Jun 152012
 

Thanks to Mike Williams at Bring Your A Game for posting up a quick interview about paNik productions products.    Mike was kind enough to take a few moments and talk about what we do.

http://bringyouragamemagazine.blogspot.com/2012/06/previewing-panik-productions-initial.html

He also asked one of the best questions I heard all weekend.

BYAG: How much time went into getting these two to press?

Check out the interview link to see our answer and to see Mike’s funky Micronaut toy avatar.

 June 15, 2012  Posted by at 7:25 am Products Comments Off on Bring Your A Game Interview
Jun 132012
 

Here’s a nice quick interview the great folks at The Gaming Gang did while we were at Origins.   The raw footage and interview was enjoyable.  Jeff & Elliott were excellent interviewers.

http://thegaminggang.com/2012/06/the-gaming-gang-extra-50-origins-2012-raw-nik-palmer-from-panik-production/

Keep your eyes out for more interviews in the near future.    If you are a blogger or podcaster, feel free to get in touch with us here.

 June 13, 2012  Posted by at 5:45 am Products Tagged with: , ,  No Responses »
Jun 092012
 

PDF cover of the Deadly Seven Horror Roleplaying sourcebook and adventureThe Deadly Seven is a modern-era supernatural horror adventure that pits the characters against seven unwitting servants of hell. The players will have to contend with a variety of threats both direct and indirect ranging from drive-by shootings and murderous psychopaths to rogue hackers, misguided zealots, and the demonically possessed. As each encounter draws them deeper into the grip of evil, they’ll have to find the connection between their seemingly unrelated opponents to find the sinister mastermind manipulating events behind the scenes.

Rabbinical Exorcism

Jailbait Temptresses

A multi-part adventure, The Deadly Seven can be played as an extended campaign or as 7-8 independent scenarios ranging from all-out action to tense investigations. Each segment is designed to be incorporated into an ongoing story but the story also works if you play straight through.

The Deadly Seven is suitable for any modern urban setting that includes paranormal activity. It can also be a great way to introduce the paranormal into an otherwise-mundane campaign.

The Deadly Seven is also a sourcebook on demons and the theology of demonic possession, outlining the various stages of – and rules for – possession and exorcism. These sections can be printed out as player hand-outs

  • 150 pages of text + 30 pages of character stats + 21 pages of maps
  • Full Color, Fully Illustrated, Multi-Layered PDF
  • 7+ Individual Adventure Scenarios
  • 5 Multi-Page Maps Including Offices, Homes, & Neighborhoods.
  • 2 Sets of Clue Cards for player hand-outs.
  • 3 System Compatibility
  • Savage Worlds
  • d20 Modern
  • True20

Contains adult situations. May not be appropriate for individuals under 17.


Order Now from DriveThruRPG.com!  You will need to have your Adult Products filter set to ON in order to see and purchase this product.

 June 9, 2012  Posted by at 7:31 pm Products Tagged with: , , , , ,  2 Responses »
Jun 072012
 

We have made it back from Origins 2012. We had a great time meeting all the gamers, handing out flyers and selling dozens of copies of Deadly Seven and Caravan. If you picked up a glossy & are stopping by the website, Thank You!

We are hard at work preparing for GenCon. Palmer will be running CARAVAN there as well as competing in the Iron GM contest and running a seminar panel on Game Master skills. Check us out at GenCon. Our games will be available in the DriveThru RPG and Studio2Publishing booths.

GenConEvents:

RPG1233706 Wednesday 15th 7-11pm CARAVAN! Bronze Age Mesopotamian Adventure

RPG1233705 Thursday 16th 7-11pm CARAVAN! Bronze Age Mesopotamian Adventure (union station Southern)

SEM1233704 Friday 17th 10am-11am What’s the Scenario? Crowne Plaza Victoria Station Room C/D

CGM1233707 Friday 17th 8-10pm XXXenophile (Union Station L-N table 1&2)

 

 June 7, 2012  Posted by at 9:39 pm Palmer's Blog Tagged with: ,  2 Responses »