Very few game companies love their holidays like Wyrd Games does. Any time one comes around, you can bet that they'll have something special going on. This time around, it's Valentine's Day and they've got a new Scheme for Malifaux as well as an Augment for Through the Breach. Add a bit of love to your games today.
Through the Breach
Honestly, if there's one company in the gaming world that knows how to celebrate Halloween, it's Wyrd. The world of Malifaux is a perfect place where it's Halloween every day, and so they're definitely doing things for the season. Wyrd's posted up their October newsletter, giving you a look at all the special things they've got going on, as well as the new releases they're coming out with. Have yourselves a look.
One-shot adventures are great to insert into your overall RPG campaign to add some zest or spice to the game. Or, you can just get a group of friends together and throw a game night and not worry about a bigger campaign. Either way, they're very handy for GMs to have on hand. And for those playing Through the Breach, a new Penny Dreadful One-Shot is ready for you. It's called Bubbling Up From Below, and you can get a look at it in this preview from Wyrd.
There's a pair of new Through the Breach books available for those who want to head into the world of Malifaux. The first is Above the Law, which is a full detailed account of the Guild of Mercantilers. Then there's a new Penny Dreadful adventure called Northern Sedition, a part of the Northern Aggression adventure path.
Soon I discovered that this whole "rock" thing was true. Jerry Lee Lewis was the devil. Jesus was an architect, previous to his career as a prophet. All of a sudden, I found myself in love with the world, so the only thing I could do was ding-a-ding-dang my dang-along ling-long. *engine revs*
The Badlands Invitational is a race through the badlands in Malifaux. And it's into this race that you'll go in a new Penny Dreadful adventure for Through the Breach from Wyrd. A Guild Contract is on the line for the winner. Make sure your chosen racer gets across that line first.
I'm not saying there's anything wrong with it. It's just, what did that initial art request look like? I'd kinda like to see that.
Anyway, Wyrd finishes up their look at the Undying encounter box with a look at the Wanyudo.
My Poppa said, "son don't let the man get you and do what he done to me."
Ok, my dad never actually said that. But I can't read "Into the Bayou" without thinking of some CCR.
Well, whether you go running through the jungle when playing Through the Breach, or just sit on your back porch, you can get your copy of the pdf version of Into the Bayou now.