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We have never done archetypes for the racial paragaon classes, we are more likely to add additional options. I do know wendall is working on more archetypes for the taninim, but he has been off sick so he can't respond right now.
Does [the giant's shrinking ability] only allow the giant to go up or down one size from their current size level, or can they use it to change multiple size categories as consecutive full round actions?
You can spend one full ground going from Huge to Large and then spend the round after that going from Large to Medium. The Idea was to allow the Giant to still be a Giant and go adventuring through that 5' wide door. Though this really belongs over in the In The Company of Monsters (or giants) product thread :)
We have hired a freelancer to write a In The Company of Dragons Adventure
Use of the rooms shape was inspired, then making it multilevel, like everyone else I think the name was the weak point, but I have always been one to say a place should have multiple names what the official name is , what the local name is, what the folks who use it name it, and what the enemy names it.
Great work monica you should be proud and you did all that with line art and some graph paper. I would have been interested to see what you could do with colored pencil but you did not need it.
Great to see this up on the Store Blog, Thanks Liz :)
This is a great personal joy to see out in the world. Something I have been looking forward too, the art on this one I think is our best yet, and there are some ideas here that really push the boundaries (like Giant Robots vs. Giant Monsters) from In Iron Clad.
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We do have Faces of the Tarnished Souk: An NPC collection which is part of the Coliseum Morpheon, in February/March, which will be 300+ pages.
I will think on a Jade Oath AP, we have already done our Kaidan Trilogy and I need to focus on finishing the campaign setting.
The modules we do are what folks pitch us but I will talk to Robert about it.
And yes there are more In the Company of Monsters books in the works.
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Well I am hoping someone will pitch me a 1st level Jade Oath adventure.
Yes that is a pipe dream, though you might talk to Tim Wallace, see if he will do it on his blog.
We did do The Secrets of Renegade Archetypes I and II.
Cover Illustration by Jack Holliday
Fungai, Artifacts, and Mechs, Oh My!
With our next installment to the Ruins Perilous, dangerous wonders are birthed from the spoils left by those that came before. “The Fungarium” carved itself into being from the leavings of a formerly grand banquet hall, an excursion by myceloids, and the exacting corruption of a deal with a dragon with an uncanny twist. How fare Questor candidates in a test of diplomacy between a pair of races with alien frames of reference and points of view. Ruins Perilous - The Fungarium is intended for a party of 4th level characters by Mike Welham (of Pathfinder Module: Doom Comes to Dustspawn).
Mycenoid King Art previewby Dennis Darmody
“Fire & Ice” by Bret Boyd (of Behind the Spells) is a mission of destruction for 9th level characters by Bret Boyd. Are the PCs up to the mission of destroying a minor artifact? A mission that all-but destroyed the prior party that attempt to complete it? On an island that intersects with the Plane of Fire, the party must complete their mission before an unknown nemesis lays waste to them all.
K'runk art preview by Ernanda Souza
“And so the hero fought the corrupting god, in hand the ageless brand / withstood its sickened whisperers, the knight in iron clad.” Deep within a badlands, against insurmountable foes, a party of 14th level characters finds themselves as the blood, heart, mind, muscle, and sinew of an ancient construct known as the Iron Knight. “In Iron Clad” by Alex Putnam (of Pathfinder Player's Companion: Undead Slayer's Handbook), challenges a party in this most unusual event-based adventure.
Khali Art Preview by Sam Denmark
Cartography Preview: Shrine of the Weeping King Player map (small scale preview) by Tommi Salama
Additionally, Creighton Broadhurst (of Raging Swan Press) offers up a pair of drop-in encounters, Bal’s Garden and Deluge of Death, respectively for 6th level and 13th level characters. Suitable for underground adventures, Broadhurst’s talented mind offers enjoyable one off encounters to challenge your players.
Then Steven D. Russell (of 1001 Spells) continues his demonstrable advice on how to run sandbox campaigns with Improvisation Preparation
Deluge of Death art preview by Johnny Morrow
However you slice it, this issue of Adventure Quarterly is chock full of adventure and excitement, something we all crave.
I am not talking about stuff I wrote or published. And I am going with unusual choices. Rather than ones everyone talks about.
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It was designed to be balanced with this being the only tanninan dragon in the party. Were were not trying to have a council of wyrms problem (though a lot of folks want to play that way). They are balanced against core. Comparable yes, but we did not use the race builder mechanic as there are number of balancing factors we included that were custom.
We did this as a free open playtest for 6 months before we made changes and released the final pay for version.
Once again, I love this good and the race within it. Just a quick clarification question for the racial exemplar feat, when it says cannot take ability adjustment racial traits, that is referring to racial traits that adjust ability score correct?
Also any new plans for more in the company of...I Love both the races ones like this and races with paragon classes. Here hoping for in the company of outsiders or undead. Either way keep up the great work guys.
I have slowly been working on In The Company of Blinklings (a divine merging of halfling and blink dogs), and Wretches (half hag/half orc)
We are also working on a sequal to In the Company of Dragons (The Lost Isles), and we have discussed something like Angels, Fiends but nothing more than discussions.
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