A Good Day for GM’s Miscellany: Dungeon Dressing!

GMM_DD_new_220A few days Louis C pointed me toward a youtube video by Davae Breon Jaxon in which he talks about GM’s Miscellany: Dungeon Dressing while yesterday kevin_video called it “An Incredible Resource, and a Must Have for GMs” in a recent review.

It goes without saying that I’m delighted with the reception this book has received recently, and I wanted to thank everyone who’s purchased and/or reviewed a copy.

Alternate Dungeons: Haunted House

Abandoned and decrepit, no city is complete without an abandoned, reportedly haunted building. Often these sites are wellsprings of public gossip and superstition, but rarely are they truly haunted. Truly haunted buildings have an air of grim mystique about them, their supernatural residents setting the natural world on edge. Haunted houses are the dwellings of a myriad of undead and otherworldly fiends that feast upon the fear and unrest their presence causes in a settlement. For whatever reasons, however, the forces at work in a haunted house are usually confined to that building, but woe to the city that harbours a supernatural threat unchecked by brick and mortar, for its inhabitants are nothing but fodder for the horrors lurking within.

By Bradley K. McDevitt

By Bradley K. McDevitt

Chris Zank Gives GM’s Miscellany: Dungeon Dressing Five Stars

GMM_DD_new_220Chris Zank recently reviewed GM’s Miscellany: Dungeon Dressing. Here’s my favourite part of his review:

“This book is the Ultimate Toolkit to add to any Game Master who enjoys running dungeon crawls or ones that want to add something very interesting or unique to your already pre-made adventure.”

You can read the rest of the review over at Paizo.