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Two New Historical Battlemaps from DramaScape

DS-Saxon-VillageDramaScape has released a pair of battlemaps for historical and fantasy use. The first is the classical Japan Japanese Gardens [view our entry in the Roleplayers Chronicle Reference database here], and the second is a Dark Ages Saxon Village [view our entry in the Roleplayers Chronicle Reference database here]. Designed by Simon Powell, Steven Black, and Vidar Edland, they’re available for purchase from DriveThruRPG:

DriveThruRPG: Japanese Garden
DriveThruRPG: Saxon Village Square Overlay
DriveThruRPG: Saxon Village Hex Overlay
DriveThruRPG: Saxon Village No Overlay

Viking Raid: The Saxon village is under attack by Vikings. They have come to raid and pillage for plunder and then raze the town to the ground when they are done. The adventurers staying at the town’s inn must come to the defense of the northern gate in order to help the town fend off the attack. A wooden platform rising above the palisade and the guard tower can be used to survey the battlefield and pick off Vikings with ranged attacks. With melee characters throwing ladders off the platform and defending the archers and if worse comes to worst defending the town in a desperate last stand when the gate collapses. The Vikings are after the rune-inscribed monument in the center of town and kill anyone in their way.

The Latest Free Issue of the Pathways Magazine

RP-Pathways-31Rite Publishing has released the latest issue of their free epic fantasy Pathways magazine for Pathfinder – Issue #31 [view our entry in the Roleplayers Chronicle Reference database here]. Written by Steven D. Russell, Creighton Broadhurst, David Paul, Liz Winters, and Jacob Kellogg, it’s available for download from DriveThruRPG:

DriveThruRPG: Pathways #31 (PFRPG)

Rite Publishing brings you Pathways, a free ‘zine packed with plenty of Open Gaming Content for you to take to the table. You’ll find articles by Steven D. Russell (1001 Spells), Liz Winters (Lone Wolf Development), Jacob Kellogg, and Crieghton Broadhurst (Raging Swan Press). You will also find the top 3pp reviews by Endzeitgeist, and an interview with Johnn Four of RoleplayingTips.com.

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