MÖRK BORG CULT Expansion By Free League Publishing Out Now

Yesterday, we covered a piece of tabletop gaming news revolving around Free League Publishing's newest expansion book for Vaesen, their Nordic horror game. Free League Publishing, probably best known for ALIEN: The Roleplaying Game, has also released an expansion book for their doom-metal RPG, MÖRK BORG CULT. Known as MÖRK BORG CULT: Feretory, this game is most assuredly going to be a bona fide slaughter-fest.

The front cover of MÖRK BORG CULT: Feretory, a new expansion in the MÖRK BORG CULT line of RPG books by Free League Publishing.
The front cover of MÖRK BORG CULT: Feretory, a new expansion in the MÖRK BORG CULT line of RPG books by Free League Publishing.

MÖRK BORG CULT: Feretory is a self-proclaimed "doom-metal" RPG zine, which expands upon the original MÖRK BORG CULT artpunk RPG book. The core MÖRK BORG CULT book has received top awards at the Ennie Awards for having the best layout and design, the best writing, and being the product of the year in 2020. Surely, this means that MÖRK BORG CULT: Feretory is going to be a great supplement to the core game.

You can watch the trailer for MÖRK BORG CULT: Feretory below:

According to Free League Publishing's website, some of the features in MÖRK BORG CULT: Feretory are as follows:

  • The Monster Approaches… Create your own terrible foe with this monster generator. Determine appearance, behavior, abilities, goal and strange habits for your new friend.
  • Roads to Damnation. Simple rules for overland travel, including distances, road encounters, village types and destinations.
  • Eat Prey Kill. Rules for hunting for food (or sport). Also 54 fully statted monsters, 6 for each major area of the dying world.
  • The Death Ziggurat. A delve into the ruins of a lost temple city where something is awakening. A descent into undead madness. A Cosmic Necrocrawl at the end of time. The Death Ziggurat is a short adventure about postponing the inevitable.
  • d100 Items & Trinkets. What can be scored in the darkest of cellars and the rucksacks of the fallen? Use this list of keepsakes and trinkets to find out.
  • The Goblin Grinder. The streets of Galgenbeck are overrun with goblins, turning burgher and pauper alike into their own cursed kin. But not to worry! For a low cost, a local chemist can whip up a cure. Until the price rises anyway. Risks? Of course not, it's tested and guaranteed to work! A cursed urban slaughterfest of an adventure about plagues, panic and profit.

There is also a brand new group of four new character classes, a d66 table of ominously-named treasures such as the Cauldron of Lies or the Zodiac Lung, and even a solo dungeon-crawling mode. This new zine from looks like it'll be a bloody good time!

Are you excited for MÖRK BORG CULT: Feretory? Let us know in the comments below!

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Josh Nelson is a Magic: The Gathering deckbuilding savant, a self-proclaimed scholar of all things Sweeney Todd, and, of course, a writer for Bleeding Cool. In their downtime, Josh can be found painting models, playing Magic, or possibly preaching about the horrors and merits of anthropophagy. You can find them on Twitter at @Burning_Inquiry for all your burning inquiries.

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