Huddled behind an ancient breakwater of unknown provenance and hemmed in by dense woodlands, the pirate stronghold of Deksport is an isolated, violent place. Orcs and goblins openly walk the streets among the human inhabitants and serve on the many predatory vessels sailing from the port.
Road of the Dead Collector’s Edition (Raging Swan Press, 2014)
Loads of Reviews At Amazon UK
A flurry of reviews have turned up on amazon.co.uk over the weekend! All That Glimmers, GM’s Miscellany: Wilderness Dressing, GM’s Miscellany: Urban Dressing, GM’s Miscellany: Dungeon Dressing, GM’s Miscellany: Village Backdrops, GM’s Miscellany: Village Backdrops II, Caves & Caverns and GM’s Miscellany: Random Wilderness Encounters all picked up five stars! I’m beyond chuffed!
Thank you, John2412, for all the reviews. You made my weekend.
Sewers are a vital part of any large community. They help prevent disease by filtering out waste and give excess water accumulated during a rainstorm somewhere to go instead of on the roads or into a citizen’s basement. But sewers also attract a certain amount of danger, be it annoying beasts like skittering rats or terrifying monsters such as otyugh dwelling mere feet from the populace.
GM’s Miscellany: Dungeon Dressing Reviewed
“I love Raging Swan’s GM Miscellany line! I always find ideas and inspiration by reading through the various tables and information presented in them. They are some of the best products on the market. Their quality and value are incredibly good. If you are a Pathfinder GM (or a GM for just about any other fantasy system) you will find these books to be a valuable and useful resource, well worth the price!”
–Forrest & Lynn (five stars)
You can see this review over at Amazon (where I just found it) even though it was posted in October. Thanks very much, Forrest & Lynn!
Retribution Collector’s Edition (Raging Swan Press, 2014)
Any GM can design a basic dungeon. A dedicated GM takes the extra time to craft exciting, logical and challenging dungeons that are so much more than a series of rooms stuffed full of monsters and treasure.
Urban Dressing: Port Town Reviewed
“Well worth the price. Adds Those extra finishing touches to your Port town environments without a lot of work. Can be used for prep or during the game. Very versatile. I use it for D&D 5e and it works just fine.”
–Brent R (five stars)