Shadowed Keep on the Borderlands opens up with several pages dedicated to briefing a prospective GM on how to read and run the material within; from the anatomy of an encounter to the identification of treasure, these segments provide a concise crunchy rundown–and could well serve as cheat sheets for future reference, if one were so inclined. Along with the table of stat blocks organized by challenge rating is also included a rather keen bit of poetry in reference to the Shadowed Keep itself–a nice bit of extra fluff for the adventure!
This adventure from Raging Swan Press is 95 pages long, 1 page front cover, 2 pages advertisements, 1 page SRD, 1 page back cover, 2 pages editorial, 1 page ToC, 1 page statblocks by CR (and a cool rhyme for your bard!), leaving 86 pages of content, so let’s check out Raging Swan’s latest adventure!
This week, Raging Swan Press is proud to announce the release of Shadowed Keep on the Borderlands a Pathfinder Roleplaying Game compatible adventure for 1st-level characters by Creighton Broadhurst A ruined monument to folly and ego, the Shadowed Keep stands atop an isolated bluff deep in a mist-wreathed forest. Sacked by marauding goblins decades ago […]
This second instalment of Rite Publishing’s relatively new Lone Tree Games imprint focusing on glueless paper models is ambitious to say the least: This time, we don’t get the tools to build a modular dungeon, but rather the tools to assemble a full-blown keep. Will it adhere to the first instalments high quality standards or is this too broad a scope for such a product?
In tradition with the series of excellent and beautiful maps that has continuously received top ratings from yours truly, the pdf begins with a one-page overview of the map before offering 17 pages of the same map, blown up for use with miniatures in both full colour and grayscale. All the maps come with grids that facilitate using them as combat terrain.