Sunday, 6 November 2011

Monstrous Garage, Gaffam's PSDs, Purple Mountain qualityness

Monstrous Garage.   My esteemed friend, Will C Pfaff of Escape Velocity Gaming, provides us with a point based strip-down and boost-up kit for a selection of monsters.  Ideal for 4e DMs who find themselves tailoring and scaling their encounters.  WCP's system is fast to use and well-illustrated.

East Gate PSD Files    I adore the computer art on Dave Graffam's Models, Photoshop file versions of the models is a great idea for people who feel restricted by PDFs and want to get in and tinker with the masonry. 

Purple Mountain I: Temple of the Locust Lord and Purple Mountain: Level 1 Battle-Map
There's some nice collaboration going on here, the creative scenario forge of Purple Duck Games with the cartographic excellence of Crooked Staff Productions, bringing us a module and massive battle-map.  At the moment I'm drooling over CSP's Battle Map which is currently a bargain at 99c and could be used as a fixed-dungeon site in any fantasy campaign.  However the rightful occupants and hidden traps of  the Level 1 dungeon-crawl are described in the very-cheap-to-modestly priced adventure module, Purple Mountain I: Temple of the Locust Lord for the Pathfinder RPG (or D&D3.5) For level one characters - perhaps the perfect purchase with the new Pathfinder Beginner Box?

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