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Why I Love the Southlands

For those who love high adventure in mysterious places…lost mines and desert tombs…mighty viziers and powerful djinn…jungle valleys where white apes and dinosaurs guard fabulous treasure…. the Southlands Kickstarter is here. Allow me to confess my deep and abiding love for all things wild and free, dangerous and ancient, roguish, magical, and lost in a…

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Review: The Grudgebearer by J. F. Lewis

The members of the race called the Eldrennai have pointed ears and live a long time. They created a race of warrior slaves called the Aren and then they crafted a plant-like race called the Vael, who were designed to appeal to the Aren. The main reason behind the creation of the Arens was to…

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Available Now: New Paths Compendium for Hero Lab

A few days ago, we shared with you that New Paths Compendium was coming out for Hero Lab, and now the files are available! In total, you can expect to see seven new and expanded classes from Level 1 to 20, plus the following: 28 new archetypes for monks, ninjas, gunslingers, barbarians, fighters, clerics, and…

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Collection of Curiosities: On the Cultists’ Altar

After the adventurers deal with the cultists, or when they stumble upon a more benign sacred area, it’s time to explore the area. You can roll randomly for a result below, use the handy number provided with each entry to figure out your result on a d12. You can also pick the one that works…

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Southlands: Favorite Player Options

The assagi stabbing spear…Aeromancers exchanging their spells for air-themed powers…werelions!…animal hide armors…zebra mounts…the huge elemental companions of the Tamasheq paladins…the Kijani, a playable race of symbiotic plants…tactical feat trees of the Narumbeki Legions…the bounty of poisons and medicinal plants of the Living Jungle of Kush… The Southlands project has generated an amazing slate of player…

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