Paizo Publishing®, LLC Celebrates "Paizo Five"
Paizo announces their GameMastery Modules line!
Paizo Publishing turns five this year and, to celebrate, they've promised their most aggressive and exciting line-up of games and gaming products to date! Starting with February and continuing through the end of the year, Paizo will make at least one Paizo Five announcement each month. These major announcements will cover new and exciting products, company changes, and a late summer release of a line of products Paizo's never produced before.
The Paizo Five announcement for February is a line of stand-alone adventures called GameMastery Modules. GameMastery Modules will be 32-page, high quality, full-color, OGL-compatible adventures for use with your favorite d20 fantasy RPG and will retail for $12.99 USD. They will be available at your local hobby store or bookstore and online at paizo.com.
GameMastery Module D1: Crown of the Kobold King releases this June and pits low-level players against an evil Kobold King and his minions who've spilled forth from their dungeon to menace a local village. Written by fan favorite author Nicolas Logue, Module D1 will be the backdrop for a huge, three-dimensional "delve" event premiering at Origins 2007.
GameMastery Module W1: Conquest of Bloodsworn Vale releases in July and sends mid-level players into the wilderness of Bloodsworn Vale to tame the monsters within. Module W1 is written by Jason Bulmahn.
GameMastery Module D2: Seven Swords of Sin releases at Gen Con in August and challenges mid-level players to thwart an evil enchantress who has stolen the fabled Seven Swords of Sin and stored them deep within her deadly dungeon lair. Module D2 will be the backdrop for Paizo's second summer "delve" event held at Gen Con Indy. This product is unique in that its story was written by an established designer but its room content was written via an internal Paizo Publishing "Deadliest Room" contest. If you want to give your players a challenge, run them through the bloodiest, most visceral, most heinous rooms the Paizo Publishing employees could think of.
"There are a lot of adventure products on the market," says Jason Bulmahn, Paizo's GameMastery Brand Manager and Managing Editor of DRAGON. "We are committed to delivering the highest quality adventure modules written by some of the best in the industry."
GameMastery Modules will release monthly. Stay tuned for future Modules releases.
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