- Ken Rolston at The Kraken
- Rick Meints at The Kraken
- The Grognard Files
- Francesca Baerald Interview
- Russell Morrissey Interview
- Sarah Newton Interview
- [Mongoose Publishing] Paranoia: Implausible Deniability
- [Mongoose Publishing] Paranoia: Yellow Clearance Black Box Blues (Remastered)
- Sandy Petersen Interview
- [Just Crunch Games] Three Faces of the Wendigo
[Raging Swan Press] Here there be Treasure Maps
Raging Swan is proud to announce a new line of products aimed at GMs and third party publishers. TREASURE MAPS are perfect for GMs and publishers alike who need a cool handout. Raging Swan’s TREASURE MAPS put the adventure literally in the player’s hands! Each map comes in multiple formats – you can see all the included images for each map here – and are usable under Raging Swan’s very flexible licensing terms.
Hadramkath shows the way to a legendary lost dwarven hold. With this Treasure Map you get eight versions of the same map – without and without surrounding scrollwork and decorations.
Yar’s Door shows a portion of a now-abandoned dwarven hold. With this Treasure Map you get five versions of the same map – without and without surrounding scrollwork and decorations.
TREASURE MAPS are a great, inexpensive addition to any product or game session and are compatible with any fantasy roleplaying gaming system.
Commercial Terms & Conditions
The illustrations contained in Raging Swan’s Publisher’s Reosurces may be used in commercial products under the following terms and conditions:
§ The image can appear in print, electronic or web-based products except that it may not be sold as part of a stock art or clip art product.
§ The image can appear in print, electronic or web-based advertisements for the product in which it features.
§ The licensee may crop, colour, rotate, enlarge, reduce or otherwise alter the image as he sees fit.
§ The artist’s signature must appear in the final version of the image. The signature may be moved to make the image more manageable but must appear in the final image.
§ The artist’s name (Billiam Babble) must appear in the product’s credits.
§ The images may be used without restriction for personal use.