Press: Recent Raging Swan Releases (April 2013)

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…

Urban Dressing

If you haven’t been . . . → Read More: Press: Recent Raging Swan Releases (April 2013)

Supplement Review: Dungeon Dressing: Corpses by David Posener from Raging Swan Press

Ever since I started playing D&D back in 1982, it has seemed that dungeons are full of dead bodies. Some of the bodies have been there a long time. Others are fresh. Regardless, the laws of decomposition still hold true whether a group of players is playing as part of a CSI-based modern world or . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: Dungeon Dressing: Corpses by David Posener from Raging Swan Press

News from Around the Net: 10-FEB-2012

Greetings to everyone in game land! (Not to be confused with Gameland in Jonathan Maberry‘s Rot & Ruin/Dust & Decay YA zombie series. Great series if you’re ever in the mood for some zombies and a story with heart!)

Hope you all had a better week than I did… No gaming. Work is a pain. . . . → Read More: News from Around the Net: 10-FEB-2012

Supplement Review: Caves & Caverns (PFRPG) by Creighton Broadhurst and David Posener from Raging Swan Press

Just about every fantasy campaign I’ve ever played in has involved a cave system or cavern at one time or another. And though I’m a fan of dungeons, I really like it when there’s more of a natural element to them. The “Five Room Dungeon” technique I first learned about in Johnn Four’s Roleplaying Tips . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: Caves & Caverns (PFRPG) by Creighton Broadhurst and David Posener from Raging Swan Press

Adventure Review: Bandits of the Rampant Horror by David Posener from Raging Swan Press

Words have power. Horror is a strange one however. It denotes many different concepts. Horror might refer to a feeling of fright or something causing such a feeling. It also manages to encapsulate an entire genre of work in books, movies, and television. But what horror actually *is* differs wildly from person to person. Some . . . → Read More: Adventure Review: Bandits of the Rampant Horror by David Posener from Raging Swan Press

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