Hubris has been out since Wednesday and it has gone Copper on Drivethru and as of publishing this post, the number one selling title on RPGnow (and 5th on Drivethru)! I am thrilled at people’s reaction and support!
Here is a few things other people are saying about Hubris:
Łukasz Krupiński Shared:
That Hubris book… I’ve only skimmed it after buying it like half an hour ago, but I already can tell that it is the best D&D supplement I’ve read possibly ever. Definitely gonna print and bind it tomorrow.
And after reading through the book more, he later stated:
Hubris is quite possibly the best D&D book ever. It is just so inspiring, but most importantly it’s usable, it’s hackable, it’s fast, it’s fun. It’s exactly the kind of stuff I want when I sit down to do a session prep and I don’t have a lot of time. Basically it’s what all D&D books should be and now that I have it I can’t imagine not using it.
Anders Hedenbjörk Lager Shared:
Just downloaded my Kickstarter PDF of HUBRIS. Dang. This might be the one that pushes me into DCC-land. My players have been mightily resilient when I have suggested some DCC, but this might do it. Otherwise, the material will sneak its way into my Blood & Treasure or Castles & Crusades game. Well done, man with the mighty finger!
Zak Smith posted over at Playing D&D With Porn Stars:
A needle-eating dog with one ear and steel fangs
They need Hubris! A meatgrinder gonzo hatefuck murdering setting for Dungeon Crawl Classics. It’s the new hot thing!
Anthony Lewis shared:
Even if you don’t play Dungeon Crawl Classics, this is a fun setting book by. Dozens of random tables to use or just give you inspiration. Not just boring text about gods and wars and people from 3000 years ago – actual stuff a GM may want to put into their game.
Chuck over at They Might Be Gazebos did a blog post about his various projects he’s got going on and a tidbit about Hubris:
There’s not much I can add in the way glowing reviews for this bad boy. It’s an in-your-face, rip-your-guts-out, and defile-the-corpse kind of setting. Yes, it is for Dungeon Crawl Classics and if that game ain’t your thing, it would make an awesome alien setting for Lamentations of the Flame Princess.