Just a quick note to say that Tribes and Armies is finally going to see the light of day. Accordingly, we’ve updated the product page, and you can read more about the particulars there.
This book has been in the pipeline since November of 2016, but now it’s done, done, done. After all this time I can’t be happier to get it out there.
Per usual, Tribes and Armies will be available electronically at DriveThruRPG.
Now that we’ve completed the website move, I can refocus attention on the release of Tribes and Armies.
Currently, I’m projecting a release sometime in
October early November. The Tribes half of the book is already through layout, while the Armies portion is written and only awaiting example battle diagrams. Once these are satisfactorily completed, I’ll be able to pin down an exact release date.
Ilū ayyūtumma ša tapallaḫu liballiṭūka.
Over the next week, we’ll be transferring hosting to WordPress.
Bear with us.
Twenty-Five Personalities of the Kingdom of Babylon is now available at DriveThruRPG.
On May 3rd, 2017 Šukāmu Press will release a compilation of non-player characters for Babylon On Which Fame and Jubilation Are Bestowed. You can read more about it here.
Šukāmu Press has added a new pay-what-you-want product over at DriveThruRPG — a higher-resolution version of the map on page three of the core rulebook.
Get it here!
Over on Tumblr, we’ve got an update on the status of the next supplement for Babylon On Which Fame and Jubilation Are Bestowed — Tribes and Armies.
Look for a new product page in the coming days.
The core rulebook for Babylon, On Which Fame and Jubilation Are Bestowed is now available for purchase, both digitally and in print!
In preparation for Tuesday’s release, we’ve linked a character sheet for BFJB in our menu. You can also find it here.
Several recent posts on the Šukāmu Press Tumblr give more information about BFJB, including a BFJB world map, links for the Old Babylonian and Egyptian fonts used in BFJB and how the name was chosen.
You’ll also find a work-in-progress screenshot of the text of our first planned supplement, Tribes and Armies.