October 2007 Archives

 

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October 31, 2007

James Lowder Interview on Dragonlance Canticle Podcast

Happy Halloween!

Hobby Games: The 100 Best editor James Lowder was just interviewed in the Dragonlance Canticle podcast. He talks about all sorts of things Dragonlance-related, as well as Hobby Games: The 100 Best (and some other stuff, too).

Dragonlance Canticle Episode 10

October 27, 2007

Now Available: True20 Expert's Handbook (PDF)

True20 Expert's HandbookThe True20 Expert's Handbook is now available in PDF format in our Green Ronin Online Store.

The first in a series of three sourcebooks spotlighting the heroic roles of True20 Adventure Roleplaying, this handy sourcebook details the expert role, including new information on skills, feats, and diverse paths suited for a variety of adventure genres. The True20 Expert's Handbook also takes an expanded look at equipment and details suitable challenges for expert characters, from traps to cunning foes and beyond. Take your characters and your adventures to the next level with the True20 Expert's Handbook.

True20 Expert's Handbook (PDF)

October 26, 2007

Another Hobby Games 100 Review

Hobby Games: The 100 BestGary at Quest for Fun has posted a review of Hobby Games: The 100 Best. He recommends the book to you if you fancy yourself a gamer or have always wanted to learn about iconic gamer games.

Read the review, or buy Hobby Games: The 100 Best.

October 25, 2007

Podcast Lovin'

Some of our products have recently had some very favorable mentions on a couple of podcasts, Have Games, Will Travel, and 2d6 Feet in a Random Direction.

In Have Games, Will Travel #103, Paul Tevis reviews Hobby Games: The 100 Best. To summarize, he really likes it.

Then, in their Episode 25, the guys at 2d6 in a Random Direction take a look at Pirate's Guide to Freeport, True20 Companion, the True20 Narrator's Kit, and Paragons. They say Pirate's Guide is "rockin'" and "really tasty" and Brian really loves the Narrator's Kit. Chris says Paragons is "awesome."

Have Games, Will Travel #103
2d6 Feet in a Random Direction, Episode 25

Cults of Freeport Cover Revealed

Our production department has sent around the final cover image for our upcoming book Cults of Freeport. Serpent People, mysterious tentacles, cultists... What's not to like? Click the below image to get a closer look:

Cults of Freeport

October 21, 2007

Now Available: Hero High Villains

Hero High VillainsFresh from the laboratory at Ronin Arts, Hero High Villains is now available in our Green Ronin Online Store. Ten new villains for your Hero High campaign, for only $4.95? That's right. For less than fifty cents per villain, you can strike terror into the hearts of your players. Get yours today!

The full villain list is included on the product's catalog page, right here:

Hero High Villains

Hobby Games: The 100 Best Review on The Armchair Critic

Hobby Games: The 100 BestHobby Games: The 100 Best has received an A+ review by James Lynch on The Armchair Critic weblog.

...Hobby Games: The 100 Best provides a rich, fascinating look at the myriad elements in the gaming world. It's a must-read book for fans of gaming, or anyone who wants to learn more about gaming.

Hobby Games: The 100 Best Review on The Armchair Critic

Bleeding Edge Adventures True20 Web Enhancements

We have posted Web Enhancement PDFs for the first six of our Bleeding Edge Adventures products, detailing how to adapt these adventures to the True20 system.

In case you're not aware of our Bleeding Edge series of adventures for the d20 System, they are designed to provide a fun alternative to the traditional fantasy dungeon crawl. They are all available in print and PDF. If you're not sure, why not pick up Bleeding Edge Adventure #5, Temple of the Death Goddess, available at the special price of just $2.95 in both PDF and print!

Bleeding Edge Adventures True20 Web Enhancements

October 10, 2007

Now Available: Iron Age PDF

Iron Age (PDF)The PDF version of Iron Age is now available in our Green Ronin Online Store.

They're the best there is at what they do, and what they do isn't very pretty. Go back to the grim days of the '80s and '90s, when super-vigilantes in leather and chains dispensed harsh justice. Iron Age looks at the darkest era of comic book history and how you can bring it to life in your Mutants & Masterminds game. It includes an overview of the period, how to create and run Iron Age characters and games, and details on the Iron Age of Green Ronin's award-winning Freedom City campaign setting. Iron Age is a shotgun blast of super-powered crime, betrayal, and vengeance. It ain't pretty, but someone has to clean up the streets.

Iron Age in our Green Ronin Online Store

October 1, 2007

Hobby Games: The 100 Best on Geekerati Podcast

Hobby Games: The 100 Best editor James Lowder was recently on the Geekerati podcast, talking with show host Christian Johnson and the geekerati regulars about what you should be Watching, Reading, and Playing.

Hobby Games: The 100 Best is now available

Listen to Geekerati: What you should be Watching, Reading, and Playing