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The Sage
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I'd imagine some Realms fans will find this of interest, even though it isn't RPG-related, but I know there are some fellow coders/programmers here.

This is a cause I've long championed [and attempted to encourage at local community events and such] and also something that I would've thought I'd work-up at some future point [SageTime pending {perhaps I should release a workbook on SageTime for Kickstarter?} ]. It's a project entitled Hello Ruby, and it's a book aimed at teaching children the wonders of code and programming.

I'm backing this one.

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Wooly Rupert
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This one looks worthy of sharing: RAVENFELL 28mm Fantasy Village.

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RAVENFELL features our exclusive FOLD-FLAT terrain system which allows you to create fully modular 28mm scale village buildings for your RPG or wargame. The buildings are comprised of separate, stackable components, which can be mixed and matched between models for even greater variety, and folded flat for easy storage. Each village set is delivered in a downloadable PDF format via our online distribution partner DriveThruRPG.com, and once you have the set you can print and build as many pieces as you like and never run out or need to purchase more. Additionally, our graphic layer options allow you to customize your building to suit your tastes. This new village set is the culmination of nine years of terrain design experience, combining the best features of our previous sets such as modular components to mix and match, 2D interior tiles (now removable and swappable for maximum versatility) and fold-flat major components, creating the ultimate fantasy village terrain series! All sets include a 1" grid, 1.5" grid, and gridless texture options.

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idilippy
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If you play Pathfinder and like having more NPCs, or any sort of RPG where you could make use of character/NPC images, check out Characters by Level and Game Avatars for Pathfinder, which looks like a potentially really cool idea if it comes to fruition.
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The Hooded One
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Hi, all.
Two Kickstarters I know Ed is interested in, the first because he's the next stretch goal, the second because he's hoping to adapt its rules so he can use it in the "home" Realms campaign...

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/sdsullivan/tournament-of-death-3-live-fantasy-novel

and:

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/12spent/zeppeldrome-a-humorous-hazardous-dirigible-rally


Enjoy, everyone...
love to all,
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sleyvas
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For those who liked the previous dwarven forge game tiles (the one that had all the room pieces you could lay down), they're apparently coming out with a caverns edition. It already hit 3/4 million dollars and has 2381 backers (and this is the first day), so its blowing through the goals. They look to be a little more expensive than the straight wall stuff, but they also look interesting.

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/dwarvenforge/dwarven-forges-caverns-dwarvenite-game-tiles-mini

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Ashe Ravenheart
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Posted - 13 Mar 2014 :  15:28:46  Show Profile Send Ashe Ravenheart a Private Message  Reply with Quote
... dammit, i needed that kidney!

I actually DO know everything. I just have a very poor index of my knowledge.

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Over 600 system neutral ways to describe combat on a 100+ card deck

Please take a moment to check out the Combat Description Cards over on Kickstarter. We think you are going to love it...

http://kck.st/1fC2qsX
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New Stretch Goal Announced: CARDS OF ILL INTENT
http://kck.st/1fC2qsX
COMBAT DESCRIPTION CARDS - Kickstarter
Over 600 system neutral ways to describe combat on a 100+ card deck.
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Cards of Ill Intent: Sometimes a storyteller needs to describe the attacks of the bad folk, or even of player characters who aren't so good themselves. And that is where the Cards of Ill Intent joins in – a booster pack of cards that are much like the set of regular Combat Description Cards, but these cards have action words to describe all of the cold-hearted and murderous bastards out there.
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Only 3 days left on the Wee Beasties: Bedtime KickStarter. My 2-1/2-year-old son really enjoyed her other RPG-themed children's book, Grubbins the Goblin.

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Wooly Rupert
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Posted - 10 May 2014 :  14:21:50  Show Profile Send Wooly Rupert a Private Message  Reply with Quote
I decided to back another Kickstarter... Some big names, including Larry Elmore and our own Ed Greenwood, associated with this one. Some other FR alums, too, and another fave of mine, Michael Stackpole.

World of Aetaltis: The Temple of Modren

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The Temple of Modren is a Pathfinder Compatible adventure set in the World of Aetaltis. It includes maps by Mike Schley, a cover and illustrations by Mitchell Malloy, and additional illustrations by the team at Universe M. Edited by veteran game designer Steven S. Long with rules edited by veteran Pathfinder® freelancer Amanda Hamon Kunz, this exciting journey into the monster infested ruins of the Deeplands provides a hands-on introduction to the World of Aetaltis. Put sword, spell, and spirit to the test as you explore this fantastic new setting.


And The Temple of Modren is just the beginning!

As stretch goals, a host of amazing authors have agreed to help bring the World of Aetaltis to life! Larry Correia, David Farland, Matt Forbeck, Ed Greenwood, Dave Gross, John Helfers, Steven S. Long, Mel Odom, Jean Rabe, Lucy A. Snyder, Michael A. Stackpole, James L. Sutter, and Elizabeth Vaughan have all agreed to support this project by writing short stories for you set in the World of Aetaltis!


And of course there’s art! We’re honored to announce that legendary fantasy artist Larry Elmore has agreed to create a new piece for the cover of one of the books offered in this Kickstarter as yet another fantastic stretch goal.


This is in addition to the incredible illustrations and covers from Mitchell Malloy as well as contributions from the talented team at Universe M.

Plus there are maps, more Pathfinder compatible books, original art pieces, one-of-a-kind hand-drawn sketchcards, and more! You have the chance to get it all when you make your pledge.

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sleyvas
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holy cow, how can Ed support all these kickstarters? I just got the deep magic pathfinder spellbook kickstarter and he had a great little short story in it.

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Wooly Rupert
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Two Kickstarters of potential interest:

Iron Atlas: Digital Miniatures System for Roleplaying Games

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IRON ATLAS is a "Digital Miniatures System" by Lifeform Entertainment designed for iPad and ANDROID to serve as an alternative to physical maps and miniatures for roleplaying games. What does that mean? Build RPG encounters on your tablet! Game even when don't have your regular maps and minis! Use the art and maps from the books and settings you're currently playing!

IRON ATLAS takes many of the elements that you see in traditional, PC-based Virtual Tabletop systems (VTTs) and optimizes them for use on mobile devices. We're streamlining the UI to keep it simple, elegant, and focused on the basics for combat, plus providing tons of content for you to pick and choose for YOUR game.

We're taking the social component of gaming to heart with IRON ATLAS. Let's face it, when you want to play an RPG with your friends, you want to game WITH your friends. There, in the same room. The design of IRON ATLAS focuses on this "in-person" style of play, with room to include remote connectivity for your buddies that can't make it to the session.



And Prime Swords- A New Kind of Toy Sword

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Prime Swords are foam toy swords that have cool designs, are made of durable materials, and have interchangeable parts.


I'm particularly interested in the latter, though the swords are a bit pricy for my liking... They're really cool, and I like the idea, but my toddler is having a blast with a $4 foam scimitar, so I'm not sure...

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sleyvas
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Posted - 17 Jun 2014 :  01:05:47  Show Profile Send sleyvas a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Wooly Rupert

Two Kickstarters of potential interest:

Iron Atlas: Digital Miniatures System for Roleplaying Games

quote:
IRON ATLAS is a "Digital Miniatures System" by Lifeform Entertainment designed for iPad and ANDROID to serve as an alternative to physical maps and miniatures for roleplaying games. What does that mean? Build RPG encounters on your tablet! Game even when don't have your regular maps and minis! Use the art and maps from the books and settings you're currently playing!

IRON ATLAS takes many of the elements that you see in traditional, PC-based Virtual Tabletop systems (VTTs) and optimizes them for use on mobile devices. We're streamlining the UI to keep it simple, elegant, and focused on the basics for combat, plus providing tons of content for you to pick and choose for YOUR game.

We're taking the social component of gaming to heart with IRON ATLAS. Let's face it, when you want to play an RPG with your friends, you want to game WITH your friends. There, in the same room. The design of IRON ATLAS focuses on this "in-person" style of play, with room to include remote connectivity for your buddies that can't make it to the session.



And Prime Swords- A New Kind of Toy Sword

quote:
Prime Swords are foam toy swords that have cool designs, are made of durable materials, and have interchangeable parts.


I'm particularly interested in the latter, though the swords are a bit pricy for my liking... They're really cool, and I like the idea, but my toddler is having a blast with a $4 foam scimitar, so I'm not sure...





Hmmm, the iron atlas thing is nice, but the general idea he had there of using it with like something that lets your computer or phone broadcast its screen to your TV is something I hadn't really thought much of. That could really change things a bit. Your bigscreen TV being the battlemat that everyone sees while you just move folks from the laptop that's right next to you... I've got a miracast enabled phone and a netgear PUSH2TV box that I got for free (but I think they're pretty cheap), and if I get a new laptop, it'll have Intel WiDi

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Dalor Darden
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I love the idea of using digital tech to put a battle-mat on a big screen tv that the players can look at!

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crazedventurers
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Ed is getting busy for 5E with Necromancer Games

More here

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/necromancergames/necromancer-games-back-for-5th-edition?ref=discovery

Cheers

Damian

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Sean Reynolds's first Kickstarter has already reached its target: Goody White's Book of Folk Magic, a book and ebook of 29 spells based on our-world folk magic, in Pathfinder format. It could patch a few holes in the published Realms, and provide magic for figures like Eveningstar's Old Meg.
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Wooly Rupert
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quote:
Originally posted by Faraer

Sean Reynolds's first Kickstarter has already reached its target: Goody White's Book of Folk Magic, a book and ebook of 29 spells based on our-world folk magic, in Pathfinder format. It could patch a few holes in the published Realms, and provide magic for figures like Eveningstar's Old Meg.



I'm getting in on that one. I'm a fan of magical stuff, and I'm a fan of Sean K Reynolds material (I still think Curse of the Moon is one of the best 3.x products around). So this one is a definite, for me.

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Oooo! That's an impressive project. I'm backing this one.

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Sean has posted a list of the remedies in the book. Some of these spells -- such as those to bless crops, ease birth, cure sickness in animals and heal a lame animal -- sound like they could well be part of the standard clerical repertoire.
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Because I did the Deep Magic Kickstarter, I got pinged on this one, which I immediately decided to jump on. It looks like it could be readily used for anyone wanted to do the Old Empires of the Realms.

Southlands: New Fantasy Options for Pathfinder RPG

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Adventure beneath the pitiless sun! New monsters, new magic, and realms inspired by the Arabian Nights, Egypt, & pulp adventure tales!

Lost empires! Cursed tombs! Dinosaurs and djinn! A Pathfinder RPG compatible sourcebook for adventures in the deserts and deep jungle.

Nothing says adventure quite like lost cities, tombs buried deep beneath the desert sands, and pirate ships sailing along a serpent-infested jungle coast. And nothing makes fantasy heroics quite as great as the graves of lost gods, mighty viziers commanding the charge of camel-riding cavalry, and enormous elemental lords trampling entire cities into ruin.

Join Kobold Press in bringing high adventure back to the tabletop, with a full-color book of ancient hieroglyphic magic, powerful genie lords, and monsters that would give Sindbad nightmares—all compatible with Pathfinder Roleplaying Game (but relatively light on rules crunch, so it’s a great sourcebook for any fantasy RPG).

The core Southlands book currently stands at 152 pages, but it could easily reach 296 pages if the project funds and hits its stretch goals. Our recent Deep Magic project started as just 96 pages and grew to almost 400.

Come explore the ruins and plunder these rewards as a backer of the Southlands!


And another relevant blurb:

quote:
The book is built for the Midgard Campaign Setting; but its cities, lore, peculiar creatures, and characters are designed to be easily portable into any campaign with Southlands themes or regions.



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quote:
Originally posted by Wooly Rupert

Because I did the Deep Magic Kickstarter, I got pinged on this one, which I immediately decided to jump on. It looks like it could be readily used for anyone wanted to do the Old Empires of the Realms.

Southlands: New Fantasy Options for Pathfinder RPG

quote:
Adventure beneath the pitiless sun! New monsters, new magic, and realms inspired by the Arabian Nights, Egypt, & pulp adventure tales!

Lost empires! Cursed tombs! Dinosaurs and djinn! A Pathfinder RPG compatible sourcebook for adventures in the deserts and deep jungle.

Nothing says adventure quite like lost cities, tombs buried deep beneath the desert sands, and pirate ships sailing along a serpent-infested jungle coast. And nothing makes fantasy heroics quite as great as the graves of lost gods, mighty viziers commanding the charge of camel-riding cavalry, and enormous elemental lords trampling entire cities into ruin.

Join Kobold Press in bringing high adventure back to the tabletop, with a full-color book of ancient hieroglyphic magic, powerful genie lords, and monsters that would give Sindbad nightmares—all compatible with Pathfinder Roleplaying Game (but relatively light on rules crunch, so it’s a great sourcebook for any fantasy RPG).

The core Southlands book currently stands at 152 pages, but it could easily reach 296 pages if the project funds and hits its stretch goals. Our recent Deep Magic project started as just 96 pages and grew to almost 400.

Come explore the ruins and plunder these rewards as a backer of the Southlands!


And another relevant blurb:

quote:
The book is built for the Midgard Campaign Setting; but its cities, lore, peculiar creatures, and characters are designed to be easily portable into any campaign with Southlands themes or regions.






Adding my +1 for this.... deep magic was damn good... I'm impressed by Kobold Press... and Wolfgang Baur's work in Zakhara made me love the region (though sadly, I never appreciated it until AFTER it was out of print and I had the money/time to delve it).

Alavairthae, may your skill prevail

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quote:
Originally posted by Wooly Rupert

Because I did the Deep Magic Kickstarter, I got pinged on this one, which I immediately decided to jump on. It looks like it could be readily used for anyone wanted to do the Old Empires of the Realms.

Southlands: New Fantasy Options for Pathfinder RPG

quote:
Adventure beneath the pitiless sun! New monsters, new magic, and realms inspired by the Arabian Nights, Egypt, & pulp adventure tales!

Lost empires! Cursed tombs! Dinosaurs and djinn! A Pathfinder RPG compatible sourcebook for adventures in the deserts and deep jungle.

Nothing says adventure quite like lost cities, tombs buried deep beneath the desert sands, and pirate ships sailing along a serpent-infested jungle coast. And nothing makes fantasy heroics quite as great as the graves of lost gods, mighty viziers commanding the charge of camel-riding cavalry, and enormous elemental lords trampling entire cities into ruin.

Join Kobold Press in bringing high adventure back to the tabletop, with a full-color book of ancient hieroglyphic magic, powerful genie lords, and monsters that would give Sindbad nightmares—all compatible with Pathfinder Roleplaying Game (but relatively light on rules crunch, so it’s a great sourcebook for any fantasy RPG).

The core Southlands book currently stands at 152 pages, but it could easily reach 296 pages if the project funds and hits its stretch goals. Our recent Deep Magic project started as just 96 pages and grew to almost 400.

Come explore the ruins and plunder these rewards as a backer of the Southlands!


And another relevant blurb:

quote:
The book is built for the Midgard Campaign Setting; but its cities, lore, peculiar creatures, and characters are designed to be easily portable into any campaign with Southlands themes or regions.




Ruins? Lost empires? Cursed tombs? It's like I'm eagerly waiting for the release of Lost Empires of Faerûn all other again.

So, yeah, I'm backing this one.

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Awesome vibes from this one, but that's usually the case with Kobold Press material.
My loyalty to the Kobolds runs deep, as it is well earned, and I dove into this project.
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Steven Schend
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An FYI: Sean Reynolds (mentioned and lauded above) has a new Kickstarter launching TODAY; it's going live in about 3 hours, so the link I have for now is his site and info on the funding drive.

http://seankreynolds.com/fivemoonsrpg/

Lots to look at and absorb as per his thoughts and comments on how he'll work with or change rules, etc. Looks to be a worthwhile project I may be backing if the budget can handle such.

Steven

Updated with direct link to the site/funding drive:
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/seankreynolds/five-moons-rpg-by-sean-k-reynolds

For current projects and general natter, see www.steveneschend.com

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