The GROGZINE is our gift to Patreon supporters.

If you want to download PDFs of the complete editions, then join Patreon to support the GROGPOD.

GROGZINE 4 (Due when it’s ready)

The usual mix of articles, reviews and gaming resources submitted by the GROGSQUAD.

The GROGSQUAD’s Guide to Surviving the Apocalypse – a booklet chronicling a year of playing the The Apocalypse – hand-made guide to surviving when the world ends.

The Fourth volume of The Collected Daily Dwarf.

All bundled together in a handmade, limited print run.



Now available on PDF for Patreons, featuring:

  • Monsters! Monsters! A reflection, by Ken St Andre and new art, especially created for the ‘zine, from Liz Danforth
  • The Great Pendragon Campaign in Chester by Keehar
  • Diversion – a Call of Cthulhu scenario that will fit in any campaign, from Roger Coe
  • Better Living Through Chemistry – a belt-poppin’ Judge Dredd scenario, from Alan Gairey (@dailydwarf) and great artwork by Roger Coe
  • A gate warping Call of Cthulhu scenario from Roger Coe
  • “Whatever happened to …” Paul Cockburn and Wayne Peters
  • The GROGNARD character class – from Phil The Dice Mechanic
  • A new short story from Sunday Times ‘Best Books’ author Justin Hill
  • Open Box Reviews: Man, Myth and Magic, Paranoia, World of Darkness and Sky Realms of Jorune

To get a PDF, you’ll need to be An Honorary Member of The Armchair Adventurers (the GROGSQUAD)


The GROGZINE Annual 2017 is available on drivethrurpg along with The Collected Daily Dwarf Vol. 1. It’s ‘pay what you want’ but all proceeds collected will go towards YSDC and the great work they do.


If you join the patreon campaign you’ll also get links to three volumes of The Collected Daily Dwarf, that brings together the articles about White Dwarf that feature in the podcast.

The podcast will always be free, but the generous tips from Patreon supporters, cover the overheads, help us seek out new material and allow us to develop other related projects.


4 thoughts on “GROGZINE”

  1. I has been many years since the welcome thud of an A4 fanzine has landed on my door mat, so thank you! Speaking of which are there any printed UK fanzines still in existence?

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