Jan 092013

Fans of the site may be interested to note that two brand new supplements that I’ve designed have recently released. They’re two very different products but I since they’ve released so close together I didn’t want to clutter up the front page with two separate posts.

Defenders of Midgard 

Following up the Midgard Bestiary for 4e comes a new D&D supplement for the exciting world of Midgard. I played Lead Designer but I’m in excellent company for this book features Richard Green, John Pope, Paul Baalham, and introducing Phil Wheeler.  Get it here, $4.99.

The 24-page, full-color sourcebook includes:

  1. 7 new themes for 4e D&D: Clockwork Mage, Corsair, Emissary, Midgard Elementalist, Pantheist Priest, Planewalker, and Siege Mage
  2. Gearforged Racial Powers, plus new builds and options that work especially well in the Midgard Campaign Setting
  3. New Backgrounds
  4. 2 new Schools of Magic (Clockwork Magic and Glyph Magic)
  5. New Midgard gear, designed for easy adaptation to a homebrew campaign or another published setting

Urban Dressing: Market Stalls

Raging Swan might not be a company many of our readers have heard of. Each year I swear I’m going to start writing Pathfinder material for the site and I never quite seem to get around to it. Well Creighton over at Raging Swan has finally roped me. The Urban Dressing line is a follow up to their popular Dungeon Dressing line of PDFs. Each one only costs a few bucks and will take a look at an element of urban adventuring and try to make things a bit easier for the Dungeon Master. It reminds me a lot of the Ultimate Toolbox from Alderac Entertainment. If you’re a fan of the Toolbox, rest assured that I made sure this would be a product that stood on its own.

Tired of your towns and cities being boring, bland places in which your PCs show little or no interest? Want to bring your towns and cities alive with cool, interesting minor features of note?

Then Urban Dressing is for you! Each installment in the line focuses on a different common urban fixture such as shops, stalls, thieves and so on and gives the harried GM the tools to bring such features to life with interesting and noteworthy features.

This installment of Urban Dressing presents loads of great features to add to the market stalls in your campaign. Designed to be used both during preparation or actual play, Urban Dressing: Market Stalls is an invaluable addition to any GM’s armoury! Get it here, $1.99.

Urban Dressing: Market Stalls presents:

One table (100 entries) presenting market stalls’ unique appearances and characteristics.
One table (100 entries) presenting the general type of items sold on a market stall.
One table (20 entries) presenting adventure hooks and complications ripe for use with market stalls.
One table (20 entries) presenting 20 NPCs ready to serve as the market stall’s owner.

Brian Liberge

Brian Liberge is a father of one, living in Boston, MA. Introduced to AD&D at an early age, he’s continued to update with the editions, and new games. He loves home-brewed ideas, is honest to a fault, and thinks that ideas and mechanics should absolutely be shared between systems. With a B.S. Degree in Theatre Arts, a job in Information Technology, and a love of strategy gaming, he tries to bring the best of each into his new creations for StufferShack. Check out his latest book the Midgard Bestiary for 4e, available now. Profile Page / Article Portfolio

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