Welcome to the Generic Universal RolePlaying System!
With GURPS, you can be anyone you want – an elf hero fighting for the forces of good, a shadowy femme fatale on a deep-cover mission, a futuristic swashbuckler carving up foes with a force sword in his hand and a beautiful woman by his side . . . or literally anything else! Thanks to its flexibility, quality writing, and ease of use, GURPS has been the premiere universal roleplaying game for over three decades!
More than 1,500,000 copies are in print – not counting foreign editions. GURPS Lite, a 32-page distillation of the basic GURPS rules, is available for free download. We also have dozens of GURPS adventures and e-books available on Warehouse 23.
Whatever your favorite roleplaying genre might be, GURPS can handle it. More about GURPS . . .
Here are the last 15 GURPS supplements (including reprints and new editions) we have released, either in print or electronically. Click on a cover to go to that product's page.
September 28, 2018: Shorter Days Mean More Time For Gaming!
I blinked and missed September thanks to being rather busy. But I didn't fail to notice that the nights were getting longer – and here in the Northern Hemisphere, colder. Which spurred me to put together this monthly round-up, which also wraps up a quarter and starts a season.
September delivered two GURPS-related goodies:
Pyramid #3/119: After the End II (September 6, 2018; PDF)
This issue supports both the GURPS After the End series and the upcoming The Fantasy Trip (which you can preorder, by the way!). The post-apocalyptic pleasures include creatures, encounters, adventures, and even a setting, most it with a horror twist. The fantasy fun consists of solid advice on characters, money, labyrinths, and traps . . . which almost sums up the hack 'n' slash subgenre, if you think about it.
GURPS Dungeon Fantasy Monsters 4: Dragons (September 27, 2018; PDF)
I said "almost sums up" because hack 'n' slash also needs monsters. Yours Truly was mostly responsible for GURPS Dungeon Fantasy Monsters 1, and entirely to blame for GURPS Dungeon Fantasy Monsters 2: Icky Goo and Dungeon Fantasy Monsters. But I'm constantly thinking of even more nasty critters, and there's nothing like the classics.
Now it's time for informed guesses that are better than baseless speculation but not as good as promises. Please bear in mind that works in progress can be delayed, rethought, and on occasion even canceled. In particular, 'tis the season of flu and cold (like the lurgy I have as I type this), which can lead to all kinds of chaos.
There's more, of course. There's the Pyramid Dungeon Collection to assemble, we have three slower-moving projects in the pipeline, and we're juggling contracts for five further items. You might be able to glean more information on these things from the GURPS thread in my blog, which I update each Friday.
Join Us! Join Us!
We have a lot of new contracts to deal with, so we're not dying for proposals. That doesn't mean we're not interested; it just means you have time to absorb the Submission Guidelines, GURPS formatting guide, and GURPS WYSIWYG template. If you think you're up to the challenge, your next stops should be the Warehouse 23 Digital Wish List (updated August 6, 2018) and Warehouse 23 Wish List for GURPS (updated August 6, 2018).
As we're phasing out Pyramid, the options there are more limited. Still, the Pyramid Wish List does still exist and Steven Marsh might have need of one or two small pieces to fill out the final issues.Share This Post!