Hi, all! Matt, here. It occurred to me the other day that Michelle and I are doing a lot of convention hopping this spring and summer, and given all that, it might be nice for folks who want to find us and roll some dice together to have a quick-n-easy list of where we’ll be. Hence, […]

I’ve gotten frequent requests for a step-by-step guide to converting creatures of the Unknown from the 2nd Edition Chill rules to the Third Edition. See as how we’re in the middle of a (successful!) Kickstarter for our Monsters book, I figured now would be the appropriate time. I asked folks for suggestions for 2nd Ed creatures to […]

One of the more frequent questions we get about Chill is: Where are the demons? Seeing as how the next book we’re working on is a book of monsters, it’s natural to think about putting demons in there. Doing so, though, opens up a whole mess of questions, and since I have a little time this […]

Tim pulled his shirt up and wiped his face with it. The shirt was black, and the sweat left a shiny smear just under the Batman symbol. His mom would’ve yelled at him if she’s seen it, but they never let parents in during recruitment. Marius sat down against the wall. He was sweating, too. […]

Over here at Growling Door, we’re beginning work on the next Chill supplement, tentative titled Fearsome Beasts. It’s a creature sourcebook in the style of some of the 2nd edition books such as Apparitions and Lycanthropes, in that it’s going to be part in-character document that examines how SAVE views certain types of creatures, part resource for the CM. […]

Lucy reached for the glass of water. Her hand stopped about halfway there. Dammit. She felt her breath catch in her throat, and she tried to breathe deep so that she wouldn’t cry again. She hated it when her son saw her cry. Bam-Bam was in the kitchen making dinner. She still thought of him […]

“No way.” She was the worst kind of parent. Absolutely my least favorite. She wasn’t undereducated or slow or poor or rich; those parents all came with their own challenges, but there was always an approach that tended to work. No, this lady was well-informed, and that was a lot harder to work with. Lots […]