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It occurred to me that I should really jump in and let the Paizo community know about the Third-Party Thursdays (3ppt for short) event I've been running.
Every Thursday, I'm running an event at our local game store featuring adventures and materials from some of the great third party publishers out there. Our last event featured classes from Rogue Genius Games' Adventurer's Handbook: Vol. 1 and Amora Games' Liber Influxus Communis. The adventurers got to run through the excellent Twin Crossings adventure from adventureaweek.com.
Our initial announcement can be found here and the recap of that evening can be found here. We had a great time, and Owen K.C. Stephens even provided me with a couple copies of the Adventurer's Handbook that I was happy to send home with a couple of the GMs who showed up to play so they could share the awesome materials they got to test out with their home groups!
Our next adventure will feature a variety of teamwork oriented pregens from Dreamscarred Press and Amora Games running The Midnight Mirror, a highly reviewed adventure from the 2011 winner of Paizo's RPG Superstar contest, Sam Zeitlin. Read more about it here, with weekly updates every Sunday and adventure recaps every Friday at somnambulant-gamer.com.
Slated for future events, we're already looking for an adventure that will best showcase Legendary Games' new book, Gothic Campaign Compendium (definitely looking for something with a great horror vibe), and I personally want to give more people a chance to play around with some of the excellent classes and mechanics from Drop Dead Studios' Spheres of Power.
If you happen to be a third-party publisher who'd like us to showcase your products at the event, please feel free to pop me a PM. I'm more than happy to feature classes, mechanics, or adventures from the great writers and designers out there who are still looking for a little extra exposure at both our live games and on our blog. My only request is that you provide me with a table copy of your .pdf or print product for easy reference (assuming I don't already have it).