RPG Print News – Free League, Pacesetter, and More

Dungeons & Dragons has plenty of support this week. Adventures, maps, and miniatures painted or primed including an ice troll and snow golems to celebrate snow in April in the USA. My current favorite RPG, The One Ring 2nd Edition, gets two types of dice (one for Gandalf and one for Sauron) with special symbols on some faces, a screen, and a magical elven city with new rule options. There are cards for use in any fantasy RPG that include magic items, a running race, and more; and Shadowrun 6th Edition gets dice and tokens.

Note: RPG Print News covers new RPG releases and some classics, reprints, and sales available from retailers. It does not cover products that are only available to customers through kickstarter or as print on demand.

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The Lost Triptych | Path of the Vanished by Pacesetter Games
  • SYSTEM: Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition
  • PRODUCT TYPE: hardcover adventure supplements
  • RETAIL PRICE: $50/$40
  • DESCRIPTION: The Lost Triptych is a campaign for characters of levels 8-12. Minions of a rival deity have stolen a sacred artifact of one of the PC’s order and brought the holy device to the Mountain of Whispers, the stomping grounds of evil sycophants and zealot soldiers. The precious artifact has been broken into separate pieces and hidden in secret locations. No doubt, the high priest Miltotok is preparing the rituals and spells to make the device a vessel for evil at this very moment. Path of the Vanished is designed for characters levels 1-10. Purple-sailed ships terrorize the coasts ruthlessly and horrifically. Entire villages disappear in a single night; no survivors or corpses have been recovered and no prisoners have been recovered from dark markets. To defeat the raiders, the PCs must follow the path of the vanished.

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Into the Unknown (5e) | Into the Unknown (Three System Hardcover) | Into the Unknown Map Book | Into the Unknown - Map of Farrador by Pacesetter Games
  • SYSTEM: Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition/Swords & Wizardry/BX RPG
  • PRODUCT TYPE: softcover/hardcover/softcover/map
  • RETAIL PRICE: $25/$70/$10/$3
  • DESCRIPTION: Into the Unknown is a solo adventure for a character of level 1-5. With training at Farrador Keep finally finished, the PC is now a fully-fledged adventurer ready to make a name known through all the lands. The PC will explore abandoned mines, save villages from devastating foes, and make a name as the next true adventurer. The Into the Unknown (Three System Hardcover) contains three versions of the adventure for three different RPG systems. The Map Book contains the maps used in Into the Unknown. It is a supplement to the core book. The Map of Farrador is the region map of the realm in which the PC explores while playing Into the Unknown.
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Loremaster's Screen and Rivendell Compendium | The One Ring Eight White Dice Set | The One Ring Eight Black Dice Set by Free League Publishing
  • SYSTEM: The One Ring Core Rules (2nd Edition)
  • PRODUCT TYPE: screen and booklet/eight dice packs (Gandalf and Sauron versions)
  • RETAIL PRICE: $29.25 and $19.95 for each dice pack
  • DESCRIPTION: A deluxe Loremaster’s Screen in landscape format with beautiful art on the outside and a host of useful tables and important information on the inside. The Rivendell Compendium contains information about The Last Homely House, including a map of the valley and a plan of the house itself. Some of Rivendell’s inhabitants are included, including Elrond, who can be used as a new patron. Finally, there are also new rules for how to create High Elf Player-heroes. The One Ring Dice Sets have d6s with an elven rune in place of the 6 face. The d12s have an eye of Sauron and a Gandalf rune in place of the 11 and 12 faces.
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Waterdeep Dragon Heist Set #1 D&D Miniatures1 | Waterdeep Dragon Heist Set #2 D&D Miniatures | The Mwangi Expanse - Adult Cloud Dragon by WizKids
  • SYSTEM: Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition/Pathfinder 2nd Edition
  • PRODUCT TYPE: pre-painted and pre-assembled plastic miniature packs
  • RETAIL PRICE: $49.99 each
  • DESCRIPTION: Waterdeep Dragon Heist Set #1 contains some of Waterdeeps most terrifying foes, as well as some of its legendary heroes. Includes: Aurinax, Nihiloor, Xanathar, Sylgar, Victoro Cassalanter, Ammalia Cassalanter, Jarlaxle Baenre, and Manshoon. In Waterdeep Dragon Heist Set #2 a grand urban caper awaits. PCs pit their skill and bravado against villains the likes of which they’ve never faced before. These seven miniatures include: Nimblewright, Saeth Cromley, Barnibus Blastwind, Urstul Floxin, Drow Gunslinger, Yalah Gralhund, and Orond Gralhund. With its Huge size, the Adult Cloud Dragon stands over five inches tall and has a 75 mm base. In an RPG game, the dragon gives the PCs a real challenge, or the dragon works as an intimidating display for home or office.
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D&D Nolzur's Marvelous Unpainted Minis: Ice Troll | D&D Nolzur's Marvelous Unpainted Minis: Snow Golems | D&D Nolzur's Marvelous Unpainted Minis: Cyclops by WizKids
  • SYSTEM: Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition
  • PRODUCT TYPE: miniature packs pre-primed with Acrylicos Vallejo primer
  • RETAIL PRICE: $4.99 each and $14.99 for the cyclops
  • DESCRIPTION: Snow is falling in the USA in April so these two monsters fit right in. The ice troll has a 50 mm base. The two snow golems are 40 mm and 47 mm tall with 25 mm bases. One of them is ready for a deadly snowball fight and other one is just asking to get beaten up in a fist fight. The cyclops is here because I have a hard time seeing a time without snow at this point. It is approximately 87 mm tall with a 75 mm base.
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Tiny Library by Long Tail Games
  • SYSTEM: fantasy system neutral
  • PRODUCT TYPE: deck of 50 cards
  • RETAIL PRICE: $19.95
  • DESCRIPTION: Each card is a unique design representing a distinct vision from dozens of different creators. PCs will quaff mysterious potions with magical effects, test their Nerves, Toughness and Savvy in a most dangerous race, visit The Twin Towns on the Sea, and more.
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Shadowrun 6E: Dice & Edge Tokens Set 2 (Green) by Catalyst Game Labs
  • SYSTEM: Shadowrun - Sixth World (City Edition Seattle, 6th Edition)
  • PRODUCT TYPE: 12 dice, 7 Edge tokens
  • RETAIL PRICE: $19.99
  • DESCRIPTION: Toss a handful of dice to out-maneuver or out-gun an opponent and bring a rush. Kick it up a notch and spend some Edge to boost an action. Add more dice to a Shadowrun game, along with a great way to track your Edge!
 

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Charles Dunwoody

Charles Dunwoody





Thank you for being polite at my complete lack of basic reading skills.

Your reading skills are fine! Your question makes sense to me. I actually meant the description on Miniature Market. I didn't point it out specifically anywhere other than the title on EN World because the monster has been around for years in both D&D and Pathfinder so really can be used with a variety of systems.
 

talien

Community Supporter
Those Pathfinder snow golems are super creepy . . . . they look more like poop golems! Ew. Sorry.
This is one of those situations where paint jobs make a big difference. Turns out the difference between snow and poop isn't in the texture of the model, but the paint (it's a problem for all amorphous 3D figures, not just these golems).

My bigger concern: Someone had to add human-like teeth to these golems!
 

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