We have a bunch of sales on, all running until Monday, August 10th, 2020.
Saturday’s Deal of the Day
Heaven & Hell: Aasimar & Tiefling Ancestries is 40% off on Saturday only, on Drive Thru RPG. This is a huge opportunity to grab one of our best-selling books for Pathfinder Second Edition.
Rising Phoenix Game Store
Use the discount code “RPGCON2020” on the Rising Phoenix Games store this week to get 60% off your purchase if you spend $5 or more. The coupon is good for one use per user.
Open Gaming Store
All our products are 60% off this week and weekend during RPG Con. Head on over to the Open Gaming Store and take a look.
Also, check out the featured products on the lefthand side of the sales page, many of which were edited by yours truly.
Drive Thru RPG
A large number of our titles are 60% off on Drive Thru RPG this week:
- Dying Dead (Pathfinder Roleplaying Game)
- Chilling Curiosities — A Field Guide (Pathfinder Roleplaying Game)
- Contagion’s Kiss (Pathfinder Roleplaying Game)
- Gear Heart (Pathfinder Roleplaying Game)
- Bullet: The Special Forces Role-Playing System and Setting Guideline Manual (Stand Alone Game)
- Might (Stand Alone Game)
- Where Heroes Stand (Pathfinder Roleplaying Game)
- How to Plan a Murder (Stand Alone Party Murder Mystery Game)
- Character Models I (System Neutral Character Art Generator)
- Griffins – A Field Guide (D&D) (5e OGL Monsters)
- Companionable Darkness (5e OGL Solo Adventure)
- Anaximander’s Adventuring Studies (Pathfinder Roleplaying Game)
Dungeon Masters Guild
We’ll update this page daily during RPG Con, so be sure to check back often.
#RPGCon on Twitter
#RPGCon with @RisingPhoenixGM is blowing my mind. This started as a crazy idea, but I think we’re creating something of value for RPG players with the limited resources we have. That’s basically our company mission. Come check it out.https://t.co/yD45TA4Cp9 #ttrpg pic.twitter.com/uS4OyaYSsC
— Rodney Sloan ???? (@RSloan) August 5, 2020
The Rising Phoenix Games dude.
Rodney is a writer and editor of tabletop RPGs and a painter of Orks. He is worryingly fond of mill decks in Magic: the Gathering and a self-confessed Japanophile.