Be Awesome at Dungeon Design (Augmented Edition made it to #3 in Endzeitgeist’s Top Ten of 2017. To celebrate it’s the Deal of the Moment at Raging Swan’s Shop.
I’ve previously blogged about 4 Overlooked TSR Modules You Should Run. One of those adventures is the excellent B5 Horror on the Hill.
Heroic Maps are celebrating their 5th birthday over at Patreon with a caption competition that could net you a prize worth several hundred dollars!
Win the caption competition and get a free battle map commission of your own design!
There’s a catch, though…I’m the judge! So if you think you can amuse a middle-aged, English gentleman with an odd–some would say warped– sense of humour, head over to Heroic Map’s Patreon page and have a go!
As you might recall, we’ve taken a break from our Skull & Shackles adventure path. Instead, another of the chaps is running a short goblin campaign (in which we all play murderous goblins).
We are having a blast.
If you are a Pathfinder player you would have to live under a rock to not know about the new edition blitzkrieging toward the community.
One of the critical questions a publisher must answer is: who will buy their products? Publishers need to know—as specifically as possible—who they hope to lure into their ebon clutches. Otherwise, how can they meet their customers’ needs?
With Plugg and Scourge dead the party were—at long last—in control of the Man’s Promise. With the looting of the ship and swearing of everlasting loyalty to Dread Pirate Captain Vilimzair by the surviving pirates complete thoughts turned to the diseased members of the party.
As a GM, do you fudge your dice rolls? (And when I say fudge, I mean “change”). Do you do it for the noblest of reasons or do you do it because you are a swine and want to crush your players’ enjoyment and prove to them you are the master?
At the end of the last session, we left our heroes—led by the heroic Vilimzair Aralivar—battling for control of the Man’s Promise.