Kickstarter Ramen Sandwich Press: Paladin Queen's Forest on Kickstarter, New Website, and More!

doogx

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Catching you up on the latest from Ramen Sandwich Press:

Anyone who trespasses on royal land can expect trouble. Entering the Paladin Queen's Forest is easy enough, but getting back out again — not so much. Our advice is to watch out for bears — and did we mention the basilisk? Yeah, there's a basilisk. Our ninth location module for D&D 5E and Pathfinder (both 2E and 1E supported) is now live on Kickstarter!

We've also been busy upgrading our website. We like the fresher, cleaner look. Plus, there's an online store where you can order everything published by Ramen Sandwich Press, plus most of our Ramen Sandwich Tees history-themed apparel without having to go to a different site. You can still find our stuff on Amazon and DTRPG other fine online retailers, but now you don't have to leave our site if you don't want to.

Our website is now up-to-date with product information and purchase links for Places by the Way #8: Oasis of the Elementals and Found by the Way #8: Path to the Mizar Oasis, our most recent published module. Plus there's a link to Dungeon Master's Guild if you're interested in the Forgotten Realms version of the module, An Oasis in Anauroch. It's the Arabian Nights meets A Fistful of Dollars. Don't miss it!

For those of you who like collections of new items but have skipped over our location modules, we also published Tome of the Utility Drawer, which collects 20 new mechanical bits — most of them new items and magic items from Places by the Way and Found by the Way into one volume. Compatible with D&D 5E, Pathfinder 2E and 1E.

Finally, we have also published notes to help you run the first seven Found by the Way modules, which were written for Pathfinder 1E, with Pathfinder 2E. They're collected in a PDF which you can download for free through DTRPG or order it through our online store and we'll email you a copy.
 

doogx

Explorer
We're off to a great start: three days into the campaign, and we're already 75% funded! The response has been even better than we expected. Get read for a module that is anything but a pleasant stroll through the woods!

In the meantime, you can give a listen to an episode of the Harold on Games podcast that I recorded late last year for a deeper dive into Places by the Way and Found by the Way. Harold Buchanan is a deft interviewer who kept me on the rails for a solid hour as we talked about my journey through gaming and writing/developing for RPGs — no mean feat. He does a great gaming podcast; it's mostly about boardgames, but he knows some of the most interesting people in the gaming hobby and industry.
 

doogx

Explorer
9 days left in the campaign, and we've hit our funding target! As always, we're grateful for everyone's support — it's inspiring to know that you're interested, and it helps keep us going in more ways than one. There's still time to get in on the fun, and we'll also open a Backerkit store after the campaign ends for anyone who missed out all together.

Work on The Paladin Queen's Forest continues apace. It's going to feature a large section devoted to random encounters to harass your party as they try to find their way through the forest, and it's thorough enough so that you may find it useful in other contexts as a forest random encounter table. Also, it focuses on relatively complete explanations of the circumstances of the encounter, so you are not left to wonder why there is a centaur in the forest and how it might reach to your party.
 

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