They've also got 4 sample articles:
- Red Fangs in a White Night: An adventure for 4 7th-level characters in a city housed within a giant translucent dome;
- Archery Contests: Proposed rules mechanics for creating...you guessed it...archery contests!;
- Multiclassing Feats: Feats that have prerequisites from two or more class features, requiring characters to multiclass in order to take them; and
- A new monster: the Voludaemon
I'm intrigued. These are the people that produced the Zeitgeist Adventure Path--one that I read solely because the first adventure in it is free. It goes for a long time (like 12 issues I think, he says as he eschews the effort to Google and find out). I'll do individual articles on each of the samples. I'm going to make a monthly donation I think. I'm going to review each of the samples and agree to donate $2/article for each one I like, with a monthly maximum of $20. Check back daily to see how the various offerings are received and what the final total will be! What's the worst that can happen--it's Patreon. If the offering doesn't work out, I can always cancel. ;)
They also have a slew of future articles planned:
- After Death, an adventure by Jonathan Garret. Congratulations! Your party is dead. This is an adventure designed for 9th-level characters. It is also a little different, as the PCs will start it dead. Fortunately for them, death is not the end.
- Weapon Style Feats by Jonathan Palmer. Ultimate Combat introduced a number of style feats focused around unarmed combat and the emulation of animals, as practiced by various races with a clear Eastern influence. Yet the martial arts encompass a greater world than the clashing of bone and muscle.
- Making Mischief: A Dirty Trick Guide by Thomas Kyle. The ‘dirty trick’ combat maneuver could be considered one of the most fun actions a character can perform in Pathfinder
- Cherufe, a new monster by Jeff Lee. Cherufe are often believed to be the incarnate spirits of volcanoes. Their anger is said to trigger quakes and eruptions.
- Fantastic Tomes & Librams by Russ Morrissey. Every once in a while adventurers stumble across the study of an archmage, a long-lost library, a university, or even just a wizard's bedchamber. What book does a wizard have in his bedside table? What's on the shelves of the archmage's secret study? Which book is being talked about in the streets and taverns of the wealthy district?
- The Power of Theme by Anthony Torretti. Tell your story without restricting players.