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We Come from the Land of the Ice and Snow!

New Kickstarter from Frog God Games!

Our friends at Frog God Games are running a Kickstarter for their The Lost Lands: The Northlands Saga Complete Hardcover for Pathfinder and we thought we'd let you know!

Where raging storms sent by malevolent spirits of the Ginnungagap howl from the Far North and bury steadings and towns alike under several feet of snow, while unnamed things of tooth and shadow hunt those who dare to emerge and brave the cold. Where the blood of fighting men and women sings in harmony with the death cries of the spear-din, and the clash of wood and steel when the shield walls meet. Where enchantments older than the race of Men linger in barrow fields and primeval forests waiting to ensnare the unwary or the foolish. This is the realm of the Norns, where they measure and cut the threads of a man’s wyrd. This is the Northlands.

The Northlands Saga Complete picks up where the Northlands Saga series of adventures released in 2010 and 2011 left off. Created by fan favorite author Kenneth Spencer and extensively developed by Greg A. Vaughan, these four adventures first introduced Frog God Games fans to the barbaric Northlands, the stalwart folk who dwell there, and the perils from savage beast and demon alike that they face.

Take a look at the rest of what Frog God Games has to offer!

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I'm in. Slumbering Tsar seems to have my players in a lot of death and destruction, which is fine, because it's a great campaign. Rappan Athuk is my favorite dungeon crawl of all time. Their Sword of Air is just an amazing sandbox to construct two or three campaigns before they actually discover the Sword of Air campaign threads.

And now they're talking about Gingunapap or Ragnarok or something akin to a Viking/Norse goodness. So I did what I always like doing. I buy FGG. If you're a DM that likes great, rewarding adventures, and your players seem to turn every other AP into a treadmill of experience that makes the characters higher level....

Try this.

Pathfinder Creative Director, Frog God Games

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Thanks Beercifer!

And THANKS PAIZO!!!!!

If you had any idea how hard I tried to find a way to at least quasi-legally use Immigrant Song in the KS video, you'd understand the big goofy grin on my face when I read the blog headline. :-D

But in the immortal words of Wayne Campbell, "No Stairway. Denied."

Thanks for the blog love!!

Paizo Employee Chief Operating Officer, Web Store Manager

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Greg A. Vaughan wrote:

Thanks Beercifer!

And THANKS PAIZO!!!!!

If you had any idea how hard I tried to find a way to at least quasi-legally use Immigrant Song in the KS video, you'd understand the big goofy grin on my face when I read the blog headline. :-D

But in the immortal words of Wayne Campbell, "No Stairway. Denied."

Thanks for the blog love!!

Great minds think alike Greg...and then there's ours. lol


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion, Modules, Roleplaying Game Subscriber; Pathfinder Comics Subscriber

Very excited about this. Although I think my bookshelf is a bit worried...

Scarab Sages

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I'm very excited about this one. I've got most of Frog God's books and they are always top notch and have a very distinct tone and style to them. I like to use them to drop into the APs I'm running as supplementary ways to round out the world. Like for example, Rappan Athuk is on the Coast of Graves in Osirian in my campaign. And the Black Monastery is being subbed in for the Cathedral of Claws in Thuvia.

Pathfinder Creative Director, Frog God Games

That sounds really cool, Duiker. I wouldn't have thought of putting RA in Osirion, but as I think about it I realize it could work really well and make for a really neat flavor. Thanks for sharing. I always like to hear how people are able to port our stuff into Golarion. It's probably the number one question I've received over the years.

For a quick and dirty, completely unofficial swap over of Golarion and FGG deities, check out the old FGG blog post here if it would be of any use to you.

Thanks!

Pathfinder Creative Director, Frog God Games

Jeff Alvarez wrote:
Greg A. Vaughan wrote:

Thanks Beercifer!

And THANKS PAIZO!!!!!

If you had any idea how hard I tried to find a way to at least quasi-legally use Immigrant Song in the KS video, you'd understand the big goofy grin on my face when I read the blog headline. :-D

But in the immortal words of Wayne Campbell, "No Stairway. Denied."

Thanks for the blog love!!

Great minds think alike Greg...and then there's ours. lol

:-D

Pathfinder Creative Director, Frog God Games

P.S. Just to piggyback on this blog post, here's a thread I'm working up of reasons you're gonna' want The Northlands Saga Complete.


No glint tunga words required Greg - I'm onboard this longship :)

Pledged my ax to the cause!

Grand Lodge

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What an awesome looking project. Just backed. I can't say enough about these guys -- they write evocative, well-balanced adventures that will challenge any seasoned player!!!

Pathfinder Creative Director, Frog God Games

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Thanks Black Dow and Brax! :-)


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FUNDED! Come sign on and help make the Stretch Goals with two days left. Frog God Games produces top quality product for Pathfinder. If you have ANY interest in a Viking/northern themed campaign, you're unlikely to ever find a better one than this.


Still have not ran this. Players have this as an option, but they really like the Stoneheart locale for the game. And they like the dungeon up there, and they are promising they will not be TPK'd in the Cathedral of Orcus like the other three groups that are now undead in Tsar.

Frog God Games

BTW, did anyone else notice that this book took #2 on Endzeitgeist's Top Ten of 2016 list?

;-)

The Exchange

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Nah, but now that you mention it, I noticed that it wasn't the only FGG book at that list ^^ (Bard's Gate made it as well). Well deserved in both cases, I might add.


I consider this completely necromanced.

"Begone, foul dwimmerlaik, Lord of Carrion! Leave the dead in peace!"

Etcetera, etcetera, etcetera. Lord of the Rings music in the background.

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