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Fellowhsip of the blackened Oak

What is the Fellowship, then? It’s actually a fully written group of adventurers that makes for interesting adversaries for the PCs – either as foils or rivals. The first two pages give us and introduction for the group as well as a how-to-use and 5 sample encounters.

Raging Swan Press: Dual Format PDFs

Everyone at Raging Swan Press (well, me) have got IPads and use them regularly in-game. As well as referencing a number of jolly useful apps, we use them to access a wide-range of PDFs. Sadly, while doing so we often get frustrated by the time it takes to render each page (particularly if there are…
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Bard’s Tales II

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?

Psionics Unleashed

This book from Dreamscarred Press is a whopping 231 pages long, 1 page front cover, 2 pages editorial, 2 pages ToC, 1 page SRD and 1 page advertisement, leaving 225 pages of content. I own both the pdf, which is full-colour and the dead-tree version, which is b/w.

Showing you the Rite Pathways for the Taking!

How can you say "No" to a collection of Pathfinder haunts and templates, high-level foes and minor constructs, feats and domains, and all of it bundled together with a collected view of upcoming third-party products for the Pathfinder RPG? You’d have to be crazy to turn it down. Rite Publishing brings you Pathways, a free…
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