Pathfinder Chronicler Vol. 4

I’m happy to have another short story, The Orphan Crusade, published in the pages of Pathfinder Chronicler which was released at this year’s PaizoCon. PFC is a fan fiction publication featuring fantasy stories set in Golarion, the home world setting for Pathfinder adventures. The cover art for this volume is the best yet, I think.

 

 

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Pathfinder Chronicler Availabe On Paizo

You can now download the fan fiction inspired works published in the Pathfinder Chronicler Anthology Volumes I – III on Paizo! Especially volumes II & III, since they have tales by yours truly in them. Check it out here:

http://paizo.com/products/btpy90io?Pathfinder-Chronicler-Anthology-Vol-2-Download

http://paizo.com/products/btpy98dj?Pathfinder-Chronicler-Anthology-Vol-3-Download

http://paizo.com/products/btpy8lcz?Pathfinder-Chronicler-Anthology-Vol-1-Download

 

 

Pathfinder Chronicler Anthology, Vol. 2 Download

Pathfinder Chronicler Anthology, Vol. 3 Download

Pathfinder Chronicler Anthology Vol. III

My copies of PFC vol. 3 arrived late last week. Like the previous volume, it’s a nice looking book with more fantastic cover art by Carolina Eade. My story Monsters in the Attic kicks off on page 91, and takes place in that most wonderful of places, Nidal (Hellraiser, meet Pathfinder).

Before now, about the only way you could pick up one of these fan fiction packed anthologies was to attend a convention–but no more! If you would like to have one of these for youself, you can secure it by making a donation to Pathfinder Chronicler. Visit the site at http://pathfinderchronicler.net/ to find out how to get that, art posters, or to submit your own story. The next fiction contest is underway right now!

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Dice Are Rolling

Had a good time rolling dice this past weekend with free RPG and Worldwide D&D days going. It looks as if D&D Next has greatly solidified itself as a game, but with lots of tweaking still in the works. I’ve seen a lot of people still adjusting to a game that doesn’t require a 1-inch gridded battlemat in order to play. Pathfinder remains my game of choice, but I do like the “theater of the mind” free-flow feel you can get with games like World of Darkness and now D&D Next. This is a much improved step beyond the horror (and failure) of D&D 4E. And then We Be Goblins Too! was released for Pathfinder, because who doesn’t want to play a goblin?? And everybody knows Pathfinder has the best, most fun goblins around. There were some great takeaways from the event, including materials from some of my favorite settings–World of Darkness, Shadowrun, and Star Wars. It looks like both World of Darkness and Shadowrun are working on a little revamping (pun intended, WoD) to their game mechanics.

What else? It’s another year to wait for the next season of Game of Thrones, which remains my favorite program. True Blood kicked off this past weekend, and at this point I can take it or leave it. There are some initial indicators that this season might be interesting, but they’ve got some ground to make up to catch mine. I think it was the whole faerie thing that turned me off. I’ve been catching up on Grimm, as the DVR has been throwing out threatening signs like “!” and “4% space left.” Grimm didn’t turn out to be the show I expected it to be, but I enjoy it as a campy sort of fairy tale. Kind of in the same way I like the movie Lake Placid

I should have in my hands a copy of Pathfinder Chronicler Vol. 3 next month, which will have a short story I wrote within it called Monsters in the Attic.  Although it took a deal of time for them to get volume 2 out, it’s a nice looking book, so I’m looking forward to seeing volume 3. Unfortunately the only way to lay your hands on one of these books is by attending a convention like PaizoCon. Hopefully that will change in the future, as they’re making a lot of good changes to this fan fiction site.