Pathfinder: Art of the Cats of Doom

For today’s preview of the Deadly Delves: 9 Lives for Petane, we want to show you some more of the artwork inside of this adventure. We pride ourselves on having some exceptional artwork by amazing artists. The cover image was created by Luis Antonio Salas Lastra and is of a particularly nasty leukodaemon—a plague daemon—usingContinue reading “Pathfinder: Art of the Cats of Doom”

Pathfinder: These Catfolk Are Out of Their Furry Minds

We at JBE know that you want to use more of your library in your game. To this end, we choose to be less constrained in the number of sources we utilized for the Deadly Delves: 9 Lives for Petane adventure. So instead of our typical monster that we share every Wednesday, today we areContinue reading “Pathfinder: These Catfolk Are Out of Their Furry Minds”

Pathfinder: The Amulet of Nine Lives – A High Level Artifact

The thing that makes high level adventures so tough is that you have to take high level magic into account. Why walk into a dungeon when you can teleport in? Well the solution for the high level adventure writer is to make the dungeon so it can only be teleported into. But even then, sometimesContinue reading “Pathfinder: The Amulet of Nine Lives – A High Level Artifact”

5e/Pathfinder: 3 Steps to Start GMing

Being the game master is a rough business. There’s a ton of rules, you never know where the players are going to go, and no one knows how things are going to turn out. Despite this, there is a yearning inside you to be the one that is not just a player in the storyContinue reading “5e/Pathfinder: 3 Steps to Start GMing”

Pathfinder: Mummified Servants

Sometimes we need lower level versions of a classic monster to help fit the theme you are going for. Take the mummy for example. It is a solid CR 5 monster, but what if you are delving into an Egyptian-style tomb at level 1, or you are using a mummy, but you want a fewContinue reading “Pathfinder: Mummified Servants”

Pathfinder: Lizardfolk Sorcereress

Today we don’t so much bring you an NPC instead of a monster. With next month seeing the 5e and Swords and Wizardry versions of the Pathfinder/13th Age adventure Deadly Delves: Reign of Ruin, I’m sharing with you one of the NPCs from that dungeon. I know spellcasters take longer to create than martial typesContinue reading “Pathfinder: Lizardfolk Sorcereress”

Pathfinder: Adventures Ideal for Conventions

We mentioned last week a number of Fifth Edition adventures that are perfect for running at a convention if you are looking to run something a little different than the norm. We also have a number of Pathfinder adventures that make excellent convention games that you should check out. Deadly Delves: The Gilded Gauntlet –Continue reading “Pathfinder: Adventures Ideal for Conventions”

Pathfinder: Dungworm

While it is always good to use classic and well-established monsters in your games, it is even better to keep your players on your toes from time to time with a monster they haven’t memorized. All of our adventures feature at least one new monster and frequently a new magic item. Here is one ofContinue reading “Pathfinder: Dungworm”

Pathfinder: Clockwork Sentry

In case you had not seen it, Endzeitgeist gave our Pathfinder adventure Deadly Delves: The Gilded Gauntlet a 5-STAR review, his seal of approval, and put it up for candidate for his Top Ten Products of 2017 (read the full review here). Like all good adventures it uses a blend of monsters we all knowContinue reading “Pathfinder: Clockwork Sentry”

What Are We Up To?

We love to hear what our favorite game companies are working on as much as everyone else. Typically we do not announce very far in advance, but frankly, there is no reason not to share with you what we are working on. So here we go: Coming in September is the previously announced Book ofContinue reading “What Are We Up To?”