We are proud to announce that Glorantha has returned home to Chaosium.com. And specifically, our store has moved over there. Browse our product catalogs for Glorantha store, HeroQuest store, and RuneQuest Store. Glorantha.com will still remain and focus on all things Gloranthan.
In this episode of ToMA, MOB and Jeff go through what you can expect to find in each of the core books in the forthcoming RuneQuest!
MOB’s guest Ian Cooper talks about his new HeroQuest Glorantha supplement The Coming Storm – currently available as a prerelease PDF, hardcover version coming soon!
With 18 months or so under his belt since coming on board at Chaosium, President Rick Meints sits down with MOB to discuss all the cool stuff currently underway…
MOB talks Call of Cthulhu with Mike Mason, Chaosium’s line editor for what GeekandSundry.com describes as “unequivocally the greatest role-playing game ever written”
MOB chats with Jeff about current developments in the new edition of RuneQuest!
MOB talks with illustrator Steve Santiago, creator of the extraordinarily striking cover image for the Chaosium anthology Cassilda’s Song. A life long fan of horror, science fiction and fantasy, Steve uses mixed media and photo manipulation in his art to incredible effect. You can see more of Steve’s work at his artist website: www.illustrator-steve.com/ Cassilda’s Song has been nominated […]
MOB talks to Joe Pulver, editor of the Chaosium anthology Cassilda’s Song: Tales Inspired by Robert W. Chambers King in Yellow Mythos, in contention for two World Fantasy Awards later this month (“Best Anthology” and “Best Short Story” for ‘The Neurastheniac’ by Selena Chambers). Cassilda’s Song has been described as “featuring a who’s who of […]
MOB chats with Selena Chambers, author of the 2016 World Fantasy Award nominated short story ‘The Neurastheniac’, found in the Chaosium anthology Cassilda’s Song: Tales Inspired by Robert W. Chambers King in Yellow Mythos, itself in WFA contention for Best Anthology later this month. Laird Barron (in his Feb 2016 review of Cassilda’s Song in Locus) […]