Dear patreons, dear readers!
It’s once again time for me to highlight some worthwhile, interesting kickstarters running at the moment, but before we do:
Swords for Hire is looking for submissions for the fourth installment of their Villain Codex-series, so if you have a cool villain in your campaign, you might want to take a look at their guidelines. Here is the link to the contest!
Universal Exploits (OSR) by Kort’thalis Publishing:
After the success of the eye-winking, sleazy homage to scifi parodies and porn spoofs Alpha Blue and the subsequent sequel, Girls Gone Rogue (review forthcoming), a third book has been funded in record time, expanding the material even further. You can find this kickstarter here!
Dynastic Races Compendium (PFRPG) by Everyman Gaming:
Alexander Augunas is a phenomenon and a truly gifted designer. His takes on both Kitsune and Samsarans revolutionized the races by making them more than a bland collection of stats and supplementing these cool races with a significant array of unique crunch as well. The simple truth that he took races I didn’t like and made them awesome bespeaks of his talent. Now he’s looking for a way to do just that for even more often neglected races in the Dynastic Races Compendium. As per the writing of this, the project is almost funded already and on track towards becoming a truly evocative racial supplement. You can find the kickstarter here!
The Lost lands: Bard’s Gate (5e, PFRPG, S&W) by Frog God Games:
The masters of truly awesome, colossal books; the people that brought us Sword of Air, Slumbering Tsar, Rappan Athuk and frankly, some of the best old-school modules ever penned. Do the frogs, at this point, require ANY introduction? Well, they have taken the metropolis of Bard’s Gate and finally expanded the book to proper Frog God Games-size, bringing you a 500+ page city supplement that doubles as the pounding heart of the Lost Lands. Frog God Games have a track-record of delivering incredible books and this one will be no different, of that I am all but certain. The book is marching towards its funding, so don’t miss out on what could well be the city-book that becomes this generation’s Ptolus. You can find this kickstarter here!
Finally, I wanted to draw your attention to a worthy piece of writing: Chuck’s Dragons. The layout-guru and all-out cool guy Chuck Wright has recently suffered through an amputation and this book is intended to provide dragons for the fans, while funneling the proceeds to help Chuck cover the costs of rehabilitation and recovery. So, if you’re a fan of Frog God Games or simply want to do something good, please take a look at this book here. Thank you.
Anyways, that’s it for now. Take care and thank you for reading – I remain, as always, yours.