Seen your share of elves and dwarves and orcs?
The breath of dragons. A tool of the gods. The instrument of demonic fury and everlasting torture of the sinful. Fire is the most awe-inspiring element, and it has been a source of fear and fascination since the dawn of its discovery. The Genius Guide to Races of Fire and Fury presents a trio of new fantasy races suitable for use as player characters or NPCs. These races share a common trait of having an association with heat or flame.
Each of the new races comes from a culture with its own unique perspective on life and their place in the world—a set of cultural norms GMs and players can use to understand how the group would fit into a campaign and build characters that fit within (or purposely stretch themselves beyond) those expectations.
Like any good rules expansion, The Genius Guide to Races of Fire and Fury introduces new possibilities to your Pathfinder campaign and gives everyone at the table a chance to expand the horizons of the game and create adventures that are truly fantastic.
24 hours to destiny
An experimental aircraft has gone down over Antarctica. Was the weather to blame—or was it shot down by Skorpion? Tasked with rescuing the pilots, discovering the cause, and dealing with any hostile forces involved, the heroes have 24 hours to get the job done before the weather—and the enemy—move in. To solve the mystery and get out alive, you’ll have to brave the Winter Kill.
Operation Winter Kill is a complete adventure for Savage Worlds. It is based on the Strike Force 7 campaign setting.
The mystic power of stealth, deception, and the dark arts
The very archetype of the mystic spy or assassin: A shadowy figure as much a master of the dark arts as an outlaw. From the Hashsh’shin to the Sicarii, the black-clad assassin clans of Japanese lore to the fanciful depictions of Wuxia films, the ninja is an icon of fantasy and pop culture—ironic, for a creature that lives by secrecy and a mastery of deception and disguise.
Ultimate Options: Power of the Ninja presents 50 new tricks and master tricks for the ninja, along with 8 new ninja-related feats and four variant ninja classes. With this broad set of new resources you can expand the role of ninja-style assassins in your campaign, or leave behind the Asian-themed trappings to integrate the stealthy, deceptive mystic spy concept in a manner that best suits your campaign setting.
The Ultimate Options series of short products focuses on topics introduced in the Ultimate Magic book for Pathfinder, expanding options for players using that book.
The Prince of Dragons, the big-bad topping 20 levels and nearly 500 encounters of Dungeon A Day’s massive Dragon’s Delve adventure, has been added to the d20 Pathfinder SRD! Metterak’s stats are now out there for intrepid adventurers of all stripes, though he’s a distinctly epic-level foe.
In case you need a little help taking him on, you might consider enlisting Dungeon A Day’s 20th-level NPC Elicia Stormraven, human paladin. She’s also been drafted into the d20 Pathfinder SRD; you can find her here.
1 idea, 1 page, 1 dollar
Is there a more colorful and recognizable figure in folklore and fantasy than the witch? #1 with a Bullet Point: 13 Witch Hexes puts the “wicked” in this character archetype, giving you 13 flavorful witch hexes that play upon the iconic image of the witch. From come hither look to wound drinker, give your witch some bite with these great hexes. If you haven’t checked out our #1 with a Bullet Point items yet, why not give this one a try? Seriously, what do you have to lose? (Just a dollar!)
Each title in the #1 with a Bullet Point series brings you a short, sharp batch of mechanics on a single, focused topic. The concept is simple: Strip away the fluff and the extras to bring you one idea, in one page, for one dollar. #1 with a Bullet Point products are usually released in addition to SGG’s normal weekly product.