The Eleventh Doctor Sourcebook is available for pre-order now! All pre-orders come with a complementary PDF.
You can pre-order at our webstore, or a participating Bits and Mortar games store.
You can also grab the PDF version right now at DrivethruRPG.
When Amelia Pond was seven-years old, she had an imaginary friend – the raggedy Doctor who crashed into her garden in his blue box. When she grew up, on the night before her wedding, her imaginary friend came back to take her on the adventure of a lifetime. Travel to Venice, into the heart of a crashed spaceship, visit the White House and Area 51 and journey to the centre of the TARDIS. Save the world, get married, meet the TARDIS in human form and team up with past incarnations to save Gallifrey… but what doom awaits on the Fields of Trenzalore?
This Sourcebook for The Doctor Who Roleplaying Game explores the Eleventh Doctor’s adventures on Earth and beyond. With detailed information on all the allies, enemies, aliens and gadgets that he encounters, as well as examining each of his adventures, the book contains a wealth of material for the Doctor Who Roleplaying Game and is also a fact-packed resource for fans of the show!
Just remember – bow ties are cool.
The Eleventh Doctor Sourcebook is a full colour, hardback, 256 page book, lavishly illustrated with all your favourite characters and scenes from the show.
Written by Morgan Davie, Andrew Kenrick and Rob D Webster.
Thank you for all your support throughout 2015. We're very much looking forward to bringing you a ton of really exciting new games in 2016. In the meantime we hope you have a truly enjoyable festive season, however you chose to celebrate it. We'll defintiely be playing some games, and perhaps having a small festive sherry.
See you on the other side!
With the Doctor Who Roleplaying Game out in stores right now, you'll need some adventures to run for your friends. While we know you could write your own, it's always handy to have some pre-written scenarios on hand for those times when you just want to get playing sooner rather than later.
All of Time and Space Volume 1 is our first collection of scenarios for Doctor Who Roleplaying Game. This 96 page, full colour hardback provides a convenient collection of four high quality Doctor Who scenarios so that you and your players can dive right into the adventure! It is available to pre-order now, and all pre-orders come with a free copy of the PDF version. Or you can grab the PDF on its own.
“I am not a bad man. I am not a hero. And I’m definitely not a president. And no, I’m not an officer. Do you know what I am? I am an idiot, with a box and a screwdriver. Just passing through, helping out, learning. I don’t need an army. I never have, because I’ve got them. Always them.”
All of Time and Space Volume 1 takes the Doctor and his companions to strange new lands and into conflict with even stranger alien foes. From alien artefacts in the Tomb of Cleopatra to ghosts in the tunnels beneath Victorian London, from silver rats and strange plagues in Elizabethan England to a mysterious space station straddling parallel universes, adventure is never far away when you’re the Doctor and his companions!
While we await the arrival of the Tenth Doctor, perhaps you'd like something else to be playing?
You're frightened of Kilgrave? Us too. Come back to the good old days.
And we're off! – our Kickstarter campaign for Cthulhu Tales is now live!
Cthulhu Tales is a brilliant, creepy story telling card game of the Cthulhu Mythos, designed by Francesco Nepitello and Marco Maggi.
Those of you familiar with our other story telling card game, Hobbit Tales, may recognise some of the core mechanic, but the rules for Cthuhu Tales have been considerably developed, giving it a unique Mythos feel.
We're planning a very straightforward Kickstarter campaign. We love a twenty product extravaganza as much as the next gamer, but we also increasingly appreciate nice simple campaigns with a clear goal and a handful of pledge levels. Happily, that's what we felt we needed for Cthulhu Tales.
To get you started the game rulebook is available to download over at the Kickstarter page.
In relating the circumstances which have led to my confinement within this refuge for the demented, I am aware that my present position will create a natural doubt of the authenticity of my narrative.
– The Tomb, by H.P. Lovecraft
The early 20th century. New England, America. Lovecraft country.
Home to university libraries filled with worm-eaten tomes, legend-haunted towns populated with degenerate locals and their rustic superstitions, Cyclopean ruins from long-forgotten aeons, and the disquieting glimpses of things from beyond…
You are the unwilling guests of an antiquated sanatorium, perhaps the infamous Arkham Sanatorium, or maybe the Danvers State Asylum.
Your only hope of escape is to convince the sanatorium authorities, and perhaps yourself, that you do not belong here. And so you begin to explain the sinister series of events that led to your unjust incarceration.
Kuro Tensei is the final part of the Kuro trilogy. We're closing in on its PDF release, so now seems like a good time to share the introduction. We hope you agree it's massively intriguing!
Read the introduction to Kuro Tensei
The Cubicle 7 team is expanding! Sam Manley is joining us full time as a staff artist.
Sam is no stranger to Cubicle 7 titles, having worked on The One Ring Roleplaying Game, Doctor Who Card Game, The Laundry RPG, Cthulhu Britannica London Boxed Set and more. Beyond C7 he's worked for Fantasy Flight Games, Paizo, and many more.
Creative Director, Jon Hodgson:
“Sam is a highly skilled artist, whose work fits very neatly with the Cubicle 7 aesthetic. He's been a reliable and intelligent contributor to many of our games, including The One Ring Roleplaying Game and Doctor Who Card Game, so it's great to be able to bring him fully on board. I'm really looking forward to seeing what we produce together in the coming months!”
CEO, Dominic McDowall:
“At Cubicle 7 we're deeply committed to making some of the best looking games on store shelves. I know that as a gamer I'm hugely inspired by evocative game artwork, so it's important to me that our games look fantastic. It'll be awesome to have someone as talented as Sam bringing his work to the Cubicle 7 games we know and love.”
"I've had the pleasure of working with Cubicle 7 for some time, and it's always been great fun to contribute to their games. I'm very happy to be joining the team, and excited about the artwork I'll be creating."
Here's a look at some of Sam's work with Cubicle 7:
See more behind the cut.
We are delighted to be able to announce The One Ring Bundle of Holding: http://bundleofholding.com/presents/TheOneRing
For a strictly limited time we've teamed up with Bundleofholding.com to bring you an amazing deal on DRM-free, The One Ring PDFs.
There are a couple of ways to get in on the bundle. Firstly, for $14.95 you get the STARTER COLLECTION which comprises: The One Ring Roleplaying Game (usually priced $30) and The Loremaster’s Screen and Lake-town Guide (usually priced $15). That's a great deal!
Secondly, every Bundle of Holding has a threshold price, based on the average amount paid. If you pay over the threshold price you will qualify for the BONUS COLLECTION, which comprises The One Ring core rules, The Loremaster’s Screen and Lake-town Guide, Heart of the Wild, The Darkening of Mirkwood and Rivendell. That's a bundle that would normally cost an additional $66 for an initial threshold price of $29.99!
If the bundle goes well, and we're certain it will, further titles may be added so keep a close eye on the deal. Everyone who has bought in at any time will get any bonus titles.
As another bonus everyone who buys a bundle will get a discount coupon for hard copy One Ring titles at our store.
The final bonus is that a percentage of proceeds will go to Reading is Fundamental, a marvellous charity that helps with child literacy.
The bundle deal will run for just two weeks, so don't delay. Now is the time to jump into The One Ring.
The 22nd of September is International Hobbit Day, and at Cubicle 7 we're celebrating by breaking out our favourite story telling card game - Hobbit Tales!
We'll be sharing our #hobbittales stories all this week, and we'd love you to join in on twitter and Facebook.
Here's our first team member story, from our creative director Jon Hodgson:
"This was a real draw of cards that came up during a demo game at GenCon. I ran with it and started telling the story of The Hobbit. The cards were incredibly fortuitous, and we made it through a (somewhat abridged) version of the whole story of Bilbo and his journey to The Lonely Mountain!"
Have you made any amazing stories playing or using Hobbit Tales? Let us know via social media, and don't forget the hashtag! #hobbittales