While Dark Conspiracy has had a rough life in terms of publication schedules and support, there are still many websites, run by fans and gamers, supporting this great game. Beyond this may second-hand gaming stores still stock the older editions of the core rulebook and various supplements, and the recent rise in PDFs has seen this old books live again in this new media.

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Our Favourite Dark Conspiracy Sites

Many great websites still support this venerable game. These are some of our favourites!

  • Dark Conspriacy Facebook page – Many like-minded fans and players gather on the Dark Conspiracy Facebook page.
  • Protodimension Archives – Although it is no longer with us, old issues of Protodimension Magazine can be found on Archive.org
  • DEMONGROUND – Born from the idea of supporting Dark Conspiracy 2nd edition, DEMONGROUND grew to support numerous modern horror roleplaying games.
  • Mike Marchi’s Dark Conspiracy – Although it hasn’t been updated in years, Mike’s DC pages were some of the first to support the game’s initial revival in the late 90s.
Where to Purchase Dark Conspiracy Books and Supplements

Despite many of the original Dark Conspiracy products now being long out of print, an avid collector can still round out their collection in a number of ways.

  • DrivethruRPG – Electronic copies of all published (and some unpublished) Dark Conspiracy material. Here you can find every 1st & 2nd Edition book and supplement, as well as newest 3rd Edition material from 3Hombres Games
  • Far Future Enterprises – The successor to Game Designers’ Workshop, FFE publishes reprints of the classic role-playing game systems originally produced by GDW from Dark Conspiracy, through Traveller (as well as many of its licensed support materials), 2300 AD and Twilight: 2000.
  • Wayne’s Books – Not only a seller of many out-of-print RPG supplements, Wayne’s Books provides insights into the what, where’s and why’s of various game lines.
  • Noble Knight Games – Purveyors of all out-of-print and hard to find books. Their DC collection is divided into three lines – 1st Edition, 2nd Edition and the Dark Conspiracy novels.