Magic items are great. Adventurers crave them and learned spellcasters charge exorbitant fees to craft them for their wealthy clients. If the owner is lucky, sometimes the magic item has one or more additional minor powers.
Campaign Events: Masquerade Ball Now Available
Last year, Raging Swan Press released Campaign Events: Masquerade Ball for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. This week, sees the release of the System Neutral Edition version of this great book. This version of the book has all the Pathfinder-specific mechanics stripped out so you can focus on using the flavoursome material no matter what game you play!
Immense predators capable of carrying off almost any land animal, rocs are legendary birds. Their nests are often charnel houses replete with remnants of their many meals scattered about.
Every good dungeon has secret doors. Villains need a secret escape route, cleverly hidden treasure cache or even a secret laboratory to work upon their diabolical schemes.
The residents of Feyhall live barricaded underground within the caverns of an ancient fairy hold in the Fey-Cursed Hills above the Twyll River delta. While the plague infested hungry dead, threaten from without, these rogues and treasure hunters dig deeper looking for the source of the strange lights and music haunting their haven. Food is scarce and what few supplies available are usually stolen from travellers or other nearby settlements. It is a lawless place where residents must be constantly on watch for not only ghosts of dead feyfolk, but also a knife in the back from their so-called allies.
In the minds of adventurers, fountains set in dungeons fill the same niche as pools. Their waters could have magic qualities or—at the least—treasure might lie within!
GM’s Monthly Miscellany: February 2016 Now Available!
This week, Raging Swan Press releases GM’s Monthly Miscellany: February 2016! A free download designed for Pathfinder GMs, it’s got loads of material ready for almost any GM’s campaign! Download your copy today.
Just one review this week, for Village Backdrop: Tigley. In his four star review, Endzeitgeist said, “Steve Hood’s Tigley is a great little village – its industry and population feel organic and concise; the local color is superb and the quirks and traditions mentioned conspire to make the village feel organic and alive.” Thanks for the review, Endzeitgeist and good job, Steve!