New Third Party Releases

Introducing Ships of Clement Sector

GKG-SCS1-Kiviat-class-Patrol-CorvetteGypsy Knights Games [visit their website here] has launched a new series of sci-fi supplements for Traveller introducing new Ships of Clement Sector, starting with Kiviat-class Patrol Corvette. Written by Michael Johnson, it’s available for purchase from DriveThruRPG:

DriveThruRPG: Ships of Clement Sector 1: Kiviat

The Kiviat-class is a patrol corvette designed and built by the Hub Federation to combat the local piracy problem. Armed to the teeth and lightning fast, the Kiviat is more than capable of hunting down and destroying any pirates in the region.

At 600 tons, the Kiviat can make an ideal ship on which to set an adventure. The ship could be used as the basis of a naval campaign, an enemy for those characters engaged in piracy, or a powerful personal ship for a group of hardcore adventurers.


Acrobat Character Class for Labyrinth Lord

BRG-AcrobatBarrel Rider Games [visit their website here] has released their latest classic fantasy player character supplement for Labyrinth Lord, introducing the Acrobat. Written by James M. Spahn, it’s available for purchase from DriveThruRPG:

DriveThruRPG: Acrobat

With the Acrobat, a new 14-level player character class for Labyrinth Lord (and other old-school fantasy role-playing games) you’ll be able to accomplish feats of agility and daring with the greatest of ease! Whether its leaping across vast chasms or dodging dragon breath, you’ll be ready to handle it!


Path of Winter Iconic NPCs for NeoExodus

LPJD-API-Path-of-WinterLPJ Design [visit their website here] has released their latest Adventure Path Iconics epic fantasy supplement for Pathfinder, featuring 8 pregenerated characters from NeoExodus – Path of Winter. Written by Jeff Lee, it’s available for purchase from DriveThruRPG:

DriveThruRPG: Adventure Path Iconics: Path of Winter (PFRPG)

This is the third installment of our Adventure Path Iconics line, and the eight characters herein are specifically designed for play in a winter-themed Adventure Path. Each character has a full stat block, including campaign traits, a detailed background and personality, and advice on advancement through 4th level. Find one that suits you and you’re ready to play. These characters have been built using a 20-point buy, as many Pathfinder players and GMs prefer it. However, each comes with instructions on how to adjust the stats to a 15-point buy, should your GM wish to use the standard for Paizo’s adventure paths. If your group enjoys an epic fantasy feel for their characters, then adjustments up to a 25-point buy are also available. Whatever your style of play, just a few minor tweaks will have you ready to go.


Solitaire Role-playing Using Pathfinder in Avalon Quests

AG-Avalon-QuestsAvalon Games [visit their website here] has released a new guide for Pathfinder that details the ability to play solitaire adventures using the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game in Avalon Quests. Written by A.J Kenning, it’s available for purchase from DriveThruRPG:

DriveThruRPG: Avalon Quests

Avalon Quests will generate a fully realized campaign world, complete with wilderness travel, set dungeons, randomized combat, special encounters, and a story – everything you need for a full campaign of Pathfinder. While playing solo.


Weeping Wood Fantasy Sandbox Supplement

OM-TS91-Weeping-WoodOccult Moon [visit their website here] has released their latest Toys for the Sandbox fantasy supplement – Weeping Wood. Written by Quinn Conklin, it’s available for purchase from DriveThruRPG:

DriveThruRPG: Toys for the Sandbox 91: Weeping Wood

Cold and dark and ghosts are converging. Toys #91 is the story of one such weary spirit who has sobbed for centuries deep in Weeping Wood. It all began with lovers falling into a sinkhole. Maybe he survived. She surely didn’t and has not paused from weeping. The sinkhole is not just any sinkhole – there’s probably a Demon King connection. But more immediately? Danger from an ugly little self-made construct pieced together of dead wood and old bits of dog. Psychic Penelope thinks she can calm things down and lay the girl’s spirit to rest. But first she needs someone to gather the girl’s scattered bones (the suitor’s too) then bring a cleric and she will stage a wedding. It’s worth a try. Pack some Demon Dog Bones – a good first line attack – and some Red Willow Bark Potion. And the wedding present. Don’t forget that.


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