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Silver Crusade

So I will probably pick up 1 maybe 2 new gaming pdfs. I did just get the Shadow Warrior from rogue genius yesterday.

Any suggestions? I already have a ton of 3pp products and love them all.

Things I don't have:

Interjection Games - Ethermancer, Tinkerer, Cartomancer

Run Amok Games - Six griffons haunt

Demiurge Press - Creature Codex vol.3 it came from the silver screen

Rite Publishing - In the company of Dragons

Little Red Goblin Games - Primal host, and GONZO

Besides these, I have a ton of other 3pp supplements, but I don't have it all. Looking for suggestions.


Anything Interjection Games I've always been extremely happy with. Out of what you mentioned, any of those three are extremely fun classes to play and have been quite balanced in my experience.


What sort of stuff are you interested in? Fantasy? Sci-fi? Horror? Final Fantasy-style Steampunk Magitech? I have LOADS of PDFs, so I can make good suggestions!

Silver Crusade

I am planning an "all halfling" campaign to start hopefully someday soon. I already have the Edgewalker and allow it as a class option. Of the three, I have been most interested from Interjection games, I am most interested in the Ethermancer, but all three look cool.

Silver Crusade

Fantasy mostly. Horror is good also. I mainly play Pathfinder. I own a lot of TPK games, Rogue Genius Games, some Kobold Press, some Adventure a week, and some other odds and ends.

In my all halfling campaign which I outlined, I have adventures that I planned to go one after another which would raise characters from level 1 to level 8, so any higher level adventure ideas would be awesome too.


I've reviewed about half of them; haven't had a chance to read ItC: Dragons yet, can't say anything regarding that one. Don't have the two LRGG-books, so can't comment on these either.

Ethermancer, Tinker, SGH and CC3 are great pdfs, though.


Fantasy- Oathbound: Seven, Oathbound: Twilight, and the Oathbound Bestiary ,the Pathfinder editions, are AMAZING! If you want an extremely high fantasy world with an FF-epic backstory, it's the setting for you. Trust me, it's that good! If you're up for something even more non-traditional fantasy, Alluria has the Cerulean Seas setting which I LOVE! Who hasn't wanted a full-on aquatic campaign?

Horror: Obsidian Apocalypse is very cool indeed... it's like Dark Sun and Ravenloft smashed together! Mythic Foes: Mythos by LG is super good if you want to beef up those Lovecraftian monsters from the bestiary so they scare the crap out of your players and possibly TPK them!

Inspirational books for horror: the Cthulhu Apocalypse arc is SO good! It's not Pathfinder, but you can make the conversion easily. I could help convert it if you need me to.

There are more ideas, which I will list in a bit. Let me look through my laptop! :)


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In the Company of Dragons is an awesome read, but it is really hard to go wrong with Little Red Goblin Games (I'm getting Gonzo myself this Friday). Anything Interjection Games is also a must buy but remember those classes aren't for the most casual of players; each is a blast but a complex play.


I just picked up In the company of Dragon's for my birthday this past Sunday. I really liked it. It's a good little read and a nice addition to player and gm options for dragons.


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It Came From Beyond the Stars by Zombie Sky Press is awesome.

Love Divine Channeler from Rite Publishing.

Echo from Lost Spheres.

And heck, it's a campaign setting, name is escaping me; Thunderscape?

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Craig Bonham 141 wrote:

It Came From Beyond the Stars by Zombie Sky Press is awesome.

Love Divine Channeler from Rite Publishing.

Echo from Lost Spheres.

And heck, it's a campaign setting, name is escaping me; Thunderscape?

Thunderscape is from Kyoudai Games.


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Forgot Thunderscape, it's one of my favourite settings now. Big kudos to it too!


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Thunderscape and it's various expansion books are very good indeed!

Zeitgeist is a pretty awesome Steampunk-style AP.

If you do not mind a few balance issues, the Wicked Fantasy books by John Wick make the standard races have a dark Lord of the Rings feel. The flavor is simply amazing.

It Came From The Stars is one of the most iconic space opera PDFs for Pathfinder and meshes great with the pay-what-you-want updated version of Between Chains and Starlight.

Razor Coast? Dear lord, Razor Coast is one of the best pirate settings/APs ever! I heartily recommend getting all 4 of those books as well as the PF version of Dead Man's Chest.

Midgard, which captures that ancient Europe feel in fantasy form with a lot of cool twists. Kingdom of undead? Diabolist Gnomes? Shadow Fey? The mighty Baba Yaga? It's got all of that and more!

Van Graaf's Journal of Dragons. OMG, so much stuff for dragons! As a GM, I felt a tear of joy roll down my face when I read it!

Rappan Athuk, the megadungeon to dissuade your local murderhobos from their unrighteous path! They will be terrified after getting wiped on one of the first few floors! Also, did I mention an extraplanar, Silent Hill-like hospital through a portal in the lowest depths staffed by Kytons? >:)

Necropunk, because it's space opera with awesome backstory, no friendly aliens, psionics, and technology formed from dead flesh and bone!

Neurospasta, if you're looking for a Deus Ex-style cyberpunk campaign with all the cool races of the genre (Full-conversion Cyborgs, genetically enhanced tube grown Nugenics, the synthetic Virtuants, and of course, good old Humans!) and a buttload of new classes, equipment, monsters, vehicles, and such.

The Gothic Grimoires collection from LG!

Shadows Over Vathak by Fat Goblin Games. My love of the Lovecraftian genre knows few bounds! Very cool setting!

The Coliseum Morpheoun books by Rite Publishing! If you liked the oneiric madness of the Sandman books, you will love the underlying weirdness and wonder of this series!

And if you're looking for free horror stuff, check out the fan-made Fraternity of Shadows website for Ravenloft. There are dozens of free PDFs with surprisingly balanced crunch and awesome fluff!


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Hey there, Chris! Send me a PM with the name of one of the three that I make and your e-mail so I can send it your way.

Happy birthday, by the way!


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OmNomNid wrote:
In the Company of Dragons is an awesome read, but it is really hard to go wrong with Little Red Goblin Games (I'm getting Gonzo myself this Friday). Anything Interjection Games is also a must buy but remember those classes aren't for the most casual of players; each is a blast but a complex play.

Oi, OmNomNid, just a little warning. Once my Kickstarter gets going and I have some time to breathe, I'll be working on making some simpler classes that still have my signature flavor. The edgewalker sold too well too quickly (Already #2 best seller overall) for me to ignore that demographic.

On the plus side, you'll get to roleplay an exasperated Whoopi Goldberg who just wants the ghosts to leave her alone already.


Chris Zank wrote:
I am planning an "all halfling" campaign to start hopefully someday soon. I already have the Edgewalker and allow it as a class option. Of the three, I have been most interested from Interjection games, I am most interested in the Ethermancer, but all three look cool.

According to an optimization guide a fan put together, halfling is the optimal race for the ethermancer, so this should all work out nicely.

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Craig Bonham 141 wrote:

It Came From Beyond the Stars by Zombie Sky Press is awesome.

Love Divine Channeler from Rite Publishing.

Echo from Lost Spheres.

And heck, it's a campaign setting, name is escaping me; Thunderscape?

Thunderscape is from Kyoudai Games.

Thunderscape rocks serious socks. I picked up the Campaign Setting .pdf and had to turn around and buy the hardcover to add to my collection, it was just so sexy.

Dreamscarred Press also has a lot of fun and cool stuff, anything in their psionics line and there's some good stuff in their Path of War line as well.

From your list, I think my favorite is Rite's ItC: Dragons.

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