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John Carter of Mars RPG

For those of you Barsoom fans, there's a couple of new releases for the John Carter of Mars RPG available now over on the Modiphius website. There's the Player's Guide (incredibly handy, that), the Heroes of Helium Miniatures, for representing your characters on the tabletop, the Character and Token Card Deck (for even more representation on the table), and finally the Landscap and Location card deck, to make sure you've got some varried terrain while you're gaming.

John Carter of Mars is a classic set of books that Modiphius is letting you recreate on your tabletop with their RPG version. This month is a big release month for the game, and Modiphius is looking to celebrate appropriately. Over the next several weeks, they have several live events happening online to get you all the John Carter you can handle. Read on for a schedule and where you can find all this cool stuff going on.

Back to Monday again. I mean, I'm not thrilled with it. But it's just one of those things that happens, y'know? And, with that, we're also into a new month. The first quarter of the year's over with. Time for spring to really get into full swing. I know the pollen outside is reminding people of that... So, while everything outside gets coated in green/gold powder, let's stay inside and make your gaming tables look good.

Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Paizo Announces Starfinder Map, John Carter of Mars: Ruins of Korad Tile Set PDF Available From Modiphius, and New Medieval Lost Burg MDF Terrain From Pwork Wargame.

The folks over at Modiphius have been working hard on getting you a bunch of new releases for the John Carter of Mars RPG. They've got several new miniatures sets so you can accurately represent your characters and enemies on the table. They've got several new sets of dice (#NoSuchThingAsTooManyDice). And there's also a new slipcase for your books.

The Red Planet has been in the headlines lately for the new lander we just set on it. Unfortunately, we've yet to find any evidence of a civilization on the planet like there is in the John Carter series of books. However, that doesn't mean you can't vicariously walk around on the planet as part of an RPG. And that's just what you can do in the new John Carter of Mars RPG released by Modiphius. The core rulebook is available as a pdf now.