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A Review of the Role Playing Game Supplement Town Backdrop: Wolverton

Town Backdrop: Wolverton by John Bennett is a role playing game supplement published by Raging Swan Press for use with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. As such, the supplement is covered by the Open Game License, and some of it is considered to be Open Game Content. Wolverton is the sole town and capital of The Lonely Coast, a mini-campaign setting that is available for free. Wolverton itself is a town with a definite dark side, as gangs of smugglers fight bloody battles in the shadows and a rising merchant class plots to seize power from the land’s lord.

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Free Role Playing Game Supplement Review: GM’s Monthly Miscellany: October 2014

GM’s Monthly Miscellany: October 2014 is a free role playing game supplement published by Raging Swan Press, primarily for use with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. This is one in a regular monthly series of supplements which consists of eleven standard editions and a twelfth, compilation, edition which is also available as a print on demand softcover. The supplement is covered by the Open Game License and therefore some of it is considered to be Open Game Content.

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A Review of the Role Playing Game Supplement Village Backdrop: Oakhurst

Village Backdrop: Oakhurst by John Bennett is a role playing game supplement published by Raging Swan Press. The supplement is intended for use with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game and is as a result covered by the Open Game License, making some of it Open Game Content. Oakhurst is a settlement in The Lonely Coast mini-setting, the most distant and most peculiar of all the human settlements, and is within the Tangled Wood. Oakhurst is also the site of the adventure Against the Cult of the Bat God.

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Free Role Playing Game Supplement Review: GM’s Monthly Miscellany: September 2014

GM’s Monthly Miscellany: September 2014 is a free role playing game supplement published by Raging Swan Press, primarily for use with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. The supplement is one in a regular monthly series which consists of eleven normal issues and a twelfth, compilation, issue, which is also available as a print on demand softcover. The supplement is covered by the Open Game License and therefore some of it is considered to be Open Game Content.

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A Review of the Role Playing Game Supplement Village Backdrop: Hosford

Village Backdrop: Hosford by John Bennett is a role playing game supplement published by Raging Swan Press for use with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. As such, the supplement is covered by the Open Game License and therefore some of it is considered to be Open Game Content. The settlement is part of The Lonely Coast mini-setting, located between the town of Wolverton and the village of Swallowfield on the coast.

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Free Role Playing Game Supplement Review: GM’s Monthly Miscellany: August 2014

GM’s Monthly Miscellany: August 2014 is a free role playing game supplement published by Raging Swan Press. This is one in a regular monthly series of supplements, primarily intended for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game, consisting of eleven regular issues and a twelfth compilation issue that is also available as a print on demand softcover. The supplement is covered by the Open Game License and therefore some of it is considered to be Open Game Content.

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A Review of the Role Playing Game Supplement Village Backdrop: Bossin

Village Backdrop: Bossin by John Bennett is a role playing game supplement published by Raging Swan Press. The supplement is intended for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game and, as such, is covered by the Open Game License with some of it being Open Game Content. The village itself is one of the settlements in The Lonely Coast campaign mini-setting.

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Free Role Playing Game Supplement Review: The Lonely Coast

The Lonely Coast is a free role playing game supplement published by Raging Swan Press for use with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. The supplement is covered by the Open Game License and therefore some of it is considered to be Open Game Content. The Lonely Coast is described as being a mini campaign setting and, as well as this supplement, there are a number of others set in the same area, including tribes, settlements and adventures.

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A Review of the Role Playing Game Supplement Avalon’s Mystic Treasures, Five Rods

Avalon’s Mystic Treasures, Five Rods by A. J. Kenning is a role playing game supplement published by the Avalon Game Company for use with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game, one in a series of supplements detailing magic items. The supplement is covered by the Open Game License and therefore some of it is considered to be Open Game Content.

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Free Role Playing Game Supplement Review: GM’s Monthly Miscellany: July 2014

GM’s Monthly Miscellany: July 2014 is a free role playing game supplement published by Raging Swan Press, primarily intended for use with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. This is one in a regular monthly series that consists of eleven normal issues followed by a twelfth that is a compilation and which is available as a print on demand softcover. The supplement is covered by the Open Game License and therefore some of it is considered to be Open Game Content.

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