Swallowfeld–one of our oldest products–has just snagged a five-star review! Thank you, Seems, for writing it. I hope you enjoy the village and that it finds a decent place in your campaign. Here’s my favourite bit of Seem’s review:
The Village of Swallowfeld is a terrific source book and an excellent starting point for a new party.
Review Roundup 28/11
This week, a couple of rather marvellous reviews have popped up!
Whitney D–a first time reviewer of our books–gave The Lonely Coast a five-star review and said, “It is simply a beautifully put together campaign area perfect for quick play. The Lonely Coast has a fantastic feel to it.”
Meanwhile, GM’s Miscellany: Wilderness Dressing also got some love! Mike F loved the book and simply said, “Five stars!”
It might sound a little odd, but Raging Swan Press exists because of rejection and retribution.
The Village of Swallowfeld (Raging Swan Press, 2013)
Dark Waters Rising (Raging Swan Press, 2013)
This is the second of my two design blogs, which I hope lend some insight into my adventure design generally, and my design on Dark Waters Rising in particular.
This is the first of my two design blogs, which I hope lend some insight into my adventure design generally, and my design on Dark Waters Rising in particular.
Catastrophe strikes the frontier village of Swallowfeld! With a grinding groan, the town’s mill slews into the Kilian River and breaks through the ceiling of an ancient subterranean dungeon. This accident frees a long-imprisoned evil to prey upon the shocked townsfolk. When several Swallowfeld residents—some innocent and some not so innocent—are spirited away into the rapidly flooding dungeon, it falls to a brave group of heroes to venture underground and rescue the missing before dark, rising waters seal their fate.
by Matt Morrow