New 5e and Pathfinder Products
This week, Raging Swan Press has released two new products for your gaming pleasure. For Pathfinder GMs we have the derro village of Flenheim while for 5e GMs we’ve got 25 new treasure hoards for ultra high level play. Free samples are available for both books, so check them out!
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.
Flenheim is a wretched, horrible place. Wretched in dancing shadows, the derro enclave is renowned for its flesh crafters—derro skilled in the art of enhancing their customer’s bodies by grafting or infusing the body parts of others onto their own. Flenheim is also at the centre of a growing slave trade and many come here to browse the wares at the Collectors’ Lodge and the Shadow Market.
By Maciej Zagorski (The Forge Studios)
GreatKhanArtist on Subterranean Enclave: Deephearth:
“This product really got my creative juices flowing, which is what I look for in any supplement. Therefore, definitely recommended for the price…”
–GreatKhanArtist (four stars)
Subterranean Enclave: Dilath’s Hold
Need a slaver village?
Need an underground slaver village populated by drow and duergar?
Need a slaver village seething with tension?
You need Subterranean Enclave: Dilath’s Hold!
The centre of the slave trade in the region, Dilath’s Hold is an aberration. Founded by a renegade drow nobleman, within its precincts drow and duergar live (relatively) peacefully. However, all is not well in Dilath’s Hold. Among its folk, racial tensions simmer, and the lust for wealth and power corrupt those already perverted by the flesh trade. For now, the ancient treaty binding the two races remains intact, but there are many living in Dilath’s Hold that dream of re-writing the compact…in blood.
Dilath’s Hold by Matt Morrow
Subterranean Enclave: Fanghome Reviewed
“Brian Wiborg Mønster delivers in this little pdf chock-full of brilliant hooks: From a wholly iconic place, to a unique economy and the smart consideration for the needs of an inhuman race, this place is a great enclave to visit, breathing the spirit of early pulp in all the right ways – hinting, inspiring, without prescribing, all while delivering just enough to make this an astounding read.”
–Endzeitgeist (five stars + seal of approval)
You can read the whole review over at Endzeitgeist’s site – thanks Endzeitgeist once again for taking the time to review our products – or grab a free sample for Fanghome here!
Set among the ancient ruins of a fallen empire and standing on a bare escarpment overlooking the so-called Twilight Jungle, Fanghome is a relatively peaceful troglodyte settlement. Fanghome’s prosperity is built upon the Zji-Zji berry which the troglodytes have learnt, after a fashion, to cultivate and which they sell to those visitors brave enough to enter their fetid home. Not all is peaceful, however, in Fanghome for the troglodytes are an ancient race that once worshipped ancient, fell powers. Once such power has recently taken notice of the troglodytes and has begun to whisper dark dreams of power and conquest into the ear of its newest worshipper.
Fanghome by Matt Morrow