Adventurers are always poking about haunted houses in search of treasures and restless spirits to lay to rest. Not everything they find, though, is so exciting…
It seems adventurers are always drinking from the pools they come across. Some hold nothing but water, while others hold powerful, potentially life-changing magic.
Urban Dressing: Dwarven Town Picks Up Five Stars
“Now racial settlements tend to be a difficult topic, mainly because you have to cater to a race’s iconic stereotypes, while still providing a distinct sense of identity. This manages to do just that – in a glorious fashion indeed.”
GM’s Monthly Miscellany: April 2015 Now Available!
GM’s Monthly Miscellany: April 2015 is now available. Chock full of Pathfinder Roleplaying Game compatible goodness, it’s a free download!
GM’s Monthly Miscellany: April 2015 is available wherever you normally grab your gaming PDFs
Saint Fiacre is a village with a turbulent past and an uncertain future. Having weathered sahuagin raids and economic woes, the village struggles to grow and prosperity eludes its citizens. With its saintly patron now long dead, its economy is in decline and few travel to the village. On the surface, Saint Fiacre seems a relatively peaceful village, but several looming—and as yet unrecognised—threats lurk in the shadows. In short, Saint Fiacre is a village on the brink of disaster.
New Free Resource Page
Last week, I got a request to collate a list of all the various “20 Things” articles Raging Swan Press has published. Well, over the weekend I created a new page that does just that–you can find a link in the menu at the top of this page or you can follow this link. Be sure to bookmark the page as we’ll be adding content on a weekly basis!
At the best of times, haunted houses are sinister, shunned places. However, those poking about inside such locales are bound to make unfortunate—even shocking—discoveries.
It seems, adventurers are always invading fanes dedicated to evil powers, slaying their priests and looting their valuables.