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ChaoticBlues

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  1. For 10,000 years and more, empires have risen under the aegis of those that have gone before, rising to heights undreamed of, but all will come to ashes in the end! A truly epic adventure saga, Aegis of Empires, is here for 5th Edition DnD, Pathfinder RPG (1st Edition), and Pathfinder Second Edition! This spectacular 600-page fantasy-horror adventure path can be played in any world but is specifically designed for the incredibly detailed Lost Lands Setting (which project lead Greg Vaughan spent nearly a decade perfecting with the classic adventures of Necromancer Games and Frog God Games
  2. One more reason to start looking into a 3D printer...
  3. The Grand Duchy of Reme awaits! Starting in 2002 Necromancer Games began populating its Lost Lands campaign setting one adventure at a time. The Grand Duchy of Reme is the region home to classic adventures released by Necromancer Games for D20/3.x and Frog God Games for Pathfinder, Swords & Wizardry and Fifth Edition. More than 10 adventures have brought life to the Grand Duchy of Reme. The Lost Lands Campaign Sourcebook funded in January is expected to be over 700 pages and all of them are full of information. By necessity each region was described broadly, but there are still a
  4. About The Origins of the Lost Lands For almost 20 years, glimpses into the world of the Lost Lands have been revealed in the publications of Frog God Games and Necromancer Games. The Lost Lands contain locations now legendary in the annals of roleplaying, from the depths of the massive dungeons of Rappan Athuk, to the city of Bard’s Gate, the Desolation of Tsar, the Blight, the demon-tainted Sundered Lands, the chaotic tumult of the Borderland Provinces, and the fabled Northlands. These publications offered hints of the sweeping scope, deep history, and epic grandeur o
  5. The City that Dripped Blood An Adventure for Fifth Edition and Swords & Wizardry! Frog God Games is proud to announce The City that Dripped Blood, the first in a four part series centered in and around the city Temelpa. This mid-level adventure is written by D & D Legend Steve Winter, whose credits include over 30 years of best selling games, adventures, and supplements for some of the most popular RPG companies in the industry. He has played a part in many of the most beloved titles from Star Frontiers to the Fifth Edition rule books. He was a contributor most recently to the
  6. Well I'm in. Looks like I'm getting the S&W version this time around.
  7. We can only hope. Although, I'd expect Icebound, or an updated ToH, to be KS'ed first to gauge interest.
  8. I've been ruining Northland Saga for over a year now, and the book still looks nearly new. This despite, playing (almost) once a week, and some admittedly casual abuse from use. Heck, my copy of the PF Tome of Horrors Complete looks equally as good, despite getting it way back when it was first published. It's seen even more usage over the years. I can't say the same for my copy of the PF Core book, It shows far more damage even though it's not even half as thick as either book. Books from Frog God may not be indestructible, but they come awfully close to it.
  9. I love the ships, and I'd use them, but I just can't afford to in on this one. Esp since I'd want several.
  10. For my self, I'm in it for the PF update book. Although I am wondering how hard it'd be to convert 5ed to pathfinder form some of the stretch goal adventurers. Also I'd like an Art book. I don't normal go for Art books, I'd make an exception in this case. I asked, but their answer was "we'll see"
  11. Link Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys and Girls! Gamers of all ages! Going down? Frog God Games is proud to present Rappan Athuk, THE DUNGEON OF GRAVES! The Granddaddy of all Megadungeons is back for Fifth Edition! Mock-up hardcover with actual cover design. Characters will test their mettle against puzzles, tricks, and traps a-plenty; test their grit and steel against monsters and foes lurking around every corner; and at the end of it all awaits the Big Daddy himself, Orcus. These are truly adventures worth winning. — “I once killed a man, just
  12. It is time to set a course for adventure in your 5th Edition and Pathfinder RPG games with a spectacular set of pirate plunder and aquatic adventure on the seven seas and exotic ports of call with the Pirate Campaign Compendium from Legendary Games! Whether you want to run interludes across the ocean or along the coastal plain or to undertake a full-on nautical campaign, from pure aquatic fantasy to historical high seas adventure, from sea serpents to booming broadsides, you'll find a wealth of amazing accessories in the Pirate Campaign Compendium! The base version of the book c
  13. I find this one very tempting, esp since I'm playing a Viking flavoured campain. I'll have to hit the remind button, and then see what I can afford.
  14. I finally broke down and pledged for two. Currently I'm eye-balling the Forsaken Sea, and Barren Wilderness. Oddly enough, they should be the right size for my dinning room table.
  15. Me too. The only thing holding me back is that I really wanted the 1.25" mats, but 1" mats won't kill me. It's a hard choice either way.
  16. While I'm tempted, all I want are the city tiles. I think I'll have to wait for the retail launch.
  17. Any time. I'm in this for the table top Tokens my self. However, if they get the cards unlocked I may go for that as well.
  18. http://kck.st/2AXamrg About Reborn Frog God Games' wants to unleash the next iteration of its iconic Tome of Horrors series for 5th Edition (Swords & Wizardry & Pathfinder fans see More Details Section below). Hordes of sinister adversaries, restless dead, and other horrific monstrosities to gleefully challenge your players' expectations. Bursting with hundreds of creatures, new additions as well as converted classics, in a library-bound and stitched full color volume, the next Tome of Horrors will be a must have for your 5th edition campaign
  19. Yes, but we can agree that it's a start. Aww crud, it looks like we broke Kickstarter again.
  20. Silly OneBoot, you always need pack animals. Look freaken awesome though don't it. The artist deserves kudos for that one. OC he/she deserves kudos for all the artwork I've seen so far.
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