In the dreary village of Fulhurst Moors, most residents spend their days cutting peat from the nearby bogs or tending flocks of rugged sheep on the moor. When night falls, they huddle in their homes or gather inside the solid stone walls of the Bell and Whistles, trading stories of the latest gruesome misfortunes to befall those foolish enough to venture out onto the moor after sunset or unfortunate enough to be caught by sudden fog or rain while working in the bogs.
Alternate Dungeons: Infested Sewers Reviewed
“…a fun pdf that all DMs (and players) who are bored by non-descript sewers should get…”
–Endzeitgeist (five stars + seal of approval)
GM’s Monthly Miscellany: January 2015 Now Available
GM’s Monthly Miscellany: January 2015 is now available for free download from wherever you normally purchase your Raging Swan Press products. Presenting material by Alexander Augunas, Creighton Broadhurst, Josh Vogt and Mike Welham, GM’s Monthly Miscellany: January 2015 is an essential addition to your gaming library!
Tired of your towns and cities being boring, bland places in which your PCs show little or no interest? Want to bring them alive with cool, interesting minor features of note? Then Urban Dressing is for you! Each instalment in the line focuses on a different kind of town and gives harried GMs the tools to bring such locales to life with interesting and noteworthy features.
This instalment of Urban Dressing presents loads of great details to customise the war-torn towns in your campaign. Designed to be used both during preparation or actual play, Urban Dressing: War-Torn Town is an invaluable addition to any GM’s armoury!
Town Backdrop: Deksport Reviewed
“Intriguing and immersive stuff!”
–John 2412 (five stars)
Town Backdrop: Wolverton (Raging Swan Press, 2014)
Be Awesome at Dungeon Design Reviewed
“Unlike other materials that I’ve run across as supposedly free this one doesn’t skip on quality or key pieces of actually useful advice. There is a whole swath of notes, pieces of useful twists and turns of facts and opinions that make sense. Much of this material can be used for not only adventure setting material but also the design of other rpg locations. All in all I was surprised and delighted to read through Be Awesome At Dungeon Design.”