Endzeitgeist has just given Alternate Dungeons: Frigid Ice Cave five stars and his seal of approval. Here’s my favourite bit of his review: “I can’t wait to whip out this well-crafted pdf to supplement my next icy dungeon. Evocative, considerate and well-crafted as a whole and in the respective details, this is a shining example for the virtues of the series.”
Review Roundup 19/12
As we hurtle toward Christmas, we’ve have some more great reviews hove into view!
Endzeitgeist said of Alternate Dungeons: Alchemist’s Lair (in his five star + seal of approval review), “Nicholas Wasko delivers perhaps the very best Alternate Dungeon so far: With ample of creative hazards and challenges, unique afflictions and downright inspired dressing, this is, to me, the best installment of the series so far: It oozes style, sports a ton of awesome scavenging potential (particularly for the brevity and low price!) and made me immediately come up with multiple modules – which is the sign of a great resource.” Thanks, Endzeitgeist!
Endzeitgeist’s also been busy reviewing Alternate Dungeons: Abandoned Village and gave it four stars, saying: “this is a fresh and well-rounded offering…” Hurrah!
Alternate Dungeons: Frigid Ice Cave Now Available!
This week, Raging Swan Press releases Alternate Dungeons: Frigid Ice Cave by Daron Woodson. If your campaign is venturing into the frigid north or up a high mountain, this is the supplement for you!
Grab a free sample, here.
Inhospitable, remote, beautiful and mysterious, glacial caves and icy cavern networks comprise the only natural shelters in most frozen northlands. It’s no wonder explorers are drawn to such sites when many such places have never been glimpsed by a living person. But wonder and mystery aren’t all that await adventurers in such isolated locales; natural arctic denizens (and unnatural ones too, no doubt) may be drawn to such caverns in places where shelter is scarce and the elements are harsh.
Remorhaz by Malcolm McClinton
Review Roundup 17/10
We’ve had a couple of positive reviews this week, which is rather marvellous.
Endzeitgeist said of Village Backdrop: Hopespyre that,“This is one of the crown-jewels of the excellent series…” while Martin S gave Altermate Dungeon: Abandoned Village four stars and commented, “It remain a good tool for a GM who does not have time to create a detailed abandoned village and can be the source of memorable encounters/adventures.”
Thanks to both Martin and Endzeitgeist. I love hearing how people like Raging Swan’s products and I also love suggestions for how to make them better in the future.
Featuring material from some of Raging Swan Press’s newest products as well as classic releases of yesteryear, advice articles and material from Creighton’s on-going design of the megadungeon Gloamhold, the GM’s Monthly Miscellany series is a terrific free resource for the busy, time-crunched GM.
Adventurers often seem to explore abandoned buildings. Whether it be a (reputedly) haunted manor house, a peasant’s home in a ruined village or even the demesne of a mysteriously disappeared wizard such places make excellent adventure sites.
By Bradley K. McDevitt
Are You Running an Adventure in an Abandoned Village?
This week, Raging Swan Press releases Alternate Dungeons: Abandoned Village by Daron Woodson. If you are planning an adventure in an abandoned village, this supplement is for you! It’s got tons of hints, tips and tools for making such an adventure come alive.
As always, you can download a free sample at the product’s page.