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Read on for information about LotFP releases and news.

05.08.2014: No Salvation for Witches

It's Pay What You Want for a full color hardcover physical book.

PDF goes out a day after the campaign ends, and the book goes to print less than a week later.

21.07.2014: The Doom-Cave of the Crystal-Headed Children released as a Pay What You Want PDF!

LotFP's 2014 Free RPG Day release is now available here as a Pay What You Want PDF! Download it for free, then decide for yourself if it's worth paying for, and if so how much.

16.06.2014: "About" Page Updated!

I just hit Nordcon this past weekend, and Free RPG Day is next weekend, so there might be a few new people curious about LotFP. So I've updated the About page (for the first time in what, five years?) with all the relevant info that someone unfamiliar with LotFP needs to know.

17.03.2014: God that Crawls Walkthrough

Jason Thompson did a walkthrough cartoon for The God that Crawls. You can see it here.

09.03.2014: Scenic Dunnsmouth and Forgive Us are out now!

Two new adventures out this past week:

Scenic Dunnsmouth by Zzarchov Kowolski: A journey into the weird backwater village of Dunnsmouth, suffering from various infestations of evil. Features a cool adventure customization procedure (including a full example so there's a ready-to-run version), and laid out so you can copy/print out only those sections of the adventure that are in play at the time. 112 pages, 2-color interior print, with layout and all art by Jez Gordon.

My personal opinion: This is a new Major Work to be put alongside Vornheim and Carcosa in terms of interesting stuff and new ways to put things together. Zzarchov really killed it with this one.

Forgive Us, written and illustrated by Kelvin Green: Urban horror! Criminal activity goes wrong when the wrong thing is stolen and ancient evil is released. The PCs show up just when the situation might/might not get out of hand...

My personal opinion: Fuckin' cool. Kelvin had his idea, designed the book, then fit the pieces together. The result is just like the cover: Simple yet striking.

You can buy them in Print or PDF at the LotFP Store or in PDF at RPGNow.

They'll also be showing up on game store shelves in a couple months.

Also, LotFP is once again participating in Free RPG Day. If you missed the recent crowdfunding effort, then participating game stores will be the only way to get a copy. Info here!


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