With the release of the Platinum Edition of their City Builder line, Skirmisher Publishing is going back through their previous releases and updating them, bringing them in line with how they want to do things from here on out. Their latest book to be updated is City Builder Volume 4: Guildhouses, Mages' Lodges & Other Professional Places. You can go pick up your updated version now.
Ever since Skirmisher Publishing ran their successful City Builder Kickstarter campaign, they've been wanting to go back to all of their previous City Builder products and update them. That process has now begun, as they've gone back to Communities, the first in their City Builder line, and spruced it up to bring it in line with the way they're working on those books now.
When you're a GM, it's your job to come up with the world in which your players will adventure. You can go with a pre-generated world, but many want to create something entirely new for themselves. But getting everything down is rough, and it's still good to have guides on how to make everything work. That's where City Builder from Skirmisher Publishing comes in. It helps you build civilizations and settlements of pretty much any size for your game. The Platinum Edition of this useful tome is up on Kickstarter now.
Out in space, no one can hear you accidentally smack into a bulkhead. But on a spaceship itself, they can hear that. And they will with Things That Go Bump in the Spaceship, a new collection of aliens for your sci-fi RPG games from Skirmisher Publishing. You can pick up your copy now.
We've made it to Wednesday. Congratulations, everyone. Just another couple days and we can get back to the weekend. I'm looking forward to it. I'm still feeling better from earlier in the week. Need to get my sleep schedule back on track, though. Perhaps some energy from a couple of bite-sized gaming stories will help.
Today on the platter we have: Troll Warband Paper Figures Available From Skirmisher Publishing, Arabian Knights Dice Coming From Kraken Dice, The Decks of Adventurer's Allurement 5E Class Magic Items Up On Kickstarter, LOOT: Magic Item Deck For 5th Edition Up On Kickstarter, and Reusable 5e Character Booklets Up On Kickstarter.
Have you ever been walking a trail or driving down the road and seen something on the side of the road? It happens all the time. Most of the time, you might just keep on going. But occasionally you might stop and see what that thing is. And just like in real life, your gamers might do that as well. For those times, there's 100 Oddities for a Pilgrimage Trail, the new book from Skirmisher Publishing. You can get your copy now.
A hunting trip can potentially be dangerous all on its own. When that trip takes place at the start of Ragnarok, it's even a bit more dangerous. But the community needs food, and it's up to you to provide it. Though you might want to suit up a bit extra, just in case. That's where you find yourself in The Hunting Party, a new scenario for Ragnarok: Age of Wolves from Skirmisher Publishing. You can pick up your copy now.
Kobolds. Pretty much anyone that's played a fantasy RPG has run up against them at some point. I know a lot of people find them annoying, but I kinda love 'em, both as an enemy as a possible PC choice. But that's me. If you also love kobolds, you might want to check out The Kobold Lair, a new detailed encounter from Skirmisher Publishing that's available now.
Skirmisher Publishing has created a new faction for Ragnarok: Age of Wolves. They're the Dvergar Warriors, a set of magical dwarves that inhabit the Northlands. The rules include several named characters, commanders, cavalry, and various common warrior units, along with different equipment you can use to outfit your crew. You can pick up the new book now.
Skirmisher Publishing is expanding the factions available for the Ragnarok: Age of Wolves miniatures game. They've released the Viking Warriors faction, including six named characters and the faction's chieftan. There's multiple types of troops, as well as specialists like bards, scouts, woodsmen, and a war-priestess. You can pick up your copy now.
Skirmisher Publishing is here once more with one of their sourcebooks. If you're looking for a bunch of minor magical items for your party, it might just be what you're looking for. It's Jester Dragon's Trove of Trinkets, and it's chock full of random dodads, gizmos, whatsits, and other such things. You can get your copy now.
In a world like those found in fantasy RPGs, life can possibly just pop out of thin air. But how would these spontaneously-created monsters look and act? What kind of rules would that process and those monsters have? That's where Spontaneous Generation Monsters, a new book from Skirmisher Publishing comes in. You can get your copy now.
Having pre-made adventurers puts GMing on easy mode. Everything is already figured out for you and so you can get to the gaming faster. Skirmisher Publishing has released The Ruins of Woebrook. It's a post-apocalyptic adventure for players using the basic OGL system, so it's pretty easy to adapt to other systems as well. You can get your copy now.
Halfway there, everyone. We've made it halfway through the week. Congratulations! I hope you've got some gaming planned for this weekend. I've got some plans to hang out with friends, but beyond the vague "hang out," we've not really figured things out. I do have some minis I've been wanting to assemble, so we might have a build party. We'll see. Anyway, as it's Wednesday, that means we need to snack upon some bite-sized gaming stories.
Today on the platter we have: Skirmisher Publishing Releases Viking Warrior Cardstock Characters, New Pirate Ship Bases Available From Tabletop-Art, PicoArmor Releases 3mm Seven Years' War Miniatures, Fantasy Miniatures For RPGs and Wargames Up On Kickstarter, and Baueda Releases New Norman Crossbowmen.
In the bombed-out ruins, our heroes come across all manner of forgotten and lost technology and other trinkets from the past. But what, exactly, are they? That's what the Artifacts of the Wastelands guide is here to help with. It's a new guide from Skirmisher Publishing, and it's available now.
I'm playing a Bard in my current RPG campaign. I only have 1 purely offensive spell in the form of Thunderwave. Arguably, Hypnotic Pattern is also an offensive spell, but it doesn't actually do damage, just makes people stare at the pretty lights. Not entirely a pacifist, Lead does perfer his magic to be not-harm related. So I have a feeling he'd want to look through Six Spells: Festivities from Skirmisher Publishing. And you might want to, too.
Does whatever an Earth Pig does.
Ok, maybe that doesn't flow quite as well as Spider Pig, but that's not what Skirmisher Publishing has released. They've released the Earth Pig, a new monster for 5th Edition.
Skirmisher Publishing is looking to make your holidays that much brighter with their Holiday Festivity Bundle. You can pick up 12 tiles for *checks* ... Yes, for 99% off. That's not a typo. It's actually 99% off. 12 books for a quarter.
Look... humans... they get around, alright? And sometimes, those couplings produce offspring that are a mix between the two parent's species. That's where a hybrid comes in. Skirmisher Publishing has released Monstrous Hybrids, a book primarily for Pathfinder that discusses three different hybrids and their abilities in the game.
Biology is the study of living things. There's life all around us in its strange and complicated forms. When creating your own worlds, getting the biology just right can be tricky. In Biology for Fantasy Settings from Skirmisher Publishing, they give you guides on how to make plants and animals that are your own creation, but also fit in with biologic principles. You can get your copy now.
Who knew botany could be so dangerous? Skirmisher Publishing has released Mutant Plant Monsters, a new supplement for the Mutant Future setting. As the name implies, it includes all sorts of mutations you can throw on plants to... well... turn them into truly horrifying monsters.
For a dungeon master, there's little better than a golem to patrol through your halls. You can just give 'em a simple command and know they'll go take care of it. There's relatively little upkeep. You don't have to worry about them getting lippy with you. They're great. Skirmisher Publishing has released New Golems of the Labyrinth that's a sourcebook with new golems that you can populate your dungeons with.