The 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.
Under the Jonstown Compendium community content license, fans of Greg Stafford's world of Glorantha can sell and share their own material on DriveThruRPG. If that appeals, check out the Jonstown Compendium Guidelines and start creating! Meanwhile, here are the most recent titles from community creators:The Company of the DragonAndrew Montgomery ($29.95, 270 page PDF)In the shadow of the Quivini, at the dawn of the Hero Wars, a young Seven Mothers convert began collecting stories of rebel warbands hiding in the wilds of occupied Sartar. Among these accounts were repeated stories of one particular warband... clanless, tribeless, bound to a draconic spirit of immense [...]
The Miskatonic Repository is not just scenarios – over on DriveThruRPG you will find independently created player resources, maps, and handouts to enhance your Call of Cthulhu gaming sessions. Of late, there's been a profusion of wonderful gaming aids from our community creators. Check them out!:The Haunting Handout PackIvo Eduardo Zanin (Pay-What-You-Want, rec. price $3.00, Zip file)Handouts for 'The Haunting' scenario found in the Call of Cthulhu Quickstart rules.Art of Egypt- Masks of NyarlathotepAnna Zadrożna ($2.50, 25 page PDF)This is a set of 24 graphics to be used in the Masks of Nyarlathotep campaign - Egypt Chapter.Art of England - Masks of [...]
When Pendragon goes WEIRD... in the latest of our 'Chaosium Interviews' David Larkins talks to James Coquillat about some of the stranger sessions of the King Arthur Pendragon RPG he has run in the past...
Unnatural Selections #43: more high praise for our community content in the Jonstown Compendium and Miskatonic Repository
While we're of course pleased to see our official releases receiving postive reviews, it's positively delightful to see releases by independent creators in our community content programs at DriveThruRPG getting critical acclaim too! For example, RPG historian Shannon Appelcline – who knows a thing or two about RPGs – says Andrew Logan Montgomery's Jonstown Compendium release Six Seasons in Sartar is "One of the best RuneQuest adventures ever." How's that for high praise? Shannon's whole review is worth reading, and a testament to the quality of our community content programs:And Andrew's recently-released sequel to Six Seasons in Sartar, The Company of Dragon, has racked up similar high [...]
A Time to Harvest is coming soon for Call of Cthulhu! Creative director Mike Mason talks with James Coquillat about it. Part of our 'Chaosium Interviews' series on YouTube.
By Jason Durall, RuneQuest creative directorThe Starter Set for RuneQuest: Roleplaying in Glorantha is coming! Between now and its release later this year, RuneQuest creative director Jason Durall's Design Diary will share insights about the development of this exciting new boxed set which will introduce the RuneQuest RPG and Greg Stafford's mythic world of Glorantha to all-new audiences.Diary #1: What to expect in the RQ Starter SetDiary #2: Cover Art reveal, and what's inside the boxDiary #3: The new adventurersDiary #4: More about the new adventurersDiary #5: Welcome to Jonstown, setting for the Starter Set (guest post by Jeff Richard)This the second in [...]