|November 8, 2013 - Missing Carnage doesn't mean we're not gaming! Fresh from the playtesting pits, here's Party Nights, the first published scenario for Crawlspace 13.
October 25, 2013 - Just
in time for your late night Halloween RPG session, we've got Scott
Malthouse's mystery horror scenario for Tunnels & Trolls, Death at Grimwood Hall. It's a romance worthy of Hammer horror, complete with British spelling. Don't shamble into Peakvale without it!
August 21, 2013 - Gen Con rocked! We'll have some blogs up soon, but in short, we had a lot of fun gaming, saw a bunch of old friends, and met lots of cool new people. Qalidar: Resistance and Crawlspace 13 both got a wonderful reception. Now it's time to polish off a few more books and get ready for Carnage.
June 30, 2013 - People
are always telling us how tacky Tom is, which gave him an idea.
Throwing together some playing cards, some classic horror movies,
and some stuff he found under the floorboards, he came up with Tom's Action Card Kit, TACK for short, and built a whole new Crawlspace addition with it. Live the life of a B-movie actor stuck in the genre, a world you never created!
June 1, 2013 - Back from a very successful Dark Gathering. Tom and Robin both have pictures and stories to tell about that. Also, Roy Cram has given us another great Tunnels & Trolls adventure for New Khazan! This time it's a GM adventure full of fun... or... something that sounds like "fun." Whatever! It's called Baloonka: Rescue From the Fungus Planet.
May 1, 2013 - It's Beltane, and Tom is about ready to send TROTT Crawlspace down to the editing pits. On top of that, he's already hacking away at the new improved TROTT version of SPACERS. Christina has shelved the fiction project and, along with some very talented artists, is hard at work making Qalidar: Resistance every bit as awesome as it deserves to be. This Gen Con is going to be the best yet! Check out the Peryton Gamers Events page to keep track of our schedules.
February 18, 2013 - BASHCon was amazing.
already has some
thoughts posted about the evolution of the Ragnarok event.
to follow shortly!
January 26, 2013 - Hey,
web page update! Hopefully things will be easier to find this way than
they were in our old "sea of books" format. If this doesn't turn out to
be any better, we might try to fix it in another five years or so.
October 21, 2012 - Ready
for Halloween? Not yet you aren't! The Hallween
Issue of Elder
Tunnels is here! Buy it now before it's too late!
September 24, 2012 - While
Robin's been hard at work daydreaming about how awesome her stuff is
going to be, Tom got a team together and cranked out a brand new solo
for his New Khazan
T&T setting. Written by the infamous Roy Cram, edited by M.E.
Volmar, and illustrated by Jeff Freels, When
Good Games Go Bad is about as far
from a game gone bad as you can get.
July 27, 2012 - For
Gen Con this year, we've upgraded New
with another round of professional edits, new art, and a bit of layout
tweaking. The print version will be ready in a few days, but you can
pick up the PDF
right now (or, if you already bought it, just check your account to
download the latest version). On top of that, we've re-tooled Qalidar to fit in with the
upcoming line of Qalidar-related products, converted it to the Peryton RPG rules, and
thrown in an introductory adventure to get you started in the Storm.
May 20, 2012 -
Just in time for summer, Peryton Publishing brings you... wait, what? Snow?
Um, I think I've got the wrong press release here. But hey, just in
case it's true, check out this new
adventure for only a buck, compatible with Peryton RPG, Labyrinth Lord,
Basic Fantasy, and Tunnels
& Trolls. Mmm, nice and cool.
May 4, 2012 -
It's here! The Elder
Tunnels Spring 2012
issue is ready! This issue's theme is the world beyond Medieval Europe.
We've got Incans, Arabs, sandal-wearers, and all sorts of other exotic
excellence. Buy it now so we can give the bartender a good tip! (Also,
there's some great stuff in this one.)
March 19, 2012
- New Khazan owners! If
you write up an approved article with scenarios or additions to the 9,000 Worlds, you get to join
the TrollStar Club.
This means you get free PDF copies of The Quest For TrollStar
episodes as they come out. The nefarious Roy Cram is the first member of
this club, thought up today at 1617 EST USA. And don't forget to hack
your way out of Peakvale or you'll never see those
stars again. Hook up with your guide in No Fences to Mend
Came From Beyond the Stars.
February 26, 2012 -
Can your delvers survive Kopfy's Swamp of Doom to reach the Temple of the Hag?
Find out in part one of the series, No Fences to Mend,
written for Tunnels & Trolls 7.5, but easily adaptable to other
versions. Don't talk to the frog.
February 2, 2012 - Happy
Groundhog day! Yeah, we don't care, either. What we do care about is
that we're going to have our own space in the exhibit hall at this
year's Gen Con!
Stay tuned for details on where it'll be, but if you remember to look
for Studio 2,
you'll find us nearby. Also, while we were operating on radio silence,
we, along with a certain delver of trollish extraction,
came out with It Came from Beyond the Stars!,
a Lovecraft-flavored GM adventure for Tunnels & Trolls.
November 26, 2011 -
ancient signal from a world devastated by loose magic and radiation!
Could this be all that remains of the legendary Trollworld?
out in Glow
World, the second scenario in Tom K. Loney's epic Quest for Troll-Star adventure
for the New Khazan
October 17, 2011 - The long-awaited Halloween issue of Elder
Tunnels is here! This abominably capacious
codex is hideously bulging with unholy treasures, including solo
adventures by David R. Crowell and Jeff Freels; GM adventures by Scott
Malthouse, Mike Larsen, and Ken St. Andre; a short story by Neil Riebe;
and two bonus monsters, one with an accompanying piece of flash fiction
by Katje Romanov.
August 20, 2011 -
Back from another Gen Con. Check with Tom
for all the good stuff about that. And, well, you probably won't be
interested in this. I mean, it's hardly worth mentioning, but there is
a new issue of Elder
out now. Don't get excited or anything. It's only bigger than
ever, packed with GM adventures and even a solo. No big deal.
July 7, 2011 -
The guy who did those awesome drawings in Elder
Tunnels and created all
that wonderful stuff of his own (including Bean!)
needs help. Please consider buying lots of stuff from Jeff
Freels or donating to his transplant
fund really soon. Click here
for the whole story.
June 28, 2011 - Another Troll Hoot is
past. As always, Tom
have blathered on way to long about it in their blogs. Gen Con
preparations are underway. Just look for "Peryton Gamers" in the
registration widget to find our events. There's a lot of 'em.
other news, there's a cat on my desk.
May 16, 2011 -
may look quiet here, but that's only because we're too busy cackling
over our own schemes to stick our heads up and say hello. We've got the
"exotic locations" issue of Elder
Tunnels in development for one thing, and a whole line of
books for the Peryton Fantasy RPG
is almost ready to start shambling into the daylight. There have been rumors
of a Troll
Hoot, but our lawyers have advised us not to comment on the
matter at this time.
April 2, 2011 -
Well, we've already sold out of yesterday's Adult Adventures Series, but
hey, to make up for it, we've got a new issue of Elder Tunnels out! This
issue edited by Christine Crabb features genre-bending adventures by
Michael K. Eidson, Tom K. Loney, Brian Penn, and Joe Weinmunson with a
cover by Darryl Nichols and interior art by Jeff Freels, Mike Hartlieb,
and Christopher Rowan.
April 1, 2011 -
This week, Peryton Publishing will be releasing its latest role-playing
innovation, the Adult
RPG scenarios for the Pathfinder RPG and FUDGE rules system for
unadulterated mature entertainment. Authors Ken St. Andre, Tom "Kopf"
Loney, Hugh J. Hefner and Christine "Columbo" Crabb have thrust their
long pens and juicy creative fluids into these tightly
written portals to steamy, titillating
the art of S.Z. Crompton, Marcus DeParamour and Nigel Lowslo, we're
proud to bring you some of the the finest R-rated
and X-rated D&D
scenarios ever designed.
March 11, 2011 -
Another great BASHCon has passed, and of course we blogged about it.
Robin blogged here,
while Tom blogged here,
Also, Tom made some progress in his quest to bring the Good Word of Tunnels & Trolls to
the world, possibly developing a couple of new writers for us, one of
whom is already doing some serious world-buliding.
February 14, 2011
- Happy Commercial Exploitation of Attachment Day! No new products
today, but we do have some new
monsters since the last time we updated here. New creatures
for the Peryton Fantasy
Role-Playing Game appear every friday on Robin's
Blog. We'll be at BASHCon in Toledo
this weekend running Peryton RPG, Tunnels
TAG PowderPunk, TAG Glow, and Call of Cthulhu, so drop by and say hello
if you're in the area. Check out the con, too! It's one of our
January 15, 20 -
Just posted another new
monster for Peryton RPG and a magic
item, and some new information for Loar,
which is now slated for a Gen Con 2011 print release. Oh, and by the
way, the Cloudbusting
scenario for New Khazan,
part one of the Quest
for Trollstar epic, is now available
in PDF for only $1.50!
December 29, 2010 ...and
we're more than halfway out of the dark! Next year
we're going to step up our support for Peryton
RPG, keeping up the freebies
(and eventually coming up with a better archive for them), putting out
low-cost but awesome supplements in PDF, and, believe it or not, we're
finally going to get Loar
out. On top of all that, we're going to launch a whole new
flavor of TAG, and we're
going to put New
Khazan on store shelves. And that's not even
touching our convention plans. Wait till you see what we're
cooking up for Gen Con!
November 21, 2010 -
Back from Carnage 13 and done with a great holiday weekend.
We've got summaries from Tom
on the convention. We've also got the latest SPACERS epic going strong. Check it out on
Infrno.net. Look for some new Peryton
RPG stuff in the near future, and a Freddy
Tampa mystery adventure for WHAP!
14, 2010 - Get
ready for Halloween with four ghoulish Tunnels & Trolls
(three GM adventures and a solo) by a variety of authors and a chilling
introduction by Scott Malthouse of Trollish
Delver fame. That's right, it's time for the 2010 Elder Tunnels
October 10, 2010 -
Happy Binary 42 day! If 101010 isn't exciting enough for you,
another thing you could celebrate is Ken St. Andre's Fragmentary History of Trollworld,
entirely re-written by the Trollgod himself and lavishly illustrated by
David A. Ullery and others.
September 22, 2010 -
Not getting enough pulpy justice in your diet? Try "The Night Devil," a new
free online story by the uncanny John "Myth" Kennedy.
August 25, 2010 -
New Khazan is here! More than elves and trolls in outer space, more
than star warriors casting spells, New Khazan has its own unique flavor
of space fantasy. Find out all about it by
August 12, 2010 -
Back from Gen Con with the full scoop from Tom
Pits of Paneris,
the first of our Three-Dollar Theater line, is now available in PDF
format for Peryton
Soon it'll get its own page, but for now here's the scoop:
Three-Dollar Theater gives you a short story combined with all the
gamer crunch you need to put your players in the same circumstances.
July 10, 2010 -
How do you like your T&T pudding? However you like it, Kopfy's Caverns still has a
whole lot. These T&T adventures from 2006-2007, available in print
for some time, can now be zapped directly to the PC in PDF
form for your tunnel-hacking pleasure. (Note:
any reference to sinking ships was made well before "the scandal."
June 18, 2010 -
Are you ready for a three-way? You know we're talking about three WHAP adventures in one printed
book, right? Right?
in the Wild brings you three scenarios previously only
available in PDF
form: The Silver's Jungle
by Tom K. Loney, The
Black Lotus affair by Mike Larsen, and Cowboys vs. Dinosaurs
by Ken St. Andre. From African jungles to remote snow-capped mountains
to the Old West, this book pits you against rogue apes, takes you
around the world steampunk style, chases you with dinosaurs,
might even give you a chance to foil a vile plot hatched by skulking
June 12, 2010 -
Following hard on the heels of Ken St. Andre's infamous Cowboys
vs. Dinosaurs is the even more infamous* Ogreocre
card game! Get it now in PDF format from DriveThruRPG
or as a full color printed
booklet from Lulu.
above-referenced degrees of infamy may vary depending on your personal
experience. Subjective infamy should not be taken as
of actual notoriety.
June 3, 2010 -
Ken St. Andre's infamous Cowboys
vs. Dinosaurs is here! This adventure, designed to
be played with the TAG WHAP!
rules, was originally run by Ken at the second annual Flying Buffalo
Tunnels & Trolls Convention in Arizona. We've dressed
with some original dino-cowboy art by Mike Hartlieb, edited it, and
formatted it so that you can take
home your own digital copy via the Series of Tubes right away.
May 18, 2010 -
We've got a new
version of Qalidar
out on DriveThru for "old school" systems. I guess it's okay if you
like Qalidar. Take a look. Or not. We might set up a print
eventually, too. Also, the link wasn't working with the picture on this
one, so I got tired of messing with it and gave up. Go find it
yourself. I can't do everything for you people.
May 10, 2010 - The
latest addition to our WHAP! adventure line, Mike Larsen's Black
Lotus Affair, is now available at DriveThruRPG.
And while you're here, check out our revised "shop" page.
May 2, 2010 - Just in time for Zombie
Awareness Month, allow us to present the long-awaited Zombie Zigzag for
TAG's Crawlspace Horror
System. Meaty enough for even the most savage flesh-eater,
supplement contains new zombie-related rules, two adventures, and an
original short story. Get yer braiiinnnssss right here!
April 15, 2010 -
Tomorrow, on FRIDAY, THE 13TH product from Peryton
goes on sale. Though it is not HALLOWEEN,
the horror rules set for TAG is just in time for the slew of SCARY
MOVIEs that mark the Summer. Though humor is prevalent
throughout the work, the GM can still instill NIGHTMAREs
fluttering ON the leaves of the ELMs
along your STREET, while the players can be the HELLRAISERs
that they want to be. TAG's CRAWLSPACE™
will be available at DriveThruRPG.Com
April 16th, 2009, at 5pm EST (GMT-5). Part of our on-going "RPG's For a
April 3, 2010 -
Want to try out the revised Peryton
Fantasy RPG really cheap? Check out our Peryton
Basic PDF over at DriveThruRPG.
It includes everything you need to play character levels 1-3 and
features The Dark Cave,
a short adventure by Tom K. Loney (currently not available anywhere
else) to get you started.
March 19, 2010 -
first Elder Tunnels
collection is here,
just in time for St. Joseph's Day (whatever that
is)! Elder Tunnels is 100% Trollhalla
designed primarily for T&T 7.5, but easily adaptable to other
editions. And TAG Crawlspace is shambling right along. In fact, IT'S
RIGHT BEHIND YOU!
February 27, 2010 -
Elder Tunnellings are getting dangerously close to breaking the
surface, and check out the sneak peak (below) of our upcoming Zombie
Zig cover, painted by Darryl Nichols.
January 26, 2010 -
Troll Hoot! Troll Hoot is coming! Troll hoot is
coming! And there's
January 17, 2010
- Thanks for all your support with the PeryPub
2010 Art Funding Drive. We got 80% of what we were asking
for, which is enough to work with!
January 4, 2010
- To help us start the new year right, allow us to announce
2010 Art Funding Drive. For a mere $40 (US), ten lucky (disclaimer: luck not included)
patrons can help finance the artwork, co-writers, and editors on our
projects. What will this get you? If only we had Vanna White to show
the prize... Oh, and Troll
Hoot 2010 has found a home.
November 23, 2009
got a big new series of projects in development. We're not ready to
reveal all the details yet, but it might rhyme with "Grunnels and
Groles." (Also: WHAP #1 and CrawlSpace are still creepy-crawling
forward. Mike Larsen is giving Rock'n Role-Playing some serious
Hoot 2010 is in the planning stage.)
August 19, 2009
- We're back from Gen Con and so is the new Peryton
Fantasy RPG! Order a copy today, then go read Kopfy's
blog and take a look at some more
Gen Con pictures.
July 14, 2009
- WHAP Deluxe is here!
This is the deluxe
upgraded Wildly Heroic Action Pulp (WHAP) system for Tom's Adventure
Gaming, designed for Western, Steampunk, High Adventure, and other
cliffhanger staples. Built from the Tom's
(TAG) system, it includes all the rules you need to get started
playing. This product also includes "The Wobble Machine," an
introductory adventure that shows you just how far WHAP can take you.
Information on this year's Zombie
Walk is posted now. Click
for the lowdown on the big shamble of 2009.
June 24, 2009 -
Origins is coming! Okay, for some people it's already
started, but we won't be there until this weekend. Look for
shiny new TAG,
T&T, and Peryton RPG events run by Tom &
Robin. We won't have our own booth in the exhibit hall, but
look for our stuff at the Studio
2 booth. That goes for Gen Con as well:
remember Studio 2 → Peryton. Seeya there!
June 4, 2009
- MARCon was a lot of fun, but not very strong on the gaming.
where he whines about his foot and makes a couple of brief references
to the con. In the cool news category, click on the red peryton
over to the right to find out about Peryton the musician and check out
some of his music. Supplies are very limited so order soon!
I know everybody says that, but really, we don't
May 18, 2009 - MARCon is coming up this
weekend and we'll be there to run some world-hopping adventures for True20 and BRP, a Tunnels and Trolls
adventure, and another go at an old Peryton
RPG mainstay, "Escape from the Artificer." More
news on upcoming products after the con.
April 2, 2009
- So no one bought that we were going out of business in two weeks?
Okay, next year will be funnier. Fans of the popular gaming
download store DriveThruRPG
will soon be finding more and more of our products there.
Our first DriveThru release (also soon to be appearing on
game store shelves everywhere) is Qalidar.
Tales is now available for purchase and our Silver's
Jungle and Wobble
Machine PDF's are burning up the modems!
April 1, 2009 -
...Buy now because we're going out of business in two weeks.
Turns out we hate games, and we're not
too sure about this World Wide Interweb thing either.
March 25, 2009 -
Our second Cliffhanger PDF
adventure for the WHAP!
system is here! In The
the player characters are summoned to Bogo, a port city in the western
Belgian Congo, by the governor himself to investigate a series of
murders, believed to have been performed by a rogue silver-back
guerrilla and then resolve the situation. Download
it today for only $4.99!
March 8, 2009 -
is coming soon! For now, though, we have a special PDF treat for you,
our first Cliffhanger
adventure for the WHAP!
system. In The
an introductory scenario for TAG's WHAP! pulp adventure system, heroes
are charged with investigating mysterious raiders who are
stealing artifacts from across time, and capturing the technology they
use to do it. Download
it today for only $1.99!
February 12, 2009 -
And now for the announcement we promised: Troll
Tunnels is now available for Amazon's
You can download the whole book, including all the full-page
illustrations, for $5.59, unless you don't have a Kindle, in which case
it's $364.59. That last part will probably not be mentioned in
future advertisements. Also, if you're a retailer, you can
now order our stuff through Alliance and
other major distributors world-wide. Drop us a line if you're
interested in carrying something that we haven't made available yet and
we'll bump it up in the roster.
4, 2009 - Snowy greetings from Burning River City! Expect
a surprise bit of news from us in the next few days. I can say no more!
December 31, 2008
for a great ride in 2008, and we hope you'll stick with us in 2009
because, like the Doctor's daughter said, we've got "planets to save,
civilizations to rescue, creatures to defeat, and an awful lot of
running to do!" (And maybe a few people
to thank, too.)
December 15, 2008
- Submissions have closed for POW!erful
and we're busy putting the book together. We're not really
intersted in looking at stories for our other upcoming collections just
yet, but we'll be happy to sit on them for a few months and ignore you
until then, if you want to go ahead and send them anyway. Oh,
best of the Thanksgivoween season to you and yours! Qalidar
will stay at its discounted rate until the end of the year, after which
it goes up to $14.99, so get it extra-cheap while you can!
It's getting great reviews
November 10, 2008
#1 has gone into hiding for revision, but you can still download the rules for
$0.99 and the adventures will be back soon. And now, at long last, Qalidar is ready! Pick up this
dark, uniquely stylish fantasy setting for the True20 game now at $11.99 because the price will go up soon!
October 21, 2008 -
The first Christina
Lea episode of Voidfarers
is now available in the "free
novel" section. Qalidar may be pushed back to November
because the cover artist's
computer crashed. He's darn good, though, so really, it'll be worth the
wait. In the meantime, don't forget to take a look at WHAP!,
featuring new writer Michael Larsen (who is big into something he calls
Rock'n Role-Playing), new editor Lad Hannes, and that same old Tom K.
Loney guy you're already tired of.
October 6, 2008 -
Con on the Cob is over, and now... WHAP!
No, that's not you being scolded for spotting the carpet; it's three
new Wildly Heroric Action Pulp
adventures by Tom K. Loney and Mike Larsen, bound into one big 70-page
book with TAG rules and sample characters, and slamming its way into
your mailbox for only $8.99. Get your
copy now before we roll it up and hit you with it! Later this
month, expect the next shot of our free online serial, Voidfarers,
along with the commercial release of Qalidar,
maybe a revised Peryton RPG,
August 29, 2008 - Kind
of coming out of nowhere this month (well October really) is
our new Saga, Wildly
Heroic Action Pulp: WHAP! for TAG.
Our "staff writer," Mike Larsen has been the major push behind the
scenarios you'll be reading, even if he just doesn't talk about it a
whole lot. Really, he just drops about six adventures within six weeks,
and we were looking for some new stuff to present at Con on the Cob.
It's Peryton's turn at our Voidfarers
story. Let's wish her luck... as soon as she's done with Qalidar...
and Peryton RPG... and Loar. Qalidar, at least,
will all polished up with a special limited signed and
numbered edition at Con
on the Cob. Con on the Cob will be the only
place you can buy this early edition. The standard edition will be
available for purchase for everyone else a couple of weeks later. The
sequel to Troll
Tunnels already has submissions,
and POW!erful Tales
is filling up as fast as MC Lea can sort through the submissions.
August 9, 2008 - Between
Buffalo Con and the upcoming
GenCon this month, things have been a little tight here, but at last
second chapter of Voidfarers
is ready for viewing! Speaking of
fiction, we need submissions
for fiction! Some
of us are already working on the sequel to Troll
Trouble, we're thinking of calling it. Robin is
busy plugging away at her Peryton
RPG revision and Qalidar,
while Tom, aka Kopfy, aka the Laggy, is mostly just keeping
up with the scenarios he's lined up for the conventions. Fear not he's
still getting things done!
Also, TAG has been getting a lot of interest these days, so here are
some spiffy character
for SPACERS and RuinCrawl. There's even one for the WHAP! play-test
sessions we've been having. It's taken us three years, but hey, you
know, we were, like, busy or something.
July 1, 2008 - We've
got two long-promised Peryton
creations ready to poke their horns
into the light this Autumn, and one brand new one. First is Loar:
Lair of the Minotaur, a mid-level
adventure for the Peryton
Fantasy RolePlaying Game. Also ready to thaw out from a long
hibernation is Qalidar,
Lost City of the Perytons. Qalidar will be our
first product under Green Ronin's True20
license. Finally, we're putting together a revised and
edition of Peryton RPG. Don't worry - this version and all its
supplements will be fully compatible with the current one because it
is, in fact, the same game. It's just rearranged to help make it even
more improvisation-friendly and to add some new goodies. All three
products are due for release this October, although Loar and the PRPG
revision may sneak out earlier. Oh, and Troll Tunnels just keeps on
June 18, 2008 -
Voidfarers, Chapter 1
posted! This chapter introduces the heroes (readers of Troll Tunnels will already
know Sash the Green) and future supplements will come around the 15th
of every month. And hey, it's the convention season! We hope to see you
Origins, the Flying Buffalo Convention, GenCon, and our
favorite, Con on the Cob,
May 31, 2008
- This month, we're rekindling Sash the Green's (of Troll
Tunnel fame) first appearance with the on-line release of the
novel in monthly installments. The story has been totally revamped and
written by Michael Eidson, Christina Lea,
and Tom K. Loney. We're starting with a short prologue right
now, to be followed on June 20th by the first full chapter.
May 2, 2008 - Troll
is here! For only $9.99, you can own this solid collection of sword and
sorcery tales by Michael K. Eidson, Christina Lea, Michael Lea, Tom K.
Loney, James L. Shipman, and Ken
St. Andre. In addition to its 166 pages of fantastic
prose, Troll Tunnels
also features a painted cover by Simon Lee Tranter and interior art by
Régis Moulun, Mike Hartlieb, and Diego Gisbert Llorens. As
Trollgod himself (Ken St. Andre) says, "you should buy a copy"!
April 1, 2008
- The Troll Hoot
almost here, and with it, the next revolution in gaming! Tired of
cumbersome rules and dice getting in the way of your role-playing?
Disgusted with game designers deciding what your character can or can't
do? Are you ready to set your imagination free? Then maybe you're ready
for Stare at the Wall! Also,
you could scroll down to the saga section and check out Stone's Edge for wild Ice Age
fun with TAG.
March 16, 2008 - In
honor of St. Patty (that's our story and we're stickin' to it) the
complete TAG sci-fi (FreeFall)
rules are now available for only 99
cents! This is in addition to the RuinCrawl
rules released earlier this month. These downloads
provide the all the rules without the adventures.
Perfect if you just want to run your own campaign
with TAG or try out the system for less than a dollar! Go to the TAG page for more information. And
lest we forget, our Troll
Hoot and the short collection, Troll Tunnels,
are coming in April!
March 3, 2008 - Alas,
poor Caesar, we have not
forgotten thee! For as you lie awaiting the Ides of March, we shall
give unto you what is yours and make available special PDF's of the TAG
rules systems. As of today, you can get yourself a copy of the complete
(RuinCrawl) rules for only 99
Also coming this month will be the Spacer rules. These downloads
provide the all the rules without the adventures.
Perfect if you just want to run your own campaign
with TAG or try out the system for less than a dollar! Friends, GM's
and citizens, cry havok and let loose the dogs of war with TAG! Click here to buy
the RuinCrawl rules or go to the TAG
page for more information. And lest we forget, our Troll Hoot and the
short collection, Troll Tunnels,
are coming in April!
January 7, 2008 - Not
only is there a brand new Troll
on the horizon (early April) with some great events and a spiffy
poster, but we're
going to have some special stuff ready to show off when we get there.
This includes the long-delayed Loar:
Lair of the Minotaur
module for Peryton RPG (with the infamous owlbear dilemma that
we so love to spring on unsuspecting convention players) and possibly
even the Troll Tunnels
short story collection!
December 31, 2007 - On
the edge of a new year, we just wanted to share a few
words borrowed from the Doctor. "It's all waiting out
there. Everything's brand new to me: all those planets, creatures, and
horizons. I haven't seen them yet - not with these eyes. And it is
gonna be fantastic."
December 9, 2007 - With the
New Year fast approaching,
like to thank Si, Ziggy, Armbruster, Monk, Pneumonica, Regis, Diego,
Mandy B., Caed, DCRaygun, de Castro, and MCLEA (with a special tip of
the non-existent hat to Stony for helping out with certain secret
projects) for all their help in
making Peryton Publishing a quality joint - online, in print, and in
person. And we'd like to thank all of the new customers and
contributors that are helping to make 2008 look like a fairly fun and
successful year. Just in time for Christmas, Kopfy's Caverns
is here! The second annual Troll
Hoot is in the
is on its way, with great art accompanying our humble TAG rules. The Peryton RPG is
gathering material for a serious release of some scenarios. Last but
not least, our fiction release Troll
Tunnels is well underway.
November 16, 2007 - Back from Con
on the Cob, but we'll be traveling again soon for
Thanksgiving, then putting stuff together for Troll
This means we are interested in submissions if you've got a sword
sorcery tale you'd like to share. Check the "contact" page for
information on rates.
October 23, 2007 -
It's not ready for sale yet (we're sill playtesting) but Simon
Tranter's cover for the upcoming POW! (Powers Out
World) game so totally rocks that we've got to show it to you anyway.
We'll be playtesting "What Price Liberty" at Con on the Cob this year
so stop by and see us if you'd like a closer look. Like all TAG
adventures, this one will include all the rules you need to run not
only the adventure itself, but a full campaign of your own.
We're running three events at Con
on the Cob
this year: Powers Out of this World (the aforementioned TAG
superhero game), The Dark
Cave (Peryton RPG), and Return to Sihlt-Awash (TAG fantasy).
October 17, 2007 -
Curious about the
Peryton RPG but not sure you want to buy the whole
book? Now you can get an abridged but fully functional edition,
complete with sample adventure, all the new classes, and the full
details on knacks, magic item creation, and the Peryton advancement
system, for less than a dollar. You can get to Peryton Lite from the
Peryton RPG page or by
September 4, 2007 -
Having braved the fires of Gen Con and been re-forged, our latest
FreeFall adventure, Rocket-Men vs the Saucers II:
The Straits of Sub-Light, is now being
distributed to the masses for a mere $7.99. Like all TAG
adventures, Straits of
Sublight has all the rules you need to play right in the
book, so call your friends, get out your rayguns, and see if you can
save the Icarus X-1 before it disappears from our universe forever!
August 25, 2007 - Back from Gen
Con. Read Kopfy's
for more on that adventure. Soon we'll be releasing the commercial
version of the FreeFall, Rocket-Men vs the Saucers II: The Straits of
Sublight. Also, due to better-than-expected sales, we're lowering the
price of Imp Hollow and
future publications of the same size to $7.99!
August 07, 2007 -
We've just put together a special treat for a lucky few among those of
you who find us at Gen Con (Indy) this year - a slick printed version
of Rocket-Men vs the Saucers II: The
Straits of Sublight
with a cover by Simon Lee Tranter and interior art by Régis
Moulun! Sure, the regular edition will be for sale here later, but
you'll only have one chance to snag one that says "Gen Con 07" on it.
Unless you write it on there yourself, of course. But that's just
tacky. We're signed up to run five events at Gen
July 29, 2007 -
Today's news should be fairly obvious: NEW WEB PAGE! Pop by the forum
and let us know what you think.
July 24, 2007
- It's here! Our first TAG adventure, Imp Hollow, is ready to buy.
Click it in the "On Sale Now" column or just click
right here to find
out more about this fantastic new supplement featuring art by John
Armbruster, Diego Gisbert Llorens, Andy Hopp, Régis Moulun,
2007 - Coming veeerrry soon: our first TAG adventure, Imp Hollow.
This scenario will also contain all the rules you need to
it, so the Hollow will be a complete game session between two covers
(players not included). And just so you know we're serious, here's the
cover, courtesy of Diego
June 23, 2007 -
Something about Free RPG Day. Forgot to copy the original
post before updating last time. Oops.
June 4, 2007 - The
forum is back online. Thanks to Pair
Networks for responding so quickly (on the weekend even) and
being ready for this kind of thing in advance.
June 2, 2007 - Yes,
the forum is down for right now, but it will be back. We're
working on it.
April 2, 2007 -
We're back from the Troll
Hoot, which was... well... a hoot. All the good dirt can be
found at Kopfy's Kreche (linked in the "Never Click Here" box, below).
March 31, 2007 -
Laggy's Adventure Gaming (LAG) is now Tom's Adventure Gaming (TAG). For
information, see the forums. Development has begun on Isun,
the next World of Elder supplement. More news may be forthcoming after
we get back from the Troll
February 20, 2007 -
We're through with MegaCon, Athebes is still looking good, and
everything is on track to make this an eventful spring and summer.
There's even a facelift for the home page coming up. Keep your eye on
this space and the forum for more news.
January 4, 2007 -
Happy New Year! 2007 is going to be the Year of the Peryton! This is
not as horrible as it may sound. We've got a new string of freebies
rolling out starting this week, we've got Athebes
streaking through final draft phase, and there are minotaurs and
spacemen peering over the horizon. Sure, a few unfortunates may be
gored and eaten by malevolent flying beasties, but they probably had it
December 8, 2006 -
Thanks to Mister Simon Lee Tranter, Athebes has a cover! Scroll down a
bit and take a peek. And if you like that, you'll love what's inside!
We're looking at a release date around January 15 for the book.
November 5, 2006 -
We're back from Con on the Cob which, by the way, totally rocked!
Thanks to Kali Z. and Rob B. who helped us playtest Ruin
Quest. We also met some great new artists
and played some cool games, and now we're ready to get back to work.
Look for a free PDF supplement to Peryton
RPG within a week or so, and Athebes
sometime this winter.
October 19, 2006 - Con
on the Cob is coming! Don't forget to look for us there.
We'll be running two LAG adventures and a Tunnels & Trolls
has been postponed a bit, but it should still be ready by mid-winter.
August 20, 2006 - Gen
Con is over and we're getting ready for Con
on the Cob with two LAG adventures and a Tunnels &
Trolls session. Peryton
Fantasy RPG is now available online and we're putting the
final touches on the Athebes
setting for this fall.
August 1, 2006 - The
Peryton RPG is ready
to order now! Also, don't forget to check out our new Rocketmen
vs the Saucers teaser in Upcoming Events and Ruin
Quest in the Developing Projects box.
July 27, 2006 - It's
on its way! If all goes according to plan, the Peryton RPG will be
ready to order by the middle of next week! And don't forget to check
Quest in the Developing Projects box.
May 14, 2006 - We've
rearranged the front page a bit to give you more information on
Athebes, the Primal Land, a new setting we're planning to put out in
October, so scroll on down and check it out.
April 22, 2006 -
Scroll down for a bit of a treat. That's not quite what the final
layout will look like, but it does give you an early glimpse of Janeen
Satone's fantastic cover art. The Peryton RPG, as previously stated,
should be ready for release this August at the very latest.
March 22, 2006 -
Everything but the gloss is done on the Peryton RPG. Also, keep
checking back for updates on our convention events. If all goes
according to plan, we'll be running introductory adventures for both
Peryton RPG and L.A.G. at Gen Con Indy 2006.
December 19, 2005 -
Okay, so we paused a bit to play with something new: we have our very
now! Stop in and say hi. Or else. Now I guess we'd better get back to
putting out some actual products, eh? In other news, Laggy's
Adventure Gaming system (L.A.G.) is back on the development
roster, and the Peryton
RPG is almost ready.
October 22, 2005 -
Work on the RPG project has really picked up. We're almost ready to
give you a taste. In the meantime, we've at least added a bit of
peryton lore for the curious. Scroll down to learn more about these
September 13, 2005 -
For one thing, you might have noticed the new entry in the "Upcoming
Events" box over to the left. Second, playtesting on the Peryton RPG
has revealed a few rules that need to be tweaked, and of course we're
still hard at work turning all these notes into something that makes
sense and looks pretty.
August 23rd, 2005 -
We're back from Gen Con and we've still got tentacles on the brain. Met
some great people and played a lot of games. Now it's back to work,
slaving over a hot... okay, room temperature keyboard and getting our
own game back on track. As you can see, we at least managed to make a
few more changes to the web page and more are coming!
August 15th, 2005 -
We're off to Gen Con in a couple of days, so you won't be hearing any
news about the Peryton RPG or any of our other projects until next
week. Seeya in Indianapolis!
August 5th, 2005 -
Okay, so the False Starts announcement was a bit
of a false start itself. That project will probably take a different
form, somewhat later. The main reason is that the Peryton RPG is really
coming along and we're focusing all our energy on that, for now.
July 30th, 2005 - The
playtest of Peryton RPG is going well, but we're not just sitting back
and watching. Soon we'll be accepting submissions for False
Starts, a fiction magazine with a theme you've never seen
before, one that's probably a bad idea, even. Guidelines will be
released in a week or so and then you'll see what we mean.
July 21st, 2005 - The
playtest edition of the Peryton Role-Playing Game™
is back from the printer and going out to several hives of scum and
villainy as we speak. This game features enough core mechanics from the
world's most popular role-playing game to make it easily compatible
with their supplements, but has been streamlined to create a faster,
more exciting tabletop experience with less bookkeeping and prep time.
July 16th, 2005 -
Welcome back to Peryton Publishing. We got kinda sleepy for a while, but now we're
back with some new tricks and some new projects. Okay, so we still
haven't gone any farther with Voidfarers or Ziggurat
Builders but hey, they're not hurting anybody. Expect more
printed publications. Expect to hear about a whole new take on
Lovecraftian gaming and about the best d20 variant rules you've ever