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  • The Return to Planet Apocalypse by Sandy Petersen on Kickstarter Now

The Return to Planet Apocalypse by Sandy Petersen on Kickstarter Now

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The Return to Planet Apocalypse ... Hell Doesn't Give Up!

Game Information

Players
1 - 5

Kickstarter Information

Base Pledge
$19.00
Start Date
September 29, 2020
End Date
October 05, 2020
There Will Be Games

Hell Doesn't Give Up!

You can now back Return to Planet Apocalypse, the board game with NEW EXPANSIONS, and Planet Apocalypse the 5e sourcebook for D&D – with TONS of content to bring the apocalypse to your fantasy world, plus new adventures, monsters and more.

Sandy Petersen returns to apocalyptic horror with a game Shut up and Sit Down describes as “[having] cemented Sandy Petersen as the king of games where you roll dice and things die.”

Planet Apocalypse is an exciting co-operative game for 1-5 players. You are post-apocalypse heroes confronting the hordes of hell! Every game is different, and every game is tense, as you battle demons from the circles of hell, and in the end strive to take down their demon lord! Send Hell back whence it came!

Planet Apocalypse was designed by Sandy Petersen, one of the best-known designers in horror gaming. In the early eighties he wrote the Call of Cthulhu role-playing game for Chaosium. In the nineties, he was a key designer for the ground-breaking video games Doom, Doom 2, and Quake. And in 2015, he released Cthulhu Wars. Now he returns to the topic of apocalyptic horror with a game Shut Up and Sit Down described as "[having] cemented Sandy Petersen as the king of games where you roll dice and things die."

This Kickstarter offers two separate tabletop experiences:

The board game (core game reprint) with new expansions. 

A 325+ role-playing book for 5th edition D&D with TONS of content to bring the apocalypse to your fantasy world, plus new adventures, monsters and more.


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hotseatgames's Avatar
hotseatgames replied the topic: #314670 30 Sep 2020 10:38
I have heard that this game is actually good and fun. The price tag is such that I will not find out for myself.
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grahamhawaii replied the topic: #314676 30 Sep 2020 12:21
Agreed that this is a high quality hobby style game with massive figures and a price tag to match! Thanks for your comment!
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ubarose replied the topic: #314677 30 Sep 2020 12:34
Have to wait until it is safe to go to game group and cons again to try out some of these more expensive games. Shame none of the reviewers here ever reviewed the base game.
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ChristopherMD replied the topic: #314684 30 Sep 2020 13:50

role-playing book for 5th edition D&D


I thought people using the 5E OGL ruleset weren't allowed to mention D&D. Like you can say "compatible with the latest edition of the world's oldest roleplaying game" or something. I could be wrong as its been a while since I looked at the OGL.
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grahamhawaii replied the topic: #314734 01 Oct 2020 16:23
Ya we triple checked with our IP attorney, who says you absolutely can use the expression D&D if you are describing that you're game is compatible with its ruleset. That's the most straightforward way to say what you are. You can't claim to "be" D&D, which we don't, and which we aren't. Thanks for checking!
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jason10mm replied the topic: #314805 03 Oct 2020 16:12
So what is copywrited? "D&D" or "DnD"? It is written with the ampersand but I see DnD used far more often to refer to the game. I see D&D used a lot for law firms, plumbing services, etc. Even the Game of Thrones guys used that shorthand (maybe not officially though).