Friday, November 12, 2010

Quick Hit: New Stuff, Early Success

Just a quick hit tonight, but it's a good one!

I just posted Complete Characters #7: Sir Aric Devilkin, Evil Knight, Demon's Son up at DriveThru. I'm hoping that it will fly off the metaphorical shelves, seeing as it's perfect for any fantasy campaign, whether it's D&D, Pathfinder, Palladium, or whatever. It features more stellar artwork from Joseph Scott Lawn, who I have now convinced to blog, so check him out. First person to purchase this Complete Character gets the next one (also for your fantasy game) for free!

Complete Characters #6: Noriax, Ancient Robotic Terror has been up for 72 hours now and is doing well. Actually, I'm pleased to report that it's currently #58 on the Top 100 Small Press list at DriveThru. It's a great addition to your space opera/sci-fi/mecha/futuristic game.

More detailed descriptions of each follow, so go get 'em while they're hot! And don't forget that #1-#5 are still up for free download as well.

Sir Aric Devilkin and his dark attendants have been searching the country for some unknown treasure for the past two years, laying waste to town after town along the way. He does nothing to deny the whispers that he's the son of a demon, and his cruelty only enforces it. Within this premium RPG module you'll find the complete description of Sir Aric, his immediate history, and his nefarious methods, plus stats on his minions, rumors of items of power, and tons of optional tweaks and adventure hooks. Perfect for your fantasy campaign, and suitable for quick adaptation to any game system.

An ancient race was once locked in a war for its survival. Its greatest weapon, a massive robotic drone known as Noriax, was left behind and has now been activated, unleashing its indiscriminate, unstoppable force against the whole of the known galaxy. Get full stats, custom illustration, and source material on Noriax, plus adventure hooks and details on its path of destruction so far. As a bonus, get full stats and description of the ancient Eirie, the ancient race that created Noriax.


A.L. said...

Glad to hear these are doing well. Keep it up!

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