Free Role-Playing Game Day 2009 Publisher List

Free RPG Day 2009 is coming up on Saturday June 20, 2009 and I thought I would give you a preview of who is sponsoring this year’s event and what free RPG goodness will be available. Bear in mind that there is no guarantee that your local FLGS will have everything listed below or how many copies they will have. It might help to check if your FLGS is participating too. I almost forgot that last one and it is quite critical. 😉

Current Free RPG Day 2009 participants with links to their websites:

Chessex Manufacturing
(Store Sample, Commemorative Dice w/ store name)

Claymore Entertainment
(Store Sample, Hero’s Bane RPG Quickstart & Adventure)

Exile Game Studios
( Hollow Earth Expedition Adventure)

Fantasy Flight Games
(Rogue Trader RPG Adventure)

Flying Buffalo
(Tunnels & Trolls Quickstart and Adventure)

Goodman Games
( 4th Edition Flipbook, “Hero’s Handbook: Immortals” and “Amethyst: Hearts of Chaos”)

Lone Wolf Development
( Hero Lab demo w/ unique data files)

Mongoose Publishing
THREE GIVEAWAYS!
(“The Troubleshooter Reference Manual”)
(“Introduction to Dragon Warriors”)
( “Grab the Cache”)

Q-Workshop
(unique dice)

Paizo Publishing
(Pathfinder Bonus Bestiary)

Polymancer Studios
( Fantasy Adventure)

Troll Lord Games
(Castles & Crusades Quickstart and Adventure)

White Wolf Publishing
(Geist RPG Quickstart)

Wizards of the Coast
(“Khyber’s Harvest”, Eberron 4E Adventure and Tile bundle)

I always felt this event was to get new people involved in the hobby, so if you plan on attending, drag a curious non-gamer with you and recruit a new cultist…er…introduce someone to the hobby.

Trask, The Last Tyromancer

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3 thoughts on “Free Role-Playing Game Day 2009 Publisher List

  • April 30, 2009 at 12:06 am
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    Free RPG day is awesome!

    I went last year and had a great time and met a lot of other gamers.

  • April 30, 2009 at 11:24 am
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    Why do retailers have to pay $65 per kit for free RPGs? I smell something foul here.

  • May 10, 2009 at 1:12 am
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    Dude! It’s marketing.

    I’ve volunteered to run games.

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