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Review – In The Company of Lurkers (PFRPG)

  Earlier this week Rite Publishing introduced a new playable race to the Pathfinder roleplaying game with the release of the In The Company of Lurkers sourcebook. I think these secretive creatures could provide interesting character options both for players and NPC-s.    The lurkers is a race which was created by an accident from gnomes and cloakers,… Read More »

Review – FotTS: Smiles-Under-the-Bed (PFRPG)

   On this week Rite Publishing released another expansion for their Faces of Tarnished Souk NPC series for Pathfinder,  FotTS: Smiles-Under-the-Bed. As always, the supplement contains a high level character with her extensive statistics and background information, so we could readily use it in our campaigns.    The current character is a cat-like nightmare, called Smiles-Under-the-Bed, who is… Read More »

Review – 101 Not So Random Encounters: Urban (PFRPG)

On this week Rite Publishing released a new supplement for Pathfinder, titled as 101 Not So Random Encounters: Urban. From now on the players have a chance to run into various monsters in the middle of the city, most of them disguised as something else.    The book focuses on the members of on branch of the Fold,… Read More »

Review – Way of the Samurai (PFRPG)

   This week Rite Publishing released a new Pathfinder supplement for their Kaidan setting: Way of the Samurai.  This new sourcebook by Jonathan McAnulty is both a faction guide to the samurai clans of Kaidan, and both a supplement to support oriental – mainly samurai – characters.    Visually Way of the Samurai provides the same excellent quality… Read More »

Review – FotTS: Po’Kesteros, the Lostling (PFRPG)

   Rite Publishing released another NPC supplement for their Faces of Tarnished Souk product line : FotTS : Po’Kesteros, the Lostling. For now this high-level NPC series for Pathfinder features an interesting half-elf with extreme luck who could have a strange effect on the character’s life. The character    Po’Kesteros is an interesting character, who could serve many… Read More »

Review – 101 Combat Feats (PFRPG)

   I don’t know what’s your opinion about this, but I think as Pathfinder (and D&D) players we could never have enough feats to define every single character we could dream up. Of course, it’s often include our character’s unique combat style and abilities, and his combat tricks. With the release of 101 Combat Feats from Rite Publishing… Read More »

Review – Adventure Quarterly #1 (PFRPG)

   Yesterday Rite Publishing started an entirely new product line for Pathfinder with the release of the Adventure Quarterly Issue #1. It’s a product directed at Game Master’s, featuring what we need the most: help to mastering memorable and interesting adventures to our players.     To this end Adventure Quarterly Issue #1 is packed with content : in… Read More »

Review – 101 Magus Feats (PFRPG)

   On 1st of April Rite Publishing released another nice addition to the Pathfinder roleplaying-game : 101 Magus Feats. Counting Secrets of the Magus it’s the second of their supplements about this excellent class, and they add even more options to those players who like to play this already adaptable class.    So what we receive now ?… Read More »

Review – FotTS Gobseck Vaultwright, Meister of the Golden Anvil

   A new NPC supplement arrived from Rite Publishing to continue their Faces of Tarnished Souk series : FotTS Gobseck Vaultwright, Meister of the Golden Anvil. The new NPC is no other, than the personal banker of the Khan of Nightmares. The character    Gobseck Vaultwright is a very powerful – both in combat or with his financial/political… Read More »

Review – The Secrets of the Inqusitor (PFRPG)

  Yesterday Rite Publishing added a new sourcebook to one of their most successful Pathfinder product lines, The Secrets of the Inquisitor. As the name implies the book contains a great deal of options for the title character class.    At first I must say that I’m a little bit biased, as I’m not a great fan of… Read More »

Review – FotTS Xoti the Usurper (PFRPG)

  Rite Publishing made a new addition to their Faces of Tarnished Souk NPC series, Xoti the Usurper.  Our new NPC is a demigod (godling), who could a benefactor or a trouble-maker for the players, based on the circumstances. The character   If I take a look at the background of Xoti, the Usurper I cannot help but… Read More »

GM’s Day sale at DriveThruRPG (March 1-7)

   Do you know that March 4th is GM’s Day ? Well, it is, and how better to celebrate than by adding new books to our ever-growing collection ?    It seems that the guys at DriveThruRPG had them same idea in mind, as they started a one week long sale from March 1st to 7th, and they… Read More »

Review – 101 Barbarian Feats (PFRPG)

   Do you like barbarians ? I’m sure you do ! They are an iconic and natural part of many fantasy setting as a human force of nature. I think the recently released 101 Barbarian Feats from Rite Publishing is a great sourcebook for those barbarian-fans who play the Pathfinder RPG.    As you may guess 101 feats… Read More »

Review – The Secrets of Tactical Archetypes II (PFRPG)

  Yesterday Rite Publishing released The Secrets of Tactical Archetypes II, a new sourcebook for the Pathfinder RPG. In the supplement you could find more than a dozen archetypes for different classes, which are mostly tactical teamwork or team support focused, bringing unique abilities and new options to characters.   There are many original ideas here, like shadow… Read More »

Review – FotTS Khufusiris, the Crooked Sleuth of Unfathered Sin (PFRPG)

  Last week Rite Publishing released a new Pathfinder RPG supplement for their Faces of the Tarnished Souk NPC series : Khufusiris, the Crooked Sleuth of Unfathered Sin. The book introduced the friendly looking criosphinx to the game, with several new additions to the Pathfinder system. The character   Story-wise Khufurisis is a very interesting character : he… Read More »

Review – 1001 Spells (PFRPG) by Rite Publishing

  Do you like new spells ? Do you play Pathfinder ? Well, then I guess you will be as enthusiastic as I am when you take a look at the newly released 1001 Spells (PFRPG) book from Rite Publishing.   I have to say, even the sheer size of this collection (again : 1001 spells on 296… Read More »

Review – 101 Pirate and Privateer Traits (PFRPG)

   On this week Rite Publishing released a new book in their 101 series for the Parthinder RPG : 101 Pirate and Privateer Traits. As you may guess, the book contain 101 traits, suitable mostly for sea-related campaigns. The publisher is well-known for their extensive collection of Pathfinder additions, including not only the 101 Series, but the #30… Read More »

Review – #30 Haunts for Kaidan (PFRPG)

  The #30 Haunts for Kaidan, released by Rite Publishing is an expansion for two of the publisher’s successfull Pathfinder product lines in a single book. While it’s expand upon the lore regarding Kaidan, their Oriental themed game setting, it’s also continues their successful #30 series. The #30 series already contain several books about haunts, based on if… Read More »

Review – The Secrets of the Oracle (PFRPG)

Rite Publishing recently released The Secrets of the Oracle, a new Pathfinder supplement. Focusing on the title class, the book greatly expand upon the character options presented in Paizo’s core products.   The Secrets of the Oracle is Rite Publishing‘s new class based sourcebook in their Secrets series. We receive many new character options, including six new mysteries,… Read More »

Review – 101 Hazards and Disasters (PFRPG)

  I think a Game Master need more than enemies to challenge their players. From a simple storm though diseases to supernatural dangers roleplaying games always featured challenges which couldn’t be overcome with stunning displays of swordsmanship, archery or offensive spells. 101 Hazards and Disasters really add a lot of options into the Game Master’s hand to make… Read More »