This pdf from Raging Swan Press is 26 pages long, 1 page front cover, 1 page blank inside the front cover, 1 page editorial, 1 page ToC, 1 page explaining how to read stat-blocks to novice DMs, 1 page back cover and 2 pages advertisement, leaving 18 pages for the centaurs, so let’s have a look at them!
The aim of the Bard’s Tales-series is to provide your Bards with in-game fluff to tell and thus, no game mechanics are given, but rather we are presented with stories, chants and limericks. I gave the first Bard’s Tales a severe beating, so let’s take a look how the sequel holds up, shall we?
Raging Swan Press has just released the second Bard’s Tales II by Martin Tideswell at all the usual places – E23, Paizo, RPG Drivethru, RPG Now and Your Games Now. About Bard’s Tales II A Pathfinder Roleplaying Game compatible PLAYER’S RESOURCE supplement by Martin Tideswell Do you want to play a bard, but don’t want […]
Raging Swan Press have released Bard’s Tales, a PLAYER’S RESOURCE by Megan Robertson. Compatible with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game, the stories, tales and songs within are compatible with almost any fantasy roleplaying game system.