Oh, Rite Publishing


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Why are you so awesome? I just tallied up $50 of your stuff and then sat and stared as the moth in my wallet mocked me with its tinny laughter. I gotta say, you guys make some of the greatest books of lists out there. Absolutely terrific! **now to roll the dogs for cash**


DungeonmasterCal wrote:
Why are you so awesome? I just tallied up $50 of your stuff and then sat and stared as the moth in my wallet mocked me with its tinny laughter. I gotta say, you guys make some of the greatest books of lists out there. Absolutely terrific! **now to roll the dogs for cash**

This.


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The single pathfinder product with the most bang for its buck that I have ever seen is 101 not so simple templates. At least from a GM perspective, it has very little for players. On the other hand, 1001 spells is slowly replacing the spell compendium at my table. Overall I've been really impressed with the 101-series, the 30-series, the 20 variant monster series, and the template stuff.
I haven't looked at any of the Rite campaign settings, or the 10-series, nor have I looked at adventure quarterly, but I'm sure they are all Rite.

Do y'all have recommendations for the Rite things to look at after the 101, 30, and template series?


The 30 series has so far been my favorite.


137ben wrote:
Do y'all have recommendations for the Rite things to look at after the 101, 30, and template series?

Adventure Quarterly is a fantastic resource if you're looking for short adventures, side quests, or the like. On the player front, my players love Secrets of Adventuring; there are numerous archetypes, feats, and options in there as well as the Divine Channeler, Luckbringer, and Taskshaper base classes.

I use 101 New Skill Uses, 101 Mystic Site Qualities, 101 Not So Simple Templates, and 101 Variant Monsters very frequently... I'm a big fan of the 101 series I think...


Thanks every one I appreciate the love

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Do y'all have recommendations for the Rite things to look at after the 101, 30, and template series?

More monster fun The Book of Monster Templates

Get you class options with The Secrets of Adventuring

Get your racial options with In the Company of Monsters

And an awesome adventure The Breaking of Forstor Nagar


There's Faces of Tarnished Souk Kickstarter going on. This is an incredible resource for mining characters to wrap whole campaigns around.
Each of the NPCs comes with intermediate statblocks, so you can have them earlier, use them as recurring opponents or file away serial numbers to use them for other purposes.
The NPCs, in addition to memorable concepts, backstories and gear, are also built to be really challenging in combat.

Heartily recommended.

Regards,
Ruemere


Since we're on the topic of Rite Publishing love, I think we'd be remiss to not link to the Faces of the Tarnished Souk Kickstarter, which has very reasonably priced pledge levels. I don't have any of the individual PDFs, but 21 of the 30 NPCs released have a five star rating on this site.

Edit: Ninja'd by Ruemere!!


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Rite Kickstarter highest pledge level wrote:
All the preceding plus You get all of Rite Publishing’s PDFs for free, and all our print on demand books at cost, for life....<and a bunch more awesome stuff>

Whoa:O

If only I could afford that:(


As far as Rite Publishing settings go, there is the Kaidan setting of Japanese horror (PFRPG). While the campaign guide books are still in development, already released are:

In the Company of Kappa
In the Company of Henge
In the Company of Tengu
Way of the Samurai
Way of the Yakuza
#30 Haunts for Kaidan
Haiku of Horror: Autumn Moon Bath House
Curse of the Golden Spear 1: The Gift
Curse of the Golden Spear 2: Dim Spirit
Curse of the Golden Spear 3: Dark Path
Up from Darkness (one shot)
Tolling of Tears (one shot)
Frozen Wind (free one shot)


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gamer-printer wrote:

As far as Rite Publishing settings go, there is the Kaidan setting of Japanese horror (PFRPG). While the campaign guide books are still in development, already released are:

Note that Gamer Printer is the Mastermind behind Kaidan :)

Thanks for all the Kickstarter love folks.


I would like to mention another of my personal favorites, 101 Not So Random Encounters: Urban.

The shortest way to describe it: The Godfather. With all implications of this being a monster encounter book.

Regards,
Ruemere

Silver Crusade

Thanks you all,

But wait until you see Faces of the Tarnished Souk, print edition. ;)

-- Elton.


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ruemere wrote:

I would like to mention another of my personal favorites, 101 Not So Random Encounters: Urban.

The shortest way to describe it: The Godfather. With all implications of this being a monster encounter book.

Regards,
Ruemere

Yeah, Mike Welham said when I handed it to him to do the next one, that I had put an Adventure Path in an encounter chart :)

I am very proud of that one.


I'm still waiting for manuals of improvement 3.

Dark Archive

Adventure Path Charter Subscriber

Thanks for all the Faces of the Tarnished Souk love y'all!


Arkady Zelenka wrote:
I'm still waiting for manuals of improvement 3.

Mike has been really busy, and we have not given him time to work on this. We have been making him do our Ruin Perilous supplements for Adventure Quarterly, and work on the 101 Not So Random Encounters.

I will see if we can let him out of the Circle of Rites to work on that sometime ;)

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