Godsfall

By Polar_Bear
In Dungeons & Dragons
Sep 26th, 2017
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I love when I see a thing that was originally a Kickstarter campaign not only fund and then deliver, but become available for general release. This is one such story. You can now order the Godsfall worldbook for your very own. Godsfall is a setting for 5th Edition based on the Godsfall podcast. There...
By Polar_Bear
In Crowdfunding
Jun 17th, 2016
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The gods of old didn’t really get along. One would say the other’s toga looked wrinkled, or that their laurel wreath was browning, or their mother’s recipe for ambrosia tarts was better. And then all hell broke loose… Or, I guess it was “all heavens broke loose” as...
By Polar_Bear
In Crowdfunding
May 21st, 2014
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Godsfall picked themselves up and brushed themselves off after their previous, unsuccessful Kickstarter and have regrouped and relaunched. Source From the new campaign: Pen-and-paper rpg set in a fantasy world that has suffered the fall and apocalyptic impact of a deity. Would you wake the Sleeping G...
By Polar_Bear
In Crowdfunding
Mar 19th, 2014
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The Godsfall RPG has posted up the playtest version of their rules over on their Kickstarter page. They’re about halfway to their goal with still 11 days to go. Source From the announcement: Playtest rules, including character generation, weapons & armor with both material modifier and rac...
By Polar_Bear
In Crowdfunding
Feb 24th, 2014
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Geek & Sundry is showing off some new concept art for Godsfall, the post-apocalyptic fantasy RPG. Source From the preview: Artwork for The Godsfall RPG, currently on kickstarter, has been featured in Geek & Sundry’s tumblr blog. The curious-looking water elemental, a mournful ghost, a...
By Polar_Bear
In Crowdfunding
Feb 18th, 2014
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Godsfall is a new fantasy post-apocalyptic RPG that’s up on Kickstarter and looking for some funding now. Source From the campaign: The Godsfall RPG was born of frustration with the direction RPGs have gone. Keeping track of 1384 hit points is a design fail. Flipping through six pages of a char...