Numenera Archives

The Five Must-Have Gen Con Games
You'll thank me. First off, let's talk about Numenera from Monte Cook Games Numenera was launched via one of the most successful RPG Kickstarters ever, and Monte Cook Games comes to Gen Con this year with it, and a new game using the same system called The Strange If Numenera doesn't end up sweeping the ENnies[...]
The 2014 ENnie Award Nominees Named For Gaming
There are a lot of interesting games nominated this year. Numenera by Monte Cook Games is a rules light take on the science fantasy genre from one of the architects of Dungeons & Dragons' third edition Electronic products Corporia and Shaintar: Legends Unleashed both look at old genre standards in new ways. Corporia is a game of Arthurian legend[...]
The 2014 Origins Award Winners For Tabletop Gaming – With A Few Surprises
The winners in all of the categories were announced: Best Role Playing Game Numenera – Monte Cook Games, designed by: Monte Cook Fan Favorite: Shadowrun: Core Rulebook – Catalyst Game Labs, designed by: Jason Hardy, Aaron Pavao, Adam Large, Mark Dynna, Steven "Bull" Ratkovich, Peter M Andrew Jr., Michael Wich Best Role Playing Supplement Night's Watch – Green Ronin Publishing,[...]
Want To Play A Game Run By Monte Cook Or Bruce Cordell At Gen Con This Year?
By Christopher Helton Monte Cook Games is going to have a charity auction, giving away chances to play in a Numenera game run by Monte Cook or a game of The Strange run by Bruce Cordell at Gen Con 2014. [Monte Cook] Numenera is a science fantasy roleplaying game, set in a far future setting known as The Ninth World[...]