Out Now: Children of the Storm

Children of the Storm

Born and raised on the crashing waves of stormy seas or in the midst of mountain tempests, the creatures known as storm-kin represent a new race for your Pathfinder PCs! Similar to their elemental-kin cousins the sylphs and undines, storm-kin can foretell the coming of storms in their region and swim in even the roughest of seas.

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Image: Tamara Cvetkovic

Out Now: Pinespear: A Haven for Half-Orcs

Pinespear

While many half-orcs manage to blend in with human society, others wish they could find a place where their orcish heritage didn’t come with certain preconceived notions. They dream of a place where people don’t automatically assume that they exist as dumb muscle, or where people don’t view them with suspicion because of stories told about their ancestors’ brutality. Other half-orcs dream differently, imagining a society where they can indulge that brutality in a wild hunt that draws no judgment or paranoia from the populace when they return dripping with the blood of a fresh kill. Regardless of what a
specific half-orc wants, they can find a place of their own in the hidden village called Pinespear.

“Pinespear: A Haven for Half-Orcs” is my latest contribution to the TRAILseeker Patreon. Detailing a new half-orc village that can fit into any existing campaign setting, the article also provides adventure hooks and character traits for those who want to explore the hidden community known as Pinespear.

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Out Now: Monstrous Music

Monstrous Music

Legends tell of bards who can lull dragons to sleep or call down storms with their music, but how does that translate into RPG terms? “Monstrous Music” is an article for TRAILseeker that explores the music of dragons, fey, giants, and harpies, complete with bardic masterpieces your characters can learn pertaining to each of those creatures.

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Out Now: The Mines of Mooncrest

Mooncrest

A diamond mine is valuable enough, but its worth skyrockets even further when placed in a world that uses diamonds to power spell components that can make your skin as hard as stone or even raise the dead. The latest addition to TRAILseeker explores the city of Mooncrest, located on the edge of a crater that holds a rich diamond mine. The article provides details about Mooncrest, a list of movers and shakers within the city, and notable political powers such as the mysterious Resurrection House.

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Out Now: Sky Pirates

Sky Pirates

Anybody who ever plays a Pathfinder game with me should expect airships to show up at some point. The newest TRAILseeker article, “Sky Pirates,” brings airship-focused adventure and campaign options to everybody. This article examines the logistics of airships in a campaign, the tools sky pirates utilize, and adventure hooks that can bring the PCs into battle against the lords of the air.

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Out Now: Something Wild

Something Wild

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!

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