Freeport is Green Ronin's signature city setting and has been home to thousands of RPG campaigns since its launch in 2000. Classic fantasy elements, cruel-hearted pirates, and Lovecraftian horror come together in the rum-fueled metropolis known as the City of Adventure. Now a new era is beginning. The Pirate's Guide to Freeport is the definitive new sourcebook for the City of Adventure, set 5 years after the events of the original Freeport Trilogy. This is a pure setting book, focusing entirely on the people, places, politics, and perils of Freeport and containing no game statistics of any kind. The Pirate's Guide to Freeport can thus be used with any fantasy RPG, and Green Ronin will be providing companion products for popular systems like True20 and d20. The City of Adventure is back and more dangerous than ever!
PDF Features:Created from source files - not a scanned PDFBookmarkedLinked Table of Contents and IndexGold Vendor Updates*Best with Adobe Acrobat Reader 8 or laterEdition Credits:Design: Patrick O'Duffy, Chris Pramas, and Robert J. SchwalbAdditional Material: Jim Bishop, David "Zeb" Cook, Matt Forbeck, Brian E. Kirby, Hal Mangold, Todd Miller, William Simoni, Robert J. TothEditing: Kara Hamilton and Evan SassDevelopment: Chris Pramas and Robert J. SchwalbArt Direction and Graphic Design: Hal MangoldCover Art: Wayne ReynoldsCartography: Andy Law, Rob Lee, Sean MacDonaldInterior Art: Ilya Astrakhan, Toren "Macbin" Atkinson, Drew Baker, Paul Carrick, David Griffith, Danila Guida, Jonathan Hunt, Jonathan Kirtz, Pat Loboyko, Britt Martin, Tony Parker, Michael Phillippi, Wayne Reynolds, James Ryman, Christophe Swal, Mike VilardiExecutive Producer and Freeport Creator: Chris PramasGreen Ronin Staff: Bill Bodden, Steve Kenson, Nicole Lindroos, Hal Mangold, Chris Pramas, Evan Sass, Marc Schmalz, and Robert J. SchwalbFreeport Contributors, 2000-2007:Keith Baker, Paul Bazakas, Jim Bishop, Bret Boyd, Elissa Carey, Jennifer Clarke Wilkes, David "Zeb" Cook, Steven Creech, Graeme Davis, Jesse Decker, Tim Emrick, Matt Forbeck, Gareth Hanrahan, John Kasab, Steve Kenson, Brian E. Kirby, Jennifer Kirby, Jim Lai, Robert Lawson, Jess Lebow, Hal Mangold, Ari Marmell, Todd Miller, Brad Nieder, Patrick O'Duffy, Charles W. Plemmons III, William Simoni, Robert J. Schwalb, C.A. Suleiman, Rodney Thompson, Robert J. Toth, Chris Wilkes
Demo Link Details: The Demo button links to Scurvytown, a four-page excerpt from The Pirate's Guide to Freeport. An additional demo PDF, The Serpent's Teeth, is also available.
* If this edition of the publication is updated due to the discovery and correction of typos or errata, you will get a free download of the corrected edition.
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Game: DC Adventures (with Mutants & Masterminds 3rd Edition Rules)
The county fair is being held in Smallville this year and Superboy, the town's famous local hero, is invited as guest of honor. But it's not all prize pigs and cotton candy, as Knockout has come to the fair, and she's aiming to make a big impression!
The DC ADVENTURES Quick Start includes an explanation of the rules, full game statistics for Superboy and Knockout, and a short adventure featuring a brawl at the county fair, so you can jump right in to the action.
Game: A Song of Ice and Fire Roleplaying
These ENnie Award-winning Quick-Start rules and the adventure Journey to King’s Landing are mean to be your introduction to both the A Song of Ice and Fire Roleplaying game and to the fantasy world detailed in George R.R. Martin’s best-selling series of novels.
A Song of Ice and Fire Roleplaying is about Machiavellian court politics, family alliances and enmities, the rise and fall of kingdoms, and the clash of armies, but it is also about honor and duty, family, the responsibilities of leadership, love and loss; tournaments, murders, conspiracies, prophecies, dreams, war, great victories, and terrible defeats. It’s about knights, both false and true... and it’s about dragons.
Welcome to the world of A Song of Ice and Fire, and remember the words of House Stark: “Winter is coming.”