I’ve nearly finished transitioning all our various channels from the original edition to the revised edition. So here’s an update on where Amazing Tales is currently available. The revised edition includes 8 extra pages, with advice on creating stories without violence, a sample adventure and tips for creating memorable NPCs.
A PDF copy of Amazing Tales
If you want a PDF copy. DriveThruRPG is the only supplier. $4.95. All PDF versions are now the revised edition. If you’ve already bought one, your PDF has been updated to the revised edition, just download it again from DriveThru to get the new material.
Order a PDF of Amazing Tales from DriveThruRPG
A hardback copy of Amazing Tales
Your local game shop can order copies of the new edition from our distributors at Studio 2 (USA) and Asmodee (UK).
Details for retailers who want to order copies are here.
Amazon carry Amazing Tales via their US store front.
If you’re looking for customer reviews and ratings at Amazon see what people said about the first edition.
Print on Demand via DriveThruRPG The print on demand version is being updated to the revised edition. For reasons the print versions are on a new product page. In a week or so once all the updates have cleared DriveThru’s system everything should be back on the original product page.
Order Print on Demand copies here.
The eagle eyed amongst you might have noticed that the price of the print on demand standard and premium editions has increased, to $24.95 and $29.95 respectively.
The revised print edition is also priced at $24.95. Why is this? Well there are a few reasons.
- The original price was too low. I wasn’t selling the hardback copies at a loss, but it was close.
- Amazing Tales is printed in China, when we ordered it wasn’t clear if it would be hit with additional tarriffs. So the pricing has to account for that.
- I try and keep the print on demand (POD) and retail prices similar to support retail outlets. They’re the bedrock of the hobby and I don’t want to undercut them by selling the POD copies for less than the retail copies.
It’s a tough world out there sometimes, and I’d hate to think of parents who want to play Amazing Tales with their kids, but can’t because there’s a choice between buying a game and paying the rent. If that’s you, drop me a line, and we’ll make it work.