October 2010 Archives

 

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October 25, 2010

Open Design Announces Pathfinder Anthology Set in Green Ronin's Freeport

Patrons to Create New Freeport Adventures with Wolfgang Baur, Chris Pramas, and Michael Furlanetto

Open Design is launching a new adventure design project for Green Ronin's pirate campaign setting Freeport: The City of Adventure. Entitled Dark Deeds in Freeport, the 72-page book will be an official Freeport product licensed from Green Ronin, compatible with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. Patron slots for the project are available for purchase at the Kobold Store today, starting at $24.95 for Basic-level patronage.

Using the Freeport Companion: Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Edition as a resource, patrons of Dark Deeds in Freeport will work with Wolfgang Baur, Chris Pramas, and lead designer Michael Furlanetto to create an adventure that blends swashbuckling with supernatural horror in the Freeport tradition.

For more about this project and to become a patron, visit the Kobold Store.

October 10, 2010

10-10-10 Sale

Not only is this Green Ronin Publishing's 10th year, today is 10-10-10. We couldn't let this momentous occasion pass without acknowledgment, so we've placed every in-stock print book for Blue Rose, True20, and Mutants & Masterminds Second Edition on sale! (Those that weren't already on sale, that is.) Place any qualifying regularly-priced book from these categories into your basket, and the price will automatically be reduced by 65%. Help us celebrate 10 awesome years, and fill in some gaps in your Green Ronin bookshelf while you're at it.

[UPDATE: Please log in first in order for the price reduction to happen when you add the appropriate products to your basket.]

Blue Rose RPG / True20 System

Mutants & Masterminds, Second Edition

October 4, 2010

Golden Geek Award Nominations for Dragon Age, DC Adventures

Dragon Age RPG and the DC Adventures Hero's Handbook have been nominated for Golden Geek awards, for RPG Game of the Year and Best Artwork & Presentation, respectively. Both products are up against some pretty prestigious competition, so they could really use your votes, if you're so inclined. Voting is now open.

Vote in the Golden Geek Awards today