Take a look at today’s new and third party releases.
- Are you wondering what’s inside the new Bestiary 4 for Pathfinder? Paizo Publishing has posted the table of contents here. For more information about Bestiary 4, you can view our entry in the Roleplayers Chronicle Reference database here.
- LPJ Design [visit their website here] has released their latest Adventure Path Iconics character collection supplement for Pathfinder – Path of Undeath. “This is the next installment of our Adventure Path Iconics line, and the seven characters herein are specifically designed for play in the Obsidian Apocalypse campaign setting and the gothic and horror-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.” Written by Kalyna Conrad and Eric Hindley, it’s available for purchase from DriveThruRPG: Adventure Path Iconics: Path of Undeath (PFRPG).
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- Onyx Path Publishing has posted their latest V20 Dark Ages update, discussing the Road of Sin and how it’s going to be updated. “One of the most common things we’ve heard as we stepped into V20 Dark Ages was that the Road of Sin didn’t integrate well with games. Many people outright disallowed it in play. So, we wanted to take the Road of Sin, and make it more directly playable. Neall Raemonn Price, our author for the Road of Sin (and the Baali, and the Salubri, and a bunch of other stuff) offers up his first draft here:” View the full announcement and download the details here.
- Rogue Games has released the Colonial Gothic 2nd edition historical fantasy horror Bestiary core supplement [view our entry in the Roleplayers Chronicle Reference database here]. “Within these pages, the Colonial Gothic GM will find a selection of creatures great and small, ready to challenge even the most valiant Heroes. Some are denizens of the New World, both natural and supernatural. Others spring from the myths and legends of antiquity, and have crossed the great Ocean along with the colonists. Some do not belong in this world at all, but may be summoned here by dabblers in sorcery.” Written by Richard Iorio II, Gabriel Brouillard, Jennifer Brozek, William Butler, Brendan Davis, Graeme Davis, and Bryce Whiteacre, it’s available for PDF purchase from DriveThruRPG: Colonial Gothic Bestiary. You can also pre-order the printed edition from the Rogue Games Online Store: Bestiary.
- Nocturnal [visit their website here] has released a free sword & sorcery adventure module for d20 OGL – Serpent Amphora. “The Serpent Amphora is an adventure for characters of approximately 6 to 8 total levels. It is set within the Scarred Lands campaign setting in the small riverside village of Trela, on the border of New Venir and the Blood Steppes, during the Carnival of Flowers, the second Wildday of Tanot. It is suggested that the characters include a divine spellcaster, someone with the Heal skill and several decent fighters.” Written by Joseph D. Carriker, Jr., it’s available for purchase from DriveThruRPG: Serpent Amphora — Free Adventure in the Scarred Lands.