Here’s a look at the latest new, third party, and accessory releases.
- There’s no stopping the Pathfinder Battles train as Paizo Publishing moves into their Legends of Golarion set, not tied to an Adventure Path. This week’s preview consists of all types of kobolds. “This week, we travel back to one of the earliest adversaries ever to appear in a Pathfinder product: KOBOLDS! These little buggers appeared in the now-classic Nick Logue adventure Crown of the Kobold King, a module so early that it predates the official birth of the Pathfinder brand itself.” See the preview at their website here.
- LPJ Design [visit their website here] has released a new character supplement for Pathfinder, following their Adventure Path Iconics line, with Path of Pirates. “This is the fourth installment of our Adventure Path Iconics line, and the eight characters herein are specifically designed for play in a pirate-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.” Written by Larry Wilhelm, it’s available for purchase from DriveThruRPG: Adventure Path Iconics: Path of Pirates (PFRPG).
- When you’re looking for a multi-level NPC to add to your campaign, Black Falcon Games [visit their website here] has you covered in their Nemesis NPCs series, including their latest addition Jeerlok Fleshburn. “Jeerlok Fleshburn is a pyromaniac goblin who has learned the art of fire elemental magic. He uses his fiery knowledge to dominate weaker creatures and burn a swathe of destruction across the land.” Written by Charles Plemons, it’s available for purchase from DriveThruRPG: Nemesis NPCs – Jeerlok Fleshburn [PFRPG].
- Avalon Games [visit their website here] continues their weekly support of Heroes Wear Masks in the latest installment of Heroes Weekly – The Frank Murray Nano Cloud. “When an average guy becomes a god, things can go wrong real fast? This issue also comes with some great robot figure flats.” Written by Charles Smith, it’s available for purchase from DriveThruRPG: Heroes Weekly, Vol 3, Issue #10, The Frank Murray Nano Cloud.
- Now that the new second edition Colonial Gothic core rulebook is out, Rogue Games is getting back to their release schedule with the announcement of their next historical fantasy horror sourcebook: The Lost Colony [view our entry in the Roleplayers Chronicle Reference database here]. “Popham, Massachusetts: a lost colony. Founded in 1607, the same year as Jamestown, and abandoned the following year. Lost except for rumors and fragments; barely mentioned in history books until the site was rediscovered in 1994. But there is more to the story.” This new sourcebook has an estimated released date of February 2014.
- More Creatures of Darkness are being brought to Misfit Studios’ post-apocalyptic dark fantasy RPG Rogue Mage in Dark Mortals [view our entry in the Roleplayers Chronicle Reference database here]. “Beneath the minor powers in the infernal hierarchy are corrupted mortals and their hellhole-bred offspring. They are the foot soldiers of the armies of Darkness, and the infernal powers are always seeking to expand their ranks in preparation for future battles.” Written by Raven Blackwell, it’s available for purchase from DriveThruRPG: Rogue Mage Creatures of Darkness 5: Dark Mortals.
- Gypsy Knights Games [visit their website here] brings you situations of questionable legal status for Traveller in their latest 21 Plots supplement – Misbehave. “The newest in our popular 21 Plots series, 21 Plots: Misbehave is the second of a series of scenarios targeted to a theme. 21 Plots: Misbehave presents 21 situations of questionable legal status with 6 possible outcomes for the Referee to use with a gaming group.” Written by John Watts, George Ebersole, Tony Hicks, “Big” Dan Callahan, and Paul Santiago, it’s available for purchase from DriveThruRPG: 21 Plots: Misbehave.
- Hero Forge Games [visit their website here] brings to you another adventure module for their children’s epic fantasy Hero Kids – Fire in Rivenshore. “The Fire In Rivenshore adventure takes place when a fire breaks out in Rivenshore. The kids are asked to help battle the blaze and find its source. After rescuing Roger in the burning tavern and battling looters, the kids discover that a bullied street urchin (Bree) is responsible for the fires.” Written by Brian Benoit and Justin Halliday, it’s available for purchase from DriveThruRPG: Hero Kids – Adventure – Fire in Rivenshore.