Author Archives: growlingdoorgames

Shutting Down

It is with great sadness that we announce that we are shutting down Growling Door Games, Inc. Matt will be addressing the specific reasons for the shutdown sometime soon. The Undead Kickstarter will be fulfilled as agreed; books are on their way to the fulfillment house and they’ll be shipped out from there. I’ll post […]

Daedalus: A Recap

Hi, Michelle here! This is cross-posted to my blog. So there’s a game I’ve been working on (or rather, it’s been simmering on the back burner) for *mumble* years now. It’s a cyberpunk game called Daedalus. You see, I wrote a setting way back in the 2000s for a company called Guardians of Order, which […]

Ennie Voting – Please Vote!

Greetings! The Ennie Awards are upon us once again, and once again, Chill has a nomination (we were nominated a couple of years ago in Best Free Product for the Chill Quickstart, Good Fences Make Good Neighbors). This year, Monsters is nominated for Best Writing. Obviously I’m very proud to have been nominated, especially in writing. I wrote Monsters […]

Unredeemable Undead

Today’s guest post comes from Morgan A. McLaughlin McFarland. She has worked on all of the Chill 3rd Edition projects as a writer and/or editor. When not writing (for publishers like Growling Door and Onyx Path or poetry nobody will publish) and editing (mostly genre fiction), she lives with one husband, two domestic cats, and […]

Guided Character Creation

Today’s guest post once again comes from Jonathan McFarland. He’s contributed to all of the Chill 3rd Edition products in one way or another. Jonathan spends his days as a police detective investigating crime and his nights designing and writing for roleplaying game publishers like Onyx Path and Growling Door. He used to believe in ghosts and still […]

The Interview Skill

Today’s guest post comes from Jonathan McFarland. He’s contributed to all of the Chill 3rd Edition products in one way or another. Jonathan spends his days as a police detective investigating crime and his nights designing and writing for roleplaying game publishers like Onyx Path and Growling Door. He used to believe in ghosts and still […]

The Hungry Ghosts Festival

Our post today once again comes from Joyce Chng. Her fiction has appeared in The Apex Book of World SF II, We See A Different Frontier, Cranky Ladies of History, and Accessing The Future. Joyce co-edited THE SEA IS OURS: Tales of Steampunk Southeast Asia with Jaymee Goh. Her RPG experience started with Demon: The Descent (Onyx Path). She also writes about werewolves in […]