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Brutal Games

Having stand-alone adventures ready to just plug into a game can be invaluable for a GM. If you got busy during the week and didn't have a chance to plan, just pull one of these out and you're ready go to. That's what Brutal Games is. It's a new fantasy adventure for various editions of Dungeons & Dragons where the players have been captured by the locals and must now survival the deadly Brutal Games. Will they make it out? The module is up on Kickstarter now.

Over the past month, chances are good you got some sweet, free stuff. It's just that time of year. Well, that spirit of giving has taken hold at Brutal Games and they've decided to offer up free downloadable versions of their Corporation RPG book. So if you'd like to try out this dystopican sci-fi world where countries are a thing of the past and the only allegiance people have is to the company they work for, you can get your own .pdf for free.
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Brutal Games Announces Corporate Merger:

From their announcement:

Exciting times are afoot in the Brutal Games universe. As of the first of this month all printed edition titles are available through online publisher Lulu. This includes the Corporation Core Rules and supplements, and Stickmen the RPG. New release Gate 22 is also out now and thanks to this new partnership will be available in both black and white and colour.

PDF downloads are still available from Drive Thru RPG and print editions can be found at Local delivery will be an option in both the UK and the USA. More information on all books can be found at, or on the forums at

Over the next few months all previous Corporation titles will be made available for the first time as full colour editions, and coming in early 2012: Cities of Gold, the E.I. Sourcebook, so keep checking back to the website!