At least where I live, that being an inland bit of North America. We finally have sunny days, songbirds, flowers, and all that good stuff. It looks, sounds, and smells like spring – heck, like summer. But that doesn't mean we can take a break (even if we're sorely tempted!).
Collections of forms and record sheets for RPGs aren't to every gamer's taste. "Isn't that what paper is for?" But this might change your mind! It's a notebook with space for a dungeon map, a structured adventure overview, individual room maps and descriptions, wandering monster tables, and monster and trap records – in short, everything you need to keep all your notes organized and in one place as you design and then run a dungeon adventure. The price is right, so you might want one for each dungeon, or even for each level of a big dungeon.
Dungeon Fantasy Monsters (May 21, 2020; Softcover)
By popular demand, we've made the bestiary from the Dungeon Fantasy Roleplaying Game available on its own via print on demand. Like Dungeon Fantasy Adventurers and Dungeon Fantasy Spells before it, this is not a standalone game. But if, say, you're deeply invested in GURPS Dungeon Fantasy and want just the monsters from the DFRPG box . . . well, here you go!
Most everything mentioned in the last couple of roundups remains in various queues, so these hints are largely reruns. As ever, they're sneak peeks at works very much in progress, subject to all manner of changes and shake-ups . . . especially with the world turned upside down by pandemic. Thus, I can drop names but not promise a publication order, much less specific dates. Thank you for your understanding!
One further project is past the first-draft stage but on hold, while three others are in the process of being written. The landscape is in constant flux. To keep tabs on this, check out the GURPS thread in my blog, updated Fridays.
I continue to beg would-be writers for patience. We're barely keeping up with what we have! Please focus on making sure your eventual proposals are perfect. Study our Submission Guidelines, the GURPS formatting guide, and the GURPS WYSIWYG template. Then take a look at the Warehouse 23 Digital Wish List (updated May 4, 2020) and Warehouse 23 Wish List for GURPS (updated May 4, 2020) to discover our current needs; for the time being, we're sticking strictly to those lists. Thanks!