Through Monday, December 11 we present the Sine Nomine Corebooks Bundle featuring the complete Deluxe Editions of Worlds Without Number and Stars Without Number, along with Wolves of God, Silent Legions, and other standalone RPG rulebooks by acclaimed designer Kevin Crawford of Sine Nomine Publishing.
In 2010, while working at a research library, Kevin Crawford wanted to improve his skills with Adobe InDesign. Having seen Albert Rakowski’s Terminal Space, an SFRPG based on white-box D&D, Kevin decided to write his own RPG as a working text – a setting-agnostic SFRPG based on Moldvay B/X D&D and Traveller. (Moldvay Basic is “the Raspberry Pi of the game hacking world,” he said in an August 2017 Reddit r/rpg AMA. “You can stick a huge number of adaptations or mods onto it, and it’ll still work.”) In December 2010 Kevin posted Stars Without Number: Free Edition on RPGnow (later DriveThruRPG). “Things got out of hand quickly,” he says laconically.
From seven past offers (mostly 2013-2017, with two as recent as this past year) we’ve assembled seven complete standalone Sine Nomine rulebooks with a huge array of system-independent sandbox gaming tools. Easily generate kingdoms and AIs, planets and pantheons, cults and factions, monsters and mechs, dungeons and starships, and tons more. These tools make creation easier for even the most experienced GM – and they make a great gift for a roleplayer new to Sine Nomine games. (To give a Bundle of Holding as a gift, log out of your current browser session, then purchase the offer using the recipient’s email address.)
All these rulebooks except Cities Without Number have appeared in one or another of seven past Bundle offers: Stars Without Number (Oct 2013), Fantasy Frontiers (July 2015), Nerves 3 (Oct 2015), Bundle for Two 1 (Feb 2017), More SWN (March 2019), Cornucopia 2022 (Nov 2022), or Non-OGL Fantasy (Jan 2023).
Get this Sine Nomine Corebooks offer before it vanishes (leaving no name behind) Monday, December 11.