UK GamesExpo starts this Friday and like last year I’m heading up to the convention to bravely see some old friends and do some shopping.
That means it is sale time! From now until next Monday all PDFs at the Raging Swan Press store are 25% off–even our bundles! If you’ve been thinking about grabbing some of our GM’s Resources now is the perfect time to strike.
Check out the sale here.
I’m busy slaving away over some of Raging Swan Press’s releases for later in the year and just got an epic illustration from Matt Morrow! Check it out:
I love Matt’s old-school style, and I think he’d done a cracking job of capturing all the joys of a pit trap!
What do you think?
(And if you want the mystery product this illustration will feature in, be sure to sign up to our Patreon campaign!)
Another month is over, and so I’m reporting on my 2019 131,000-design word challenge for April. Last month, I managed 34,382 words; this month I clocked up 34,477 which is substantially more than my 11,000-word target. Thus, I am content.
Behold a graph of my progress to date for the year!
This means I’ve already written 133,497 words this year, which means I’ve “smashed” my yearly target by just over 2,000 words. I’m not sure what to do now. I didn’t foresee hitting my target so quickly. I might take a month of serious writing as there are some things I should *really* get done. Perhaps I’ll ponder that tonight while clutching a celebratory Maker’s Mark.
Late last week, I realised I missed Raging Swan Press’s ninth anniversary. (Bad Creighton, naughty Creighton). Back in the dim and distant past that was 2010 we released out first product–the 1st-level adventure Retribution–sometime in March of that year.
In my Adventures in Shadow campaign the party have finally reached the dismal village of Coldwater.
They’ve been trying to get to the village for weeks of real time, but a forgotten tomb, an owlbear hunt and other distractions have stymied their attempts. Last night they finally made it!
Come visit Coldwater with them!