- PF: Skull & Shackles: The Wormwood Mutiny
- PFCS: Pirates of the Inner Sea
- Knights of the Dinner Table 185
- Kobold Quarterly Magazine #21
- CoC: Cthulhu By Gaslight
- PFCS: Isles of the Shackles
- Flip-mat: Urban Tavern
- PFCS: Blood of Fiends
- Pathfinder RPG: Core Rules HC
- Pathfinder RPG: Bestiary HC
- Pathfinder RPG: Bestiary 3
- D&D 4.0 Player's Handbook
- D&D Dungeon Survival Handbook
- Marvel Heroic Role Playing
- Rifts: Lemuria
- Pathfinder RPG: GM's Screen
- The Rifter #58
- Dresden Files RPG: Volume 1
- Traveller RPG 2300AD
- Pathfinder Advanced Player's Guide
- Pathfinder RPG: Bestiary 2 HC
- Pathfinder: Ultimate Combat HC
- PFRPG: Ultimate Magic
- Call of Cthulhu 6th Edition
- 4.0 Monster Manual
Pathfinder clearly dominates the list with over half the entries. Dungeons & Dragon 4E still chugs along with a few entries, the best seller being Player's Handbooks, so it's far from out of the picture.
Magazines have made a comeback since the recession, and we now sell twice as many Kobold Quarterly and Knights of the Dinner Table than before. It's interesting that Kobold Quarterly is approaching the sales level of Dragon magazine from back in the day.
There are a couple Call of Cthulhu entries, a game that has gained a lot of traction with us lately. Traveller 2300AD would be much higher if the distributors weren't always out.
It's a fairly tame period in general for RPGs, especially when compared to the CCG releases, any one of which would dwarf the entire RPG department several times over.
Here are the top 15 RPG companies in our store by sales. The number in this list is how they rank against other categories in the store (there are 146), not just RPGs:
|20||Wizards of the Coast|
|78||Kenzer & Company|
|89||Fantasy Flight Games|
|95||Studio Two Publishing|
So our number one RPG company, Paizo, ranks sixth overall in the store, while Dungeons & Dragons, once a top five company for us, now ranks 20th. Again, just one month; just one store.