GM's Miscellany: Dungeon Dressing (PFRPG)

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A Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Compatible GM's Resource by Ben Armitage, Alexander Augunas, Aaron Bailey, John Bennett, Creighton Broadhurst, Jeff Erwin, James Graham, Brian Gregory, Eric Hindley, Ben Kent, Thomas King, Greg Marks, Andrew J. Martin, Jacob W. Michaels, Julian Neale, Chad Perrin, David Posener, Brian Ratcliff, Pierre van Rooden, Liz Smith, Josh Vogt and Mike Welham

Tired of dungeons lacking in verisimilitude? Want to add cool little features of interest to your creations but don't have the time to come up with nonessential details? Want to make your dungeons feel more realistic?

Then GM’s Miscellany: Dungeon Dressing is for you! This gigantic compilations comprises all 34 instalments in the line as well as scores of riddles, new material and design essays by Creighton.

GM’s Miscellany: Dungeon Dressing presents loads of great features to add to your dungeon. Designed to be used both during preparation or actual play, GM’s Miscellany: Dungeon Dressing is an invaluable addition to any GM's armoury!

GM’s Miscellany: Dungeon Dressing presents the material originally appearing in:

  • Dungeon Dressing: Altars
  • Dungeon Dressing: Archways
  • Dungeon Dressing: Bridges
  • Dungeon Dressing: Captives
  • Dungeon Dressing: Ceilings
  • Dungeon Dressing: Chests
  • Dungeon Dressing: Corpses
  • Dungeon Dressing: Doom Paintings
  • Dungeon Dressing: Doors
  • Dungeon Dressing: Double Doors
  • Dungeon Dressing: Dungeon Entrances
  • Dungeon Dressing: Dungeon Names
  • Dungeon Dressing: Fiendish Traps I
  • Dungeon Dressing: Fiendish Traps II
  • Dungeon Dressing: Floors
  • Dungeon Dressing: Fountains
  • Dungeon Dressing: Gates & Portals
  • Dungeon Dressing: Goblin’s Pockets
  • Dungeon Dressing: Legends
  • Dungeon Dressing: Legends II
  • Dungeon Dressing: Mundane Chest Contents
  • Dungeon Dressing: Pits
  • Dungeon Dressing: Pools
  • Dungeon Dressing: Portcullises
  • Dungeon Dressing: Sarcophagi
  • Dungeon Dressing: Secret Doors
  • Dungeon Dressing: Simple Magic Traps
  • Dungeon Dressing: Stairs
  • Dungeon Dressing: Statues
  • Dungeon Dressing: Tapestries
  • Dungeon Dressing: Thrones
  • Dungeon Dressing: Trapdoors
  • Dungeon Dressing: Walls
  • Dungeon Dressing: Wells
  • So What’s The Riddle Like, Anyway?
  • So What’s The Riddle Like, Anyway? II
  • So What’s The Riddle Like, Anyway? III

New Material: Three new fiendish traps as well as material focusing on concealed doors, strange growths, illumination, graffiti and loads of miscellaneous dungeon features; also includes nine dungeon design essays by Creighton.

All That Glimmers: Also includes as a free special bonus are treasures hoards 1-20 from All That Glimmers—after all, what’s a dungeon without treasure!

For a free sample head over to ragingswan.com/dungeon

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A Brilliant Resource

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I've bought a few of the individual Dungeon Dressing pdfs from Raging Swan which have been grouped into this volume with some bonus material and have found them very useful. As a result I was very excited about this coming out and ordered a copy in hardback as soon as it was available.

For those not familiar with the dungeon dressing series there are samples of the individual sections available as free downloads on the Raging Swan site. Each section (e.g. Doors, Walls, Altars, etc) contain various very usable tables with imaginative descriptions for parts of the dungeon. These are a lifesaver as a GM and are useful either for rolling randomly, looking for something suitable or even just getting inspiration. While it's designed with Pathfinder in mind 99% of the book will fit into almost any fantasy gaming system.

At around 340 pages the hardback is a massive tome and it's solid black cover looks great up on the shelf with the Pathfinder rule books. The book starts with a number of short articles generally about dungeon design which are very useful and the main parts of the book itself are brilliant. I expect to get a lot of use out of this and can see myself buying the Urban and Wilderness books as well in the near future.


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Thanks Liz!

If you want to learn more about GM's Miscellany: Dungeon Dressing you can access 34 free samples via the product's webpage.

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There is so much good stuff in here!

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I complete agree and endorse wholeheartedly Mike's comment!


I second the motion.

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Thanks so much for posting this review, UncleRiotous. I'm delighted you enjoyed the book so much!


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Reviewed first on endzeitgeist.com, then submitted to Nerdtrek and GMS magazine and Lou Agresta's RPGaggression and posted here, on OBS and d20pfsrd.com's shop.


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Awesome review from EZG! Cheers! :)


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Man I got a little swell of pride at seeing the OMG LOCKS part =D

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Blimey. I'm beyond proud and chuffed at your review Endzeitgeist. I'm sorry you had to read such a massive book to do it! As always, thanks so much for taking the time to do this.

(I'm also glad you are using the book in your own campaign - that's jolly marvellous!)

RPG Superstar 2014 Top 16, RPG Superstar 2012 Top 16

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Brian, I felt the same way about the lighting/illumination section comments. That's the first one of these I've done and I'm thrilled that Endz liked it so much. Thanks again for the opportunity, Creighton!


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I have been hesitant to purchase the Miscellany options (Dungeon, Wilderness, Urban) because I already have a majority of the PDFs, but ENDZ's reviews (as usual) have begun to persuade me to obtain the book versions.

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Thanks very much, Elorebaen! I much appreciate it. I hope you find them useful. At the very least, should should be able to beat misbehaving players with GM's Miscellany: Dungeon Dressing - it's heavy enough.

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Thanks very much, Ken, for the review. I'm delighted you enjoyed the book so much. I hope it gives you many happy hours of gaming!


Since I fully intend to coerce some pdfs from you via your amazing free pdf offer, I feel it's only fair to leave a review! Especially since the book is so good!

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Thank you Ken for leaving such a nice review. Thank you also to Lisa who also just posted up her thoughts. You are both a top chap/chapess.


Reviewed!

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Thank you, necromental, for the review! I'm grateful for the time you spent with GM: DD and I hope it gives you many hours of happy gaming!

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Thank you for the review, Mark. It's jolly decent of you, and I'm glad your players enjoyed the book!

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Thanks so much for the review, El Ronza! It's much appreciated and I'm glad you enjoyed the book so much!

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