February 2010 Archives


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February 18, 2010

SIFRP Campaign Guide Pre-Order Special

Song of Ice and Fire Roleplaying Campaign GuideWe are pleased to announce (no--really, really pleased) that you may now pre-order the Song of Ice and Fire Roleplaying Campaign Guide! Just as we did recently with Dragon Age RPG Set 1, when you pre-order the SIFRP Campaign Guide from our Green Ronin Online Store, you'll be offered the PDF of the book for free during checkout (a $20 value). You may, of course, purchase the PDF on its own if you like.

Pre-Order the SIFRP Campaign Guide

February 9, 2010

SIFRP Campaign Guide PDF Preview

SIFRP Campaign GuideWe're very pleased to present you with a PDF preview of the Song of Ice and Fire Roleplaying Campaign Guide. This preview shows you the Table of Contents and the Introduction. You'll see once you get the preview downloaded, but this book is chock-full of Westeros goodness. We can't wait to get it into your hands. With no further ado, here's the PDF preview. [http://is.gd/828r0]

Watch this space for more SIFRP Campaign Guide news in the next few days!

February 8, 2010

Notes from GR HQ

Over on MutantsAndMasterminds.com M&M game line developer Jon Leitheusser has been posting links to Wild Cards articles on Tor.com, Silver Age PDF previews, and Silver Age designer journals by Christopher McGlothlin. The Silver Age genre sourcebook for Mutants & Masterminds is coming soon.

Meanwhile, City of Freeport creator Chris Pramas updated the Freeport blog with news of the 4E Freeport Companion, just released by our friends at Expeditious Retreat Press, and with the news that we're working on a Freeport Companion for Paizo's Pathfinder Roleplaying Game.

In other Green Ronin news, the Dragon Age boxed set will hit store shelves this week! We are plugging right along on the Dragon Age Game Master's Kit and Blood in Ferelden, which will both be available soon. And finally, Family Games: The 100 Best is heading to print this week.