GM’s Miscellany: Village Backdrop IV
Raging Swan Press

GM’s Miscellany: Village Backdrop IV

Regular price $11.99

 A Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Compatible GM’s Resource by John Bennett, Creighton Broadhurst, Jeff Gomez, Richard Green, Steve Hood, Greg Marks, Jacob W. Michaels, Stephen Radney-MacFarland and Mike Welham

Village Backdrops are short, richly detailed supplements that each present a single village ready to insert into almost any home campaign. Perfect for use as a waystop on the road to adventure, as an adventure site themselves or as a PC’s home, Village Backdrop present the details so the busy GM can focus on crafting exciting, compelling adventures.

This GM’s Miscellany collects together the fourth twelve Village Backdrops, along with bonus, never seen before material, together in one place.

GM’s Miscellany: Village Backdrops IV is the work of many talented designers and features the following villages:

  • Cahill Abbey (by Jacob W. Michaels)
  • Feigrvidr (by Stephen Radney-MacFarland)
  • Feyhall (by Greg Marks)
  • Greystone (by Creighton Broadhurst)
  • Macrimei (by John Bennett)
  • Ossoko Draconsha (by John Bennett)
  • Revenge (by Richard Green)
  • Shroudhaven (by Mike Welham)
  • Silver Bluff (by Mike Welham)
  • Tigley (by Steve Hood)
  • Umelas (by Jeff Gomez)
  • Vaagwol (by Greg Marks)
  • Y’taris (by Jeff Gomez)

 

Praise for GM’s Miscellany: Village Backdrops IV

“John Bennett, Creighton Broadhurst, Jeff Gomez, Richard Green, Steve Hood, Greg Marks, Jacob W. Michaels, Stephen Radney-MacFarland and Mike Welham have crafted a glorious compilation that contains some of my favorites in the whole product lines, some villages that shine like stars even in this series.”

–Endzeitgeist (five stars)

Format & Delivery

This is a digital product. Once you’ve checked out, you will receive a download link for your purchase.

This book is a Dual Format PDF. You’ll find two versions in the zip file: one optimised for printing and use on a normal computer and one optimised for use on a mobile device such as an iPad. The two versions are identical except the screen version has been compressed so it renders quicker on screen.

 


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