Wild magic has been one of my favorite things in fantasy gaming for years, but Pathfinder already has the traditional wild mage archetype covered with the primalist from Inner Sea Magic. But that doesn’t mean there isn’t more to do with wild magic! “Something Wild” features two new archetypes that manipulate the nature of magic itself to create new effects. By buying into the TRAILseeker Patreon, you can get this and more than 100 other articles!
Want to add a kobold paladin, a pixie sorcerer, or a goblin ranger to your Pathfinder game? This week’s TRAILseeker provides tips for incorporating these monstrous PCs into any existing game. It includes new character traits for players who want to explain why their monstrous PCs walk the surface world and how they integrate into “normal” society. Support the TRAILseeker Patreon to get this article and more!
I’ll be at the Swanton Public Library this Saturday for their Local Authors Fest! I’ll have copies of Greystone Valley, Conquest of Greystone Valley, and more – including one of the last hardcopies of my first novel, Shadowslayers.
The event runs from 10:00 AM to noon on Saturday, November 18th. This is a great chance to check out the works of writers in northwestern Vermont and have some fun!
How does the legal system work in a world where spellcasters can detect evil and discern lies? The latest article for EN World’s TRAILseeker explores the legal system in the Pathfinder setting, describing how the game mechanics of a magical world impact court cases. If you sign up for this Patreon project, you can get this article and dozens more!
Looking for a way to spice up your Pathfinder game with some free content, or just want to check out some great fiction by freelancers around the industry? The new issue of Wayfinder, the Pathfinder fanzine, is now available!
My contribution to this issue is the “Agents of the Worldwound,” a pair of NPCs that can help spice up any fantasy game but which are specifically tied to the Wrath of the Righteous adventure path.
Check it out! Download your free copy right here!
Spring has finally come to Vermont, and the city of St. Albans is celebrating with an art walk! Tour the downtown area on April 15th and check out local artists, who will be showing off their work in select stores.
I’ll be setting up in As the Crow Flies from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM, offering signed copies of Greystone Valley, Conquest of Greystone Valley, Reality Check, and even Shadowslayers for those who are inexplicably collectors of my work. If you’re in the area, swing on by and say hello!
For more information on the spring Art Walk, check out the event page on Facebook!