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  • Bump in the Night is now for sale!

    Bump in the Night is now available!

    This short adventure for Eclipse Phase takes the characters to the Venusian aerostat of Parvarti. While Parvarti is well known as a place of lust and pleasure, what they encounter involves little of that!

    Bump in the Night can be played using the Sample Characters from the Eclipse Phase core rulebook or Sunward, and is $5 including files in both portrait and landscape alignment.

  • Did You Hear That...?

    Bump in the Night, a short adventure for Eclipse Phase, will be available electronically (PDF) on Wednesday, September 22nd. This romp takes the characters to the Venusian aerostat of Parvarti. While Parvarti is well known as a place of lust and pleasure, what they encounter involves little of that!


    Bump in the Night can be played using the Sample Characters from the Eclipse Phase core rulebook or Sunward, and will be $5 on DriveThruRPG.com, including files in both portrait and landscape alignment.

  • PAX Events

    We're ten days out from the start of PAX Prime in Seattle and I figured I'd drop a little info for those who are attending. We will be with Sandstorm at the following location:

    Room Number:
    212 (2nd floor by escalators)


    Address:
    Washington State Convention&Trade Center


          800
    Convention Place


          Seattle,
    WA 98101

    Floor plan can be found here

  • Gen Con 2010 Report

    "What the hell just happened here?" — Brian Cross.

    Gen Con 2010 has come and gone, leaving us thrilled, overwhelmed, and exhausted.

    The reception for Eclipse Phase at the con was exceptionally positive. To our own amazement, the Eclipse Phase Core Rulebook walked away with three ENnie Awards. We received a Gold for Best Writing, a sound testament to the great work and ideas put in by our talented authors (Jack Graham, John Snead, Rob Boyle, Brian Cross, Davidson Cole, Lars Blumenstein, and Tobias Wolter). We also received Silvers for Best Cover Art (thank you Stephan Martiniere!) and Product of the Year. Considering that we were beaten by Pathfinder -- an unstoppable behemoth given its large fan base -- in both of those categories, we consider both of those to be absolute victories.

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