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Pathfinder Animal Companion Released

I’m still eagerly awaiting the Ultimate Campaign book, but this month’s Player Companion, Animal Archive is pretty darn cool.  From a witch’s black cat to a ranger’s mighty wolf companion or a cavalier’s noble steed, animals have always had a place in fantasy adventuring—but why should only a few classes have all the fun? With the proper training, animals can be invaluable allies for... read more

Kickstarter Pick – Broken Earth

I’m a sucker for Post Apocalyptic movies and games so this week’s Kickstarter Pick should come as no surprise, Broken Earth from Sneak Attack Press.  Matthew Hanson, the game’s designer, is no stranger to RPGs and has written Zeitgeist #3: Digging for Lies for EN World Publishing and adventures for Green Ronin and Expeditions Retreat Press. Broken Earth is a Pathfinder compatible sandbox... read more

Roleplayers Chronicle Releases 2nd Issue

The 2nd issue of Roleplayers Chronicle year magazine has just been released and definitely worth a look if you haven’t picked up an issue before.  Their website (Roleplayerschronicle.com) is a cornerstone in the RPG community and they bring that wealth of knowledge and experience to each issue of their magazine. The new issue contains two new full-length adventures and is currently available as PDF... read more

Cubicle 7 Offers Dr Who Deal

Cubicle 7 is celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Doctor Who by releasing a series of Doctor Sourcebooks for the Doctor Who: Adventures in Time and Space roleplaying game.  A game I actually own and enjoy, being the Doctor Who fan that I am! Each book will take an in-depth look at an incarnation of the Doctor, featuring his companions, enemies, allies, gadgets and more. We will present each of his... read more

Free RPG Day on Kickstarter

Very often I find many cool rpg and tabletop game projects being pitched on Kickstarter and want to post about them, but stop myself simply because I have mixed feelings about the whole Kickstarter thing.  On one hand, its a great way for struggling companies and game designers to get products to us and grow our hobby that otherwise likely wouldn’t happen.  On the other hand, it is also somewhat... read more
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