Monday, August 3, 2015

Get Great Pathfinder Content From Raging Swan Press

Third party content is a lot like an I.E.D. Sometimes you get military-grade stuff from a smaller, more local source, and sometimes you get an unstable, poorly-wrought concoction that blows up in your face. That's why I've made it a personal interest of mine to check out more third party publishers, such as TPK Games (whose content I've covered in posts like Feats Reforged: An Interesting Way to Make Feats Scale With Character Level) and Kobold Press, who both create well-balanced, lovely content for their users.

This week I'd like to direct your attention to somewhere new; Raging Swan Press.

There's a new Dungeon Master now.
What is Raging Swan Press? Well, it's a third party Pathfinder publisher that produces unique settings, adventure packages, stat blocks, and reams of other content for busy DMs who want to diversify their behind-the-screen toolboxes. Everything from unique hill tribes of barbarians to forgotten dungeon denizens is right at your fingertips, and it can save you dozens of hours of prep time.

In addition to all that tastiness, though, Raging Swan also has a regularly updated blog on their homepage that's full of helpful hints. Not only is it useful, giving you tips and tricks like plot hooks and character archetypes, but it doesn't cost you a dime! There's also a page dedicated to free resources that anyone can download and use! So for all of you DMs and players on a budget, feel free to stop in and take a look around.

If you are a fan of what you see, why not follow Raging Swan on Facebook? Also, if you're a fan of Raging Swan's products and designs, then you should consider donating to their Patreon page so they can offer their freelancers a better rate of pay to make even more stuff. Also, if you're in a giving mood and want to see a freelancer pay his bills, why not support Improved Initiative by stopping by the Literary Mercenary's Patreon page? Also, don't forget to follow me on Facebook, Tumblr, and Twitter!

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