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Open Design Pathfinder Projects

Well, sadly it appears that the Open Design project I signed up for, Dark Deeds in Freeport, is dead and soon to be refunded.  That’s sad because I want more Freeport stuff. Ah well maybe Green Ronin will get off their licensed-properties ass sometime soon and do it themselves. (Update: the author has turned something in, it might be on again after all!)

In better news, there’s a new Pathfinder Open Design project on Kickstarter called Journeys To The West: A Pathfinder RPG Voyage. As I am running a nautical campaign in general this sounds good, and I’m planning a voyage out Azlant/Arcadia way and this seems like that with the serial numbers filed off. I’m already using their great From Shore To Sea and Sunken Empires. And it seems like it has a lot of momentum – it’s more than doubled its initial commitment number and there’s a lot of cool extras that will be included now. But hurry, you have only 4 days to sign up before the kickstart closes!

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Open Design Freeport Adventures for Pathfinder!

Awesome news courtesy of Game Knight Reviews – Open Design is doing a patron project for Pathfinder called “Dark Deeds in Freeport,” set of course in Green Ronin’s famous pirate city of Freeport.  The Open Design site says:

“Using the Freeport Companion: Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Edition as a resource, patrons of Dark Deeds in Freeport will work with Wolfgang Baur, Chris Pramas, and lead designer Michael Furlanetto to create six adventures that blend swashbuckling adventure with supernatural horror in the Freeport tradition.”

You can pay to be a patron here!  As I’m running a long term pirate Pathfinder campaign using a lot of the Freeport material, this is like the perfect product for me.  Usually I don’t believe in paying up front with the patronage model – I’ll buy it after it’s finished and I see reviews.  But this actually makes me want to participate in the process, so I’m signing up!