Many of gaming’s most debated questions revolve around alignment. Some people love alignment and others hate it. But, whether you like it or hate it, alignment can be a source of endless debate.
This question occurred to me the other day. It’s a crazy simple one, but one I’m not sure I’ve directly asked before.
GMing is an immensely challenging, but (hopefully) rewarding, thing to do. You get to bring a game to life, immerse your players in the world and tell stories with your friends. What could be better?
Dead PCs present several problems for a GM (not least of which is the rest of the PCs descending like jackals to loot their comrade’s still warm—probably yet-twitching— corpse).
On Monday, Raging Swan Press releases a book of which I’m rather proud: GM’s Miscellany: 20 Things III.
A few weeks ago, I got some marvellous news about Raging Swan Press’s sales on Paizo.com: we had a product on the Top Downloads from Other Companies list! Victory!
If you are not interested in 3PP you’ll find this phenomenally boring. I apologise—please move on, there is nothing to see here…
As you’ve may know, I’ve recently started a (sporadic) 2nd edition AD&D campaign—Gloamhold: Adventures in Shadow. After only the first few sessions, I’ve been struck how the game play differs to our normal Pathfinder game.
I’ve been running Raging Swan Press for over eight years, and in that time I’ve learnt a ton about publishing. When I started, I was a neophyte. Next year, I hit name level!