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Chaosium was founded by visionary game designer Greg Stafford in 1975. For more than forty years, Chaosium has captivated gamers, readers and mythic adventurers worldwide. Its award-winning roleplaying games, boardgames and fiction have been acclaimed as some of the most engaging and innovative of all time. www.chaosium.com
The Mythic West
ACES HIGH is a mythical, western role-playing game where Davey Crockett exists along side The Man With No Name. The relationship, however, may be an uneasy one.
Violence is an everyday occurrence on the frontier of Civilization. Dust swirls around a crimson sun, reminding every one of their possible success, telling them of their mortality. Settlers make a grab for... [click here for more]
Welcome to New Mexico 1875! Land of Enchantment
Aces High: New Mexico, Dark Days in the Land of Enchantment, is a companion book for Chaosium‘s Aces High BRP supplement. Aces High: New Mexico is split into two sections; the first section is concerned with historical, geographical and societal issues that will allow the Master to explore... [click here for more]
Basic Roleplaying Adventures in the Weird Wild West
Devil’s Gulch is a typical town of the American Old West from 1870 through 1885. It is a collection of buildings set along a single dirt road with side streets where private residences are found. It features saloons, a bank, a general store, and a church. Most buildings are made of wood, though some boast... [click here for more]
2018 ENnie Awards Nominee - BEST ART COVER; BEST MONSTER/ADVERSARYSaddle up! Get yourself a posse together and have a look-see what’s over that hill. There’s strange rumors coming in from the whisperin’ desert. You’d best put a round in that iron and make haste!Down Darker Trails is a new setting... [click here for more]
THE GREAT OLD ONES consists of a set of six scenarios for Call of Cthulhu: “The Spawn’’ is in the Wild West, with Indians, Wobblies, and bad guys; “Still Waters” is an adventure for people who hate to lend books; “Tell Me, Have You Seen the Yellow Sign?" makes a symbolic stop-over in New Orleans; “One In Darkness” features South... [click here for more]