Campaign Backdrop: Hills & Mountains
Raging Swan Press

Campaign Backdrop: Hills & Mountains

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A Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Compatible GM’s Resource by John Bennett, Creighton Broadhurst, Robert Brooks, Jeff Erwin, Fabian Fehrs, James F.D. Graham, Brian Gregory, Ben Kent, Stephen Radney-MacFarland, Josh Vogt and Mike Welham

Campaign Backdrops give you, the busy GM, all the tools you need to run a campaign set in a particular wilderness environment. Each instalment brings together—for the first time in one place—previously released material into one handy, GM friendly package. Featuring wilderness dressing, detailed random encounters, fully fleshed out villages and even a place of power all ready for immediate use in your campaign. Campaign Backdrops are the perfect accompaniment to your wilderness campaign.

Campaign Backdrops: Hills and Mountains is a compilation product. This GM’s Essential features material previously released in the following books:

  • Wilderness Dressing: Hills
  • Wilderness Dressing: Mountains
  • Random Hill Encounters
  • Random Wilderness Encounters + II
  • Urban Dressing: Mining Town
  • Places of Power: The Prismatic Tower
  • Village Backdrop: Denton’s End
  • Village Backdrop: Feigrvidr
  • Village Backdrop: Hjalward
  • Village Backdrop: Silver Bluff

    Praise for Campaign  Backdrop: Hills & Mountains

    “John Bennett, Creighton Broadhurst, Robert Brooks, Jeff Erwin, Fabian Fehrs, James F.D. Graham, Brian Gregory, Ben Kent, Stephen Radney MacFarland, Josh Vogt and Mike Welham deliver one exceedingly tight and useful toolkit here”

    –Endzeitgeist (five stars)

    Format & Delivery

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