Ordo Draconis 2 (Dragon Warriors/PFRPG) PDF (based on
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Legend goes Pathfinder RPG—taste this classically atmospheric fantasy setting using both original rules and PFRPG!
The second issue of Ordo Draconis, the journal of the Dragon Warriors Roleplaying Game, expands its horizons to feature nearly three times the content and artwork of the first issue and adds statistics for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game! This new volume focuses on Cornumbria, a Saxon and Celt-inspired coastal region in the west of Ellesland.
Players and GMs will find plenty of material to fuel their campaigns, including:
"For Whom the Bell Tolls", a 36-page murder mystery based around a Cornumbrian abbey, featuring 10, full-colour maps.
The Thane, a new warrior class for Dragon Warriors
Darbon Barony, an in-depth look at a Cornumbrian fief
Codex Cryptozoologica, featuring the horrid Buggane
Fireside Tales, a spooky story from the Coronach Marshes
Location! Location! Location!, an 18-page exploration of Eastmarch: a town set amidst the swirling mists of the Coronach Marshe, including a map of the town and an area map of the Fief.
Along the Road, a series of mini-encounters to spice up your campaigns
The Thuland Campaign, the second in a series relating an epic PBM campaign
A review of Magnum Opus' newest release, "Friends or Foes"
What's in a Name?: authentic Cornumbrian words and phrases
Stats for Dragon Warriors and The Pathfinder Roleplaying Game
The next issue of Ordo Draconis is already in production, with a planned release date in early June. It will be also be dual statted for Pathfinder and Dragon Warriors.
This time we focus on the Khanates; a vast sea of grass that is the home of many tribes of fierce Nomads and their cruel shamanic masters. Adventures, locations and monsters from this region will all be explored, as will the Shaman class.
We will also return to Cornumbria for two adventures; one set in Eastmarch amidst the swirling mists of the Coronach Marsh whilst a second will reprise our visit to the Abbey of St Columba and the perilous catacombs that burrow into the rock beneath the ancient Holy Seat.
We are also still interested in new submissions till March 26th, so if you have an idea for an article, drop me a line at s(dot)k(dot)dove(at)bham(dot)ac(dot)uk
There is no need to understand Dragon Warriors; we accept articles statted for PF and convert them, or vice versa.
In an attempt to be succinct let me put it this way, I really liked this product. It is a solid 97 pages of gaming goodness, full of ideas, very well written and with great layout and cartography. Illustrations are sparse but appropriate, of excellent quality and best of all very flavorful.