The Pirate’s Guide to Freeport will be debuting at long last at Gen Con next month in Indianapolis. While we had originally hoped to get the book out sooner, it is only fitting that it come out on Freeport’s anniversary. It was 7 years ago that Death in Freeport debuted at Gen Con 2000 and […]
About Chris Pramas
Chris Pramas is an award-winning game designer and writer, and the founder and president of Green Ronin Publishing. He is best known as the designer of the Fantasy AGE RPG, the Dragon Age RPG, and Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay, 2nd Edition. He has been a creative director at Wizards of the Coast and Flying Lab Software and a lead writer at Vigil Games. Most recently he worked with Wil Wheaton on the Titansgrave web series from Geek & Sundry. Green Ronin continues to thrive under his leadership, publishing roleplaying games like Blue Rose, Mutants & Masterminds, and A Song of Ice and Fire Roleplaying.
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The nominees for the GenCon EN World RPG Awards (the “ENnies”) have been announced for 2007. Between Green Ronin’s own products and those we designed and developed for Black Industries’ Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay RPG, we have received 14 nominations and 3 Honorable Mentions. The nominations are: Best Cover Art: Ultimate Power (HM) Best Interior Art: […]
A new Designer Journal has been posted on the Freeport blog. In this installment Chris Pramas talks about what went into creating the Beyond Freeport section of the Pirate’s Guide to Freeport. This optional chapter blows Freeport out into a full campaign setting, detailing the larger world for the first time.
Chris Pramas I don’t even think it took a week after the release of Death in Freeport for people to start asking if I was going to blow Freeport out into a full campaign setting. I resisted the urge for many, many years. Part of Freeport’s appeal, after all, was that you could drop it […]
Chris Pramas The Pirate’s Guide to Freeport includes a lot of information, from history and personalities to plots and GM advice. The heart of the book though is the nine chapters that describe the city’s districts and key locations. Astute readers may have noticed that I mentioned nine chapters, when the city previously only had […]
There is a two page preview for the Pirate’s Guide to Freeport in the April issue (#86) of Game Trade Magazine. It details one of many new additions to the City of Adventure, the Chambers Asylum. See where Freeport houses the insane and the deranged and check out the format used for all the locations […]