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Thanks end.

Updated file based on Endzeitgeist's review.

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Pathways of Ruin!

How can you say "No" to a FREE collection of Pathfinder templates, digital realms, interviews, encounters, and another new Comic by Jacob Blackmon. If you say no designer Steven D. Russell and artist Chris "Soundlust" Smith will send a Ruination Ogre Barbarian after you!

Rite Publishing brings you Pathways, a free 'zine packed with plenty of Open Gaming Content for you to take to the table. You'll find articles by Steven D. Russell (1001 Spells), Liz Winters (Lone Wolf Development), and Creighton Broadhurst (Raging Swan Press). You will also find reviews of the best 3PP material available, plus an interview with Joshua "KTFish7" Guillion of

Get your copy for FREE HERE!

Thanks for getting it up Liz!

$2,583 pledged, 143% funded, 101 backers, 18 days to go!

And we have two free pdfs you can preview.

Here are a preview of two images from the book.

Beautiful Silk Tiger by Tsutsuji-Sakai

Mneumonic Warrior by Taregh D. Saber

It would be fine for all ranged touch attacks, but not line or cone effects since those don't require attack rolls.

WRoy wrote:

Monkeygod - glad you're digging the paragon class! I don't think any paragon classes from the In the Company of series have unique favored class bonuses. Each paragon class uses unique rules and is only accessible to one race, so personally I'm not sure if there is a need for a paragon FCB. The main purpose of racial FCBs is to make a class have thematically different options by race, and a paragon class by its very nature already does that. If Rite decides to do a print compilation of the series, however, I'll make sure the idea at least gets mentioned.

Yes but I did do some in Pathways articles. Though I did not do them for the Paragon Classes, it skipped my brain I probably should/could have (Parts of that series predates the mechanic.)

It was updated in Heroes of the Jade Oath, I have just not had the time to update those to the individual PDFS yet.

Here are 2 preview image from the book.

Beautiful Silk Tiger by Tsutsuji-Sakai

Mneumonic Warrior by Taregh D. Saber

Arkady Zelenka wrote:
I'm still waiting for manuals of improvement 3.

Mike has been really busy, and we have not given him time to work on this. We have been making him do our Ruin Perilous supplements for Adventure Quarterly, and work on the 101 Not So Random Encounters.

I will see if we can let him out of the Circle of Rites to work on that sometime ;)

Thanks to Liz for the mention of Faces of the Tarnished Souk Kickstarter.

Looks like you found what you were looking for with our Kaidan stuff but if ever your looking for something that is less samurai drama and more Wuxia you can try Infernal Romance at Moon Temple for our Heroes of the Jade Oath setting.

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ruemere wrote:

I would like to mention another of my personal favorites, 101 Not So Random Encounters: Urban.

The shortest way to describe it: The Godfather. With all implications of this being a monster encounter book.


Yeah, Mike Welham said when I handed it to him to do the next one, that I had put an Adventure Path in an encounter chart :)

I am very proud of that one.

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"Victory without courage is chance. Victory without risk is hollow. Victory without loss is impossible."[i/] —Kung Fu Tse

Get your copy at the Paizo Store

Far to the East, where the Silk Road leads you will find those who blend the arts of warrior and wizard serving strange local Factions. Such as the [i]Beautiful Silk Tigers a uniquely gifted guild of courtesans who cater to wealthy and powerful clientele in need of bodyguards, assassins, and seers; The Order of the Ashen Dragons whose research methods of containing and using corruption, curses and spellblights; And the Stone Monkey Path a collection of revolutionaries and masked vigilantes. These and many more bring added detail and a sense of immersion to those adventuring in the Lands of the Jade Oath or for use in any campaign set in the exotic Far East.

New magus favored class options for all the new races introduced in Heroes of the Jade Oath such as the Dahren giants, the Mandragoran plant folk, and the accursed Verrik, so you can make even more unique characters. It also introduces new Ofuda and Spells.

You will also find a host of new magus archetypes including:

    Curse Eater: so you can play a magus who has conquered a curse and made its power work for you.
    Lantern Warrior: who champion a personal cause, allowing you to take up the role of an errant champion
    Martial Alchemist: who blends alchemy and martial arts so you can play a truly unique mystical warrior.
    Mnemonic Warrior: which allows you to tap into the collective memory of the greatest magi in history, allowing you to play a truly exotic warrior poet.
    Threadcasters: patient spiders who blend in to their environment while appearing to be harmless courtesans or simple maidens awaiting the pleasure of their guests, allowing to truly be a Beautiful Silk Tiger.
    Warrior of Fortune: a truly unique archetype that blends the arts of the magus with the karma of the Far East so you can play a mercenary who drifts on the winds of fate.

Author: Frank Carr
Cover Artist: Yvan Quinet
Pages: 29

Thanks Liz.

Full-Size Free Preview.

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gamer-printer wrote:

As far as Rite Publishing settings go, there is the Kaidan setting of Japanese horror (PFRPG). While the campaign guide books are still in development, already released are:

Note that Gamer Printer is the Mastermind behind Kaidan :)

Thanks for all the Kickstarter love folks.

Thanks every one I appreciate the love

Do y'all have recommendations for the Rite things to look at after the 101, 30, and template series?

More monster fun The Book of Monster Templates

Get you class options with The Secrets of Adventuring

Get your racial options with In the Company of Monsters

And an awesome adventure The Breaking of Forstor Nagar

memorax wrote:
Any idea idea when we can order the print edition again?

I did not know it was out of stock so I will see what I can do.

$1,709 pledged, 94% funded, 72 backers, 28 days to go. With ENnie award winning game designer Ben McFarland lined up as our first guest author stretch goal.

I use the heck out of All That Glimmers by Raging Swan Press.

30 Npcs Right now, with statblocks for low, mid, and high level of play.

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On an impossible island far across the Slumbering Sea, there churns a shadowy marketplace known as the Tarnished Souk. The motley faces of this bazaar of the bizarre include merchants, mages, and walking nightmares, each providing their own unique goods and services, each selling dreams, buying miracles, and trading lives as readily as coin. After entering the Souk's weird and winding aisles, the question for a dreamer is not whether they have what you want, but rather: are you willing to pay their price?

Faces of the Tarnished Souk provides:

    A host of complex and unique NPCs that a GM can easily drop into nearly any campaign.
    Each NPC features ingenious stat-blocks crafted using a staggering array of classes, templates, magic items, feats, and traits, including dozens of wild new elements and combinations, that will surprise and challenge nearly any PC.
    Every entry includes game statistics for low, middle, and high challenge ratings, so that they are suitable for all levels of play.
    Each comes with easy-to-use tactics, personal histories, motivations, lore DCs, secrets, and insights into each NPC's most carefully guarded dreams.
    This product presents each NPC so that it can serve as either friend or foe, as well as providing a service or product so they always help to generate evocative encounters for anyone who steps up to see what they have to offer.

The Faces of the Tarnished Souk Kickstarter is seeking money to add an additional 57 pieces of art to this product (We already have 30+ pieces). The manuscript by Matt Banach and Justin Sluder is already complete, the editing is done, plus the initial layout is complete. All we have to do is insert the additional art and then go to press. We expect to release on or before Oct 2014. This will be a 271+ page, 8.5x11 B&W Hardcover.

You can find out more HERE

Yeah this was a mistake on my part.

Its different mechanically.

gbonehead wrote:
Damon Griffin wrote:

Is this the same product advertised in July 2010, for which I became a charter subscriber (issues #1-4 for $25.00?)

I've got three old emails including one from (webadmin AT adventure-quarterly that reads:

Michael Griffin,

Thanks to your order, 10, at Adventure Quarterly PDF Store you now have a new role, charter subscriber.

Thanks again,
Adventure Quarterly PDF Store
Adventures for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game
Hillsboro, OR 97123

I was #11 :)

Did you get your copies? If not please contact me.

Secerts of the Masked Reveler is now in layout, and we have decided to do a Kickstarter for the Faces of the Tarnished Souk Compilation.

Rite Designs update.

Also if you check out the Recent issues of the free Pathways e-zine we updated all the races with Favored class options for the Races we did in In the Company of Monsters.

Conflict Games wrote:

Please take a moment to check out the Combat Description Cards over on Kickstarter. We think you are going to love it...

Combat Description Cards - Kickstarter


Thank you.

Interesting this is something me and author Bill Collins have discussed a need for.

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You will be missed.

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That's Rite :)

Thanks for the mention!

Now available at the paizo store !

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I want to thank Liz for making sure this went up on time and that we got to do a same day release for both the print and pdf.

The preview images are left to right.
cartography by Tommi Salama,
Auralcat by Jack Holliday,
Deathstalker by Gordon Napier,
and Grenneck Shieldfist by Ian Greenlee

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Legacy of the Fishermage Cartography by Tommi Salama

Auralcat by Jack Holliday

Grenneck Shieldfist by Ian Greenlee

Deathstalker by Gordon Napier

Welcome to the world of publishing where release dates are rarely accurate :)

I expect I will be a backer.

The Adventure Quarterly Relaunch!

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Welcome to the latest issue of Adventure Quarterly, now with new hand drawn cartography by Tommi Salama and all original art to help create encounters and stories you want to be a part of. Where creative designers cut their teeth, or continue to sink seasoned canines, into the meat of what makes an enjoyable adventure.

Ruins Perilous, Level 3, The Sensodrome: Immerse yourself in the Sensodrome. At one time this magnificent subterranean concert hall that has been transformed in to puzzle traps for all your senses A location adventure for 3rd level PCs that tests the mettle of adventurers by Mike Welham.

Legacy of the Fishermage: A unique new quest adventure for 9th level characters from Michael Allen, The Salmon of Wisdom who ate the acorns that fell from the Tree of Knowledge has spawned again and the ogre, Grenneck Shieldfist, is close to finding it and succeeding where the Fishermage who long sought for it, failed.

Paradox: This gauntlet of combat and temporal conjecture, throws the PC into the midst of a disintegrating multiverse, can the PCs set things right or will all they have adventured for be for nothing? A great capstone adventure for long running campaigns and 18th level characters by Bret Boyd

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Yes it works with the toppling spell feat, no it does not work with greater magic weapon, because its not a true weapon its just a magical force effect the same way spiritual weapon is,

Thanks for getting this up Liz.

I think not being in the right place is my fault as I was in a rush and forgot to get it in the right category, Liz can you fix my mistake please?

FREE Pathways #36: Endzeitgeist's Best of 2013, come and read the list of the best 3rd Party Pathfinder Products according to the subject's most prolific reviewer. Trust me its your shopping list.

You can also check out all the new and free content HERE!

Yeah John this is a awesome book. and I recommend the Pathfinder version.

Thanks for the mention :)

ShadowcatX wrote:

So you released it for free, decided you could make money off it instead, sabotaged all the free versions, then released it for pay?

No, it was never free, I released it as a bonus to an existing PDF and Print product, 1001 Spells had been out for several months and I added the file at no additional cost, but at a minimum you had to pay $19.99 for the PDF or $39.99 for the print version, I never told anyone I was going to add this on because it was not the original plan.

My original plan was to always sell it through Hero Lab.

I did not sabatoge it, it was a result of the way Hero Lab works, my not understanding that's how Hero Lab works, and my call not to have the coder do a massive amount of extra work that we could not pay for at the time to make it so both the free and the pay version would work. Rather if it became a customer service issue we would get a person set up with it or we would refund the customer (as we just did for Saint Bernard).

Yes I released it for pay, this is my day job.

I wanted to mention Rogue Genius games 110 Spell Variants series (volumes 1-3, is my current personal favorite, though I also backed Deep Magic and am awaiting its release. (which is 35% off right now).

Thanks to everyone for the mention of 1001 spells (hey its 30% off for the PDF and the Print right now)

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Greetings this is our biggest sale of the year.

We are doing 30% off all our PDFS products at the paizo store

We are also doing 30% off select print products including

The Secrets of Adventuring (PFRPG)

The Demolished Ones (FATE)

Lords of Gossamer & Shadow (Diceless) .

The sale runs till March 10th!


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Manuscript is finished, playtesting is done, 1st editing pass is done, it in the middle of its final editing pass, we are putting together Art Descriptions, then it will go to layout, then proofing, and finally release.

I don't make projections about release dates because they are always wrong. But i post about where we are on it every week on my Blog

The sale starts at paizo on GMs day, March 4th.

We have not reformatted the file for OBS/lightning source yet.

Because the existing Coliseum Morpheuon was done as a print run by at that time print/distribution partner Cubicle Seven i don't control the price.

Paizo has it on sale 10% off HERE.

You can also get it here Coliseum Morpheun for 10% off.


Saint Bernard wrote:

I pre-ordered 1001 Spells here on Paizo and at the time the PDF and file were included with the hard cover.

Order # 1853208
Placed November 11, 2011
Purchaser Douglas Ervin

If I need to purchase the file from Hero Labs I will.


Working on it, is this email also your hero lab license email?

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