Now Available: Don’t Open the Gates!

Now available in PDF via DriveThruRPG: Don’t Open the Gates!, a Storypath Tasty Bit for They Came from Beyond the Grave!

Banshee Hill Cemetery seals away the world’s most extensive collection of cursed treasures, vile evils, and restless dead. Despite the isolation of the cemetery, it still inters ordinary dead. Legends speak of vengeful dead rising from their graves, greedy graverobbers ravaged by giant rats, seductive vampires stalking among crumbling mausoleums, and the infamous banshee: Begonia Kavanaugh herself. 

Don’t Open the Gates! provides a map of a graveyard suitable for VTT play, as well as sets, encounters, story hooks, and monsters for Directors to build an adventure around; it requires a copy of They Came from Beyond the Grave! to play.

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Crowdfunding Update

The Trinity Continuum Player’s Guide Crowdfunding on BackerKit wrapped up last week! We closed at $43,918, or 293% of the original $15,000 goal, thanks to our 938 backers!

We hit the following Achievements:

  • TCPG backer T-shirt
  • Tools of the Trade PDF x4: gear and equipment, The Art of Crafts, Gear and Gadgets, Advanced Gifts
  • Trinity Continuum Player’s Guide desktop wallpaper
  • Trinity Continuum Player’s Guide mobile wallpaper
  • Trinity Continuum Player’s Guide VTT tokens

Coming next: They Came From… ?

Did you miss one of our previous campaigns? The following crowdfunded products are still open for preorders via BackerKit:

Community Spotlight

The following community-created content for Scarred Lands has been added to the Slarecian Vault in the last week:

The following community-created content for Realms of Pugmire has been added to Canis Minor in the last week:

The following community-created content for Storypath has been added to the Storypath Nexus in the last week:




One response to “Now Available: Don’t Open the Gates!”

  1. Tom Murr Avatar
    Tom Murr

    Bought, read, enjoyed it!
    It gives some strong ideas to work with and enough room for your own horrible things to take place.
    A strong recommendation!