Fantasy city setting for all editions of D&D and Pathfinder
Making the Most of Your TTRPG Collection
I love adding cool stuff from books I’ve bought and from blogs and online articles into my game. But when you buy as many D&D and TTRPG books and PDFs as I do, it can be hard to keep up with what you’ve got, let alone read, or make use of everything. Things like Bundles…
A Guide to the Scarlet Citadel Map Overlays Part 1
One of the coolest things about Scarlet Citadel are the amazing dungeon maps by Jon Pintar. These are available on excellent quality laminated card (like the Pathfinder Flip Mats) in the Scarlet Citadel Map Folio. This superb package also includes a set of overlays – smaller cards which are used to reflect changes to the…
Parsantium in Midgard
Parsantium: City at the Crossroads is a city sourcebook for all editions of D&D and Pathfinder, which I wrote and published in 2014. Parsantium is a melting pot, a city where trade routes meet and where cultures collide. Inspired by Byzantium with its rich Greco-Roman heritage, Parsantium incorporates characters, monsters and magic from the Tales…
Van Richten’s Guide to Empire of the Ghouls Part 1
I’ve been a fan of Ravenloft since the original AD&D I6 adventure and the 2nd Edition Realms of Terror boxed set, so I was excited to read Van Richten’s Guide to Ravenloft, the latest D&D book from Wizards of the Coast. This series of blog posts offers some ideas on how a DM running Empire…
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Richard Green has been in love with tabletop roleplaying games since the 80s. He is the author and publisher of Parsantium: City at the Crossroads, a city sourcebook for use with all editions of D&D and Pathfinder. His freelance design credits include the Midgard Worldbook, Empire of the Ghouls, and the Southlands Worldbook for Kobold Press, as well as work for the D&D Adventurers League and Raging Swan Press.
Richard lives in London, UK with his wife Kate and two cats. You can find him on Twitter @richgreen01 and on Mastodon @firstname.lastname@example.org.