Here’s a look at today’s new, third party, and accessory releases.
Legendary Games [visit their website here] brings the magic of mutation to Pathfinder in their latest Adventure Path Plug-in supplement Mutant Manifesto. “Mutant Manifesto provides a horrific examination of the magic and mechanics of mutation, blending elements of science fiction and fantasy in a magnificently mutated melange. This product is ideal for alchemists, summoners, and wizards seeking to create their own mutated minions and awful experiments, but it also deals with the hateful backlash against all manner of mutants. From spells like blightcore meltdown, summon horde of flesh, and the ominously titled one of us to genetic purification and mutagenic reversion, this product covers both sides of the mutant question, with the deviant (wizard) and xenocidist (ranger) archetypes standing forth as paragons of genetic purity or perversion. More feats and spells await within, as well as a sample grimoire delving into the twisted arts of mutation, the dreaded libram Omnia Mutandis!” Written by Jason Nelson, it’s available for purchase from DriveThruRPG: Mutant Manifesto.
Fat Goblin Games [visit their Facebook page here] has released their latest Call to Arms supplement for Pathfinder – Pistols and Muskets. “Call to Arms is a book line for players and gamemasters alike. Each book focuses on a different item, expanding rules for those items and adding everything from new mundane and magical examples of the item to new character options related to the item. Call to Arms: Pistols and Muskets focuses on a 350 year span of time when the pistol and musket became the weapons of choice, introducing rules and options for gamers that want to build custom early firearms from matchlock pepperbox muskets to high caliber, breechloading flintlock pistols, all in addition to new magical weapons, wondrous items, cursed firearms, a mythic “walking stick,” an artifact bandolier and much more.” Written by Lucus Palosaari, it’s available for purchase from DriveThruRPG: Call to Arms: Pistols & Muskets.
Black Falcon Games [visit their website here] has released their latest Cohorts & Companions supplement for Pathfinder featuring Bladen Gofland. “Cohorts & Companions – Bladen Gofland provides twenty stat blocks (levels 1 thru 20) for a life school necromancy who uses his understanding the dark arts to heal allies and weaken foes. Bladen is a talented alchemist, arcanist, and herbalist who brings a variety of skills to the table. He provides an interesting supplement to traditional healing as well as undead management. Add this powerful wizard to your party today!” Written by Charles Plemons, it’s available for purchase from DriveThruRPG: Cohorts & Companions – Bladen Gofland [PFRPG].
World of Darkness
Onyx Path Publishing has posted their latest V20 Dark Ages preview, taking a look at Clan Salubri. “Spoiler: Clan Salubri dies off. Sorry about that. So it really sucks to play them, right? Because that puts the Salubri in the role of metaplot vehicles with a foregone future. That’s kind of contrary to the point of a roleplaying game, isn’t it? Roleplaying games are about choices and consequences. As a player, you make the choices, and you play to see the consequences. When designing the V20 Dark Ages Salubri, we wanted to make them completely playable, and we wanted to present nothing as inevitable. They’re a clan on the downswing. They could be gone tomorrow, but they could ascend again. We don’t know in 1243, because we can’t see the future.” Download the preview here.
UNIGames [visit their website here] has released a saurian supplement for their prehistoric fantasy Cavemaster – Dinosaurs of the Lost Valley. “The canyon is a mysterious place, lush and green. Unfamiliar sounds reach you through the mists. Looking about, there are plants not seen in millions of years. Suddenly, an impossibly large creature steps out from the palms and cycads. The hairs on your fore- arms and nape prickle… It towers over you, three times your height. Its weight is measured in tons, not pounds. It welcomes you to the Lost Valley with a rumbling roar that you feel from your collar-bones to the soles of your feet. Eureka! At last you have discovered the Dinosaurs of the Lost ValleyTM!” Written by Talzhemir Mrr, it’s available for purchase from DriveThruRPG: Dinosaurs of the Lost Valley.
Columbia Games [visit their website here] has released their latest pair of HarnMaster releases including expanded content from earlier publications – City of Shiran and Pamesani Arena Map. “Shiran is Hârn’s smallest city. Located on the north bank of the Thard River near Lake Benath, it is the second-largest settlement in the Thardic Republic and capital of Shiran Province, one of six in the Republic. Shiran is one of the Republic’s economic and cultural centers. The city has a reputation for corruption and hedonism and is known throughout Hârn as the “City of Sins.”” Written by N. Robin Crossby, Edwin King, and Dave St-Pierre, they’re both available from DriveThruRPG:
LPJ Design [visit their website here] has released a new Ultimate NPC Deck for Obsidian Apocalypse. “The best heroes and villains need to be SEEN and not just talked about and with the Ultimate NPC Deck this improves the first impressions in any game does that you do by a hundredfold. The Ultimate NPC Deck Obsidian Apocalypse contains over 45 beautifully illustrated, full-color PDF card images that you can be used to connect and amuse your players with new and interesting heroes and villains. The Ultimate NPC Deck Obsidian Apocalypse has more card images than any other card deck on the market today. Ultimate NPC Deck Obsidian Apocalypse adds a new dimension of new visual flair to any fantasy RPG campaign you might be running. With the blank writable back to these PDF cards you can customize it with whatever information that you might need to records.” It’s available for purchase from DriveThruRPG: Ultimate NPC Deck: Obsidian Apocalypse.