reminded me of a rule that limits the number of bonus zombies I could take. He was sure I was limited to six throngs no matter what the deck was throwing at me. I honestly had no recollection of that rule and was a bit perplexed: someone knows the rules of this game better than me?!? I had to laugh.
The player went into his backpack, took out his own copy of the game, and paged through the rulebook. Sure enough, there it was in black-n-white on page 12: “A max of three bonus throngs is allowed.” This would be in addition to the Zombie Master’s initial three throng limit. Now, I could blame my forgetfulness on the fact that my brain wasn’t firing on all cylinders by this point in the con, but, there is another reason for my not remembering: it’s a rule that applies to an extremely improbable situation.
Six Throng Bonus Limit – a rule that is easy to forget as it’s rarely needed.
That, and I had a zombified convention brain, too!
In this instance, I started the reel with two throngs: one throng had a single zombie card, the other had two zombie cards. I intentionally tried to trigger a Three Card Zombie to build my horde – I had no clue what was in store! The bonus streak was broken up by the appearance of a Sanctuary card, but that was moved out of the Dealt Hand and immediately replaced by another zombie. In the end, 18 of the 20 cards in Reel 2 were zombie cards. There are only 24 zombie cards in the entire 44 card deck…
This deal conjured up that grim moment in zombie movies where the survivors realize there probably is no hope left for mankind. It is great to know that Pittsburgh 68 can deliver that kind of terror (or excitement in the case of the Zombie Master). Luckily for the players, they had a plane to catch. We can only guess how the game might have ended.
That’s the kind of deal you remember for a long time!
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March 6th, 2015
Have monsters! Will travel!
GameWick Games will be at Pax East 2015 (Sat and Sun only). The game will be for sale at The Compleat Strategist booth, too! Stop by and jump into a demo of our creepy little zombie game, Pittsburgh 68 – A Game of Shuffling Horror. We’ll also be signing games and giving fans a sneak peek at the next Shuffling Horror release, Roswell 51.
For details on demo location and after-hour games
visit the GameWick Games Facebook.
Pittsburgh 68 is a cinematic card-n-dice game that plays like a creepy, classic zombie movie. With each and every turn of a card, the dealt hand reveals horrible events, and players do their best to stay one step ahead of the zombie shuffle. As a group, players try to survive all four reels of the movie… but that will not be easy! To make matters worse, when a player is eliminated, that player is not out of the game. They just shuffle back into the action as a zombie in classic Living Dead style!
Come find us by the
Tabletop Gaming/Vendor Hall
at PAX EAST 2015!
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