GM’s Miscellany: Village Backdrop II Gets Endzeitgeist’s Seal of Approval!
“The first village backdrops-compilation was very good – this one is better. Why? Because the villages are infinitely cooler, more versatile and there is not ONE in here that is not narrative gold in some way. These villages practically beg to be used and their attention to detail and diversity should allow just about every DM to find a glorious village to insert into their games herein. Quality and production-value-wise, this pdf is definitely one glorious supplement.”
–Endzeitgeist (five stars + seal of approval)
Check out GM’s Miscellany: Village Backdrop II or read the full review over at Endzeitgeist’s site.
Dwellers Amid Bones Collector Edition Releases
Raging Swan Press has just released Dwellers Amid Bones Collector’s Edition by Creighton Broadhurst and Fabian Fehrs. Designed for 5th-level PCs, the adventure pits the heroes against a pair of ferocious forest drakes lurking in a partially flooded ancient orcish burial cairn!
You can learn more, and download a free sample, here!
Bored of pitting your PCs against boring, one-dimensional kobolds, orcs and goblins? Want to provide your monstrous minions with style and flair in appearance, mannerisms and battlefield tactic? Then, Tribes Most Foul is for you!
Protected by the roiling waters of the ocean, the Fane of the Undying Sleeper lies at the top of a set of stone steps only exposed at the lowest ebb of the lowest spring tides.
GM’s Miscellany: Dungeon Dressing on the Small Screen!
Over the weekend, a video review of GM’s Miscellany: Dungeon Dressing popped up on Youtube! To my knowledge, this is the first time one of Raging Swan Press’s products has appeared in a video.
If you want to watch the review/flip through of GM’s Miscellany: Dungeon Dressing click here. (And thanks very much to Riotous GM Games for taking the time to do the video in the first place!)
Only a few miles from a small seaside village, the mysterious underwater edifice known as the Sunken Pyramid lies hidden beneath the waves. I’m really happy with how The Sunken Pyramid adventure turned out, so I jumped at the chance to talk a little bit about its genesis. So, why a sunken pyramid in the first place and what’s with all the sahuagin?
Sahuagin Warrior by Marc Radle
GM’s Monthly Miscellany: February 2015 Gets Five Stars From Alan H
“Great little product (for the price!) I especially liked the random table for war torn villages.”
–Alan H (five stars)
Thanks very much, Alan, for reviewing GM’s Monthly Miscellany: February 2015!