You know those swans? They are a’ ragin’! They’ve been creating a ton of content for your Pathfinder game this year and I thought it was time I talked about some of it…
Here are some details on just a few of the recent releases from Raging Swan Press…
If you haven’t been following the Urban Dressing series from designer Brian Liberge, he’s been cutting a swath through quite a few parts of the urban landscape:
- It all started with Urban Dressing: Market Stalls back in January 2013, which led to…
- Urban Dressing: Traders & Craftsmen in February, which led to…
- Urban Dressing: Alleyways in March…
- and April’s Urban Dressing: Temple.
Conceivably you could construct an entire urban center… The PCs could visit a market stall, which leads them down an alley to a troubled trader or craftsman hiding out in a temple!
Then there’s the continuing saga of the Wilderness Dressing series from a variety of designers:
- January brought us Wilderness Dressing: Woodlands (designer Mike Welham)
- February brought us Wilderness Dressing: Plains (designer Eric Hindley)
- And March brought us Wilderness Dressing: Hills (designer Brian Gregory)
Now our PCs are on a journey, traveling across hills, plains, and through the forest to their destination.
And if that’s not enough, you have to dress up your dungeons as well. Thankfully there’s the Dungeon Dressing series to explore many of the common elements of dungeons of the rich and infamous:
- In January, we saw Dungeon Dressing: Double Doors (designer Creighton Broadhurst) and Dungeon Dressing: Sarcophagi (designer David Posener).
- In February, we saw Dungeon Dressing: Dungeon Names (designer Creighton Broadhurst).
- In March, there was Dungeon Dressing: Bridges (designer Ben Kent).
- And in April, we’ve seen Dungeon Dressing: Thrones (designer Greg Marks), Dungeon Dressing: Doom Paintings (designer Mike Welham), and Dungeon Dressing: Porcullises (designer Aaron Bailey).
When the PCs arrive at their destination (named well in advance and over a bridge of course), there will be a dungeon worthy of their talents! From the portcullises and double doors to rooms filled with dangerous thrones and paintings of doom… How could they not be impressed with a bit of interior decorating?
And Much More!
Beyond that, there’s plenty of crunch in the 100% Crunch series, village goodness in the Village Backdrop series, and a few releases of updated anniversary editions of previous Raging Swan products such as Swallowfeld, The Lonely Coast, and Dark Waters Rising.
Creighton must be a heck of a slave driver to get 30+ products released in just the first four months of 2013. It’s insane!
Ultimately they seem to cover just about everything you might want for your Pathfinder campaign… Encounters, adventures, monsters, and more ideas than you can shake a stick at.
What’s next? You can peruse the Raging Swan Press release schedule at any time and peer into the crystal ball…
For more about Raging Swan Press, check out…
- … the Raging Swan Press website.
- … the Raging Swan Press Facebook page.
- … Creighton’s Raging Swan and gaming blog for details on this and other products.
- … and be sure to check out all the cool Raging Swan products at DriveThruRPG and the Paizo store!