When I saw that Robin D. Laws was launching a new drama-based roleplaying game via Kickstarter, I was among the first to back it. Robin is one of those designers whose new games I always buy, knowing there’ll include some genius new angle on RPG mechanics. Later, Robin flattered me by inviting me to write a […]
Writer and recovering editor.
And here’s the Paizo press release, cunningly hidden on the news tab. Maybe there will be a blog post later. I imagine James Sutter and others will be fielding questions at the Paizo website, but I’m glad to answer non-spoilers questions about the book itself here, on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and the usual haunts.
Here’s the first of two announcements that may interest readers of Pathfinder Tales. Incidentally, now might be a good time to sign up for the newsletter on this site. Also incidentally, that is not the actual cover. That’s an early, rejected sketch for what became the completely awesome cover.
Especially in the 80s and early 90s, roleplaying games had a distinctive look because of the relatively small pool of prolific artists bringing their worlds to life. Giants like Larry Elmore, Jeff Easley, and Clyde Caldwell defined certain facets of the D&D lines with their iconic covers. Other talented artists defined the looks of other […]