Tag Archives: horror

Halloween? Never heard of it.

Not much happens on this side of the planet in October. Halloween isn’t a big thing—or even a thing—here. Right now, I’m enjoying the warmer weather that comes with Spring in October in the Southern Hemisphere. Soon I’ll be planning my December trip to the beach!

That doesn’t mean we don’t have some amazing specials for your Halloween—however you choose to spend your October.

Dying Dead: A murder mystery adventure with a twist—the murder victims are the undead! This is a 1-on-1 adventure for a 5th–7th level character.

Dying Dead, a 1-on-1 adventure.

Chilling Curiosities—A Field Guide: A collection of new, horror themed creatures, compatible with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. Each monster is beautifully illustrated by Bob Storrar.

Chilling Curiosities

Death Queen and the Life Stone: The first solo and 1-on-1 adventure in our Choose Your Destiny campaign, this one has plenty of spooky encounters to keep you enthralled. The second adventure, Forest of Secrets, written by David N. Ross, is out now.

Death Queen and the Life Stone cover Forest of Secrets

Keep an eye out for the Wolf of Heaven, a new werewolf race compatible with the fifth edition SRD, coming soon.

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Rodney Sloan
Rising Phoenix Games

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Chilling Curiosities—A Field Guide

Our newest book, Chilling Curiosities—A Field Guide is out!

Chilling Curiosities—A Field Guide

This time we’re covering a bunch of new, low level monsters instead of the standard fantasy monsters like we’ve done before. I’m interested to see how well this does compared to Griffins and Phoenixes. Also, we’re trying the horror angle, so we’ll see if that’s a hit or not.

Some of the monsters are really fun too. We’ve got an eye in a jar, an ooze that gets more powerful when you attack it and a dream-haunting apparition. As always, Bob did excellent work on bringing the stats to life, and the layout is equally chilling.

I really want to recommend this to GMs who are running a low level (lvl 1–6) campaign, particularly a horror one. I think the new monsters will test your players in new ways, that’s exactly what I designed them to do!