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Just in time for Friday the 13th

Print editions of Transylvanian Adventures are now available.
  • The softcover edition is $19.99 and is only available through
  • There is a hardcover edition available for $34.99 through Lulu as well.
  • There is also a hardcover version that will be available through RPGNow and DriveThruRPG after they complete their review process. The Print+PDF bundle can be purchased at either of those links.
Those who have bought the PDF and have allowed publishers to send them promotions through email will receive a discount coupon for the RPGNow/DriveThruRPG hardcover in their inbox. If you bought the PDF and don't have that set up, now's a good time to do that to get that discount. You could turn it on tonight or tomorrow and then turn it off after you get the TA discount email.

It's also worth noting that Lulu is running a holiday sale for 10% off (up to 30% if you purchase over $80). They periodically run specials for free shipping too. Of the two, I prefer the printing at Lulu.

I can give free PDF downloads to those who buy a hardcover from Lulu. We'll have to work out some sort of arrangement on that. For now, just email me.


  1. RPGNow/DriveThruRPG shouldn't take too long on the approval/review process. Usually a few days. So no worries if you don't want to do Lulu. It does have the softcover version, though.

    I like that I was able to provide a softcover version for right around $20. I'm sensitive to cost. My next big push will be an abridged version of the PDF with no art (and missing some chapters and tables) that people can download cheaply at RPGNow to check the game out for a minimal investment.

    After that, it's on to Book 2...

  2. I've rejigged my DriveThru account to allow emails, so hopefully I'll get that message soon.

    1. I have to wait until RPGNow approves the hardcover before it is activated. After that, I'll be able to send out the coupons.

  3. I'm sorry if you've already mentioned this, but how much will the discount be if you've already purchased a PDF?

    1. I don't know as of yet. I want it to be at least the same price as the PDF. Maybe more. So $13 at the least.

  4. Awesome, Im definitely holding out for the hard copy then. Keep up the great work!

  5. I purchased the hardcover through lulu and would like to get access to the PDF.

  6. I'm in the same boat as Doug. I see you said email you, but I can't seem to find an email for you.

  7. My bad. I thought my email was accessible through the About Me section of the blog. I've corrected that. For now, the points of contact would be that email address (zinvivi) through gmail or mathisscott through yahoo. I can also be PM'd on the Goodman Games' forums.

    If you could, please send me the email address you use with RPGNow/DriveThruRPG, date of purchase and order number so I can verify.

    Not everyone who's bought a hardcover wants a PDF. And there are some who already had the PDF from beta-testing and such.

    Thanks for the heads up.


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