It might sound a little odd, but Raging Swan Press exists because of rejection and retribution.
GM’s Monthly Miscellany: May 2015 Now Available!
This week, Raging Swan Press releases GM’s Monthly Miscellany: May 2015. A free download, it’s packed with loads of super useful material for the busy Pathfinder GM.
Available wherever Raging Swan’s PDFs are available.
Perched hard against steep cliffs and protected on the landward side by an earth ditch and berm, the small fishing village of Sea Bitch is a windy place. Founded fifteen years ago by the all-female crew of the eponymous pirate vessel, its inhabitants are famed for the trained eagles they use to hunt the seabirds nestling in the nearby cliffs.
Adventurers always seem to be breaking into ancient tombs and crypts in search of undead horrors (and their loot).
Raging Swan Press Wins Endzeitgeist’s Top Ten of 2014!
Today, the bunting is out and the bourbon is flowing at Raging Swan Press’s Global HQ.
This is a tremendous achievement and a testimony to the skilled freelancers heroically slaving away over our adventures and supplements. Dozens of people worked on the two books and I wanted to thank Ben Armitage, Alexander Augunas, Aaron Bailey, John Bennett, Seamus Connelly, Jeff Erwin, James Graham, Brian Gregory, Eric Hindley, Ben Kent, Thomas King, Greg Marks, Andrew J. Martin, Jacob W. Michaels, Brian Wiborg Monster, Julian Neale, Chad Perrin, David Posener, Brian Ratcliff, Pierre van Rooden, Liz Smith, Josh Vogt and Mike Welham for all their hard work and dedication. The books wouldn’t exist without them.
I think the two books are tremendous GM’s Resources—shockingly, I use them both in my own Borderland of Adventure campaign—and I couldn’t be prouder of them. I could go on—and I want to—but I think I’ll leave the last word to Endzeitgeist himself:
“These books have improved my game in ways I couldn’t ever have fathomed.
The level of detail and believability and compelling world-building has soared with the introduction of these two books. I use them in every game I DM – PFRPG, DCC, 13th Age – no matter. Much like some old classics like the dungeoneer’s guide in 2nd edition, these books will be used for decades to come…These books belong into every DM’s library, regardless of system. They were also, hands down, my easiest choice for a number 1 spot ever. If you or your DM don’t own these, do your game a favor and buy them ASAP – I guarantee that your game will be vastly enhanced…”
Alternate Dungeons: Abandoned Temple Now Available
This week, Raging Swan Press have released Alternate Dungeons: Abandoned Temple by Mike Welham. Follow this link for a free sample download or you can read extracts on-line! (And, of course, if you are a Raging Swan Patreon you can disregard this message as you’ve already got your copy!)
GM’s Miscellanies in the Spotlight!
John S has just reviewed GM’s Miscellany: Urban Dressing and GM’s Miscellany: Wilderness Dressing and given both five stars! I’m jolly chuffed at this marvellous news! Thank you, John, for taking the time to review both books–I much appreciate the time and effort it took.