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Does Your Campaign Need a Cabal of Ancient Elven Ghost Druids?

Valley_front_new_220If you need a cabal of ancient elven ghost druids for your campaign–and let’s face it, who doesn’t–check out Places of Power: Valley of the Rocks by Creighton Broadhurst! Inside you’ll find details of an isolated wooden valley and its ghostly inhabitants. Are they friend or foe? That’s up to the PCs!

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10 Things to Say When A PC makes a Perception Check And Finds Nothing…

Because (sometimes) a little player paranoia is a good thing...

Adventurers are always poking their nose in where it doesn’t belong. They seem to incessantly search even the most boring, featureless rooms in search of treasure. Sometimes, they get lucky and find hidden or forgotten loot, but—more often than not—there is simply nothing to find.

By Arthur Rackham

GM’s Monthly Miscellany: Compendium 2015

GMMM_comp15 220Featuring material from some of Raging Swan Press’s newest products as well as classic releases of yesteryear, advice articles and material from Creighton’s own Borderland of Adventure campaign as well as the ongoing design of the Gloamhold megadungeon, the GM’s Monthly Miscellany series is a terrific free resource for the busy, time-crunched GM. GM’s Monthly Miscellany: Compendium 2015 collates the material presented in the second eleven instalments of the line as well as new material, all designed to make running your game as simple and easy as possible.

20 Things to See in a Graveyard

Adventurers seem to spend a lot of time in graveyards. Whether they are investigating a series of hauntings, destroying a nest of ghouls or merely visiting the grave of a loved one, a graveyard can make an exciting adventure locale.

By Maciej Zagorski (The Forge Studios)

By Maciej Zagorski (The Forge Studios)

Review Roundup 14/11

This week, we had some marvellous news!

Places of Power: The Prismatic Tower got a great review from Endzeitgeist (who gave it five stars and his seal of approval) in which he said, “The prismatic tower ultimately is an awesome locale I look forward to introduce in my game. Thoroughly distinct in scope and focus from the first installment in the series, while still adhering to the series’ paradigms, this little pdf is a great adventure-locale I can’t wait to use!”