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06-03-2010, 01:11 AM
As I'm the new cartographer for Frog God Games (http://talesofthefroggod.com/), I'm proud to give some info on the ongoing project, provided by the boss, Bill Webb:

We are one of those rogue 3rd party publishers doing our own things. We hope you will like our work! Our distribution will be by subscription, with a new chapter or chapters of a book or books every month.
We will sell print books after a subscription is complete, with a substantial discount for those who sponsor us through the subscription process. Our format will support the Paizo Pathfinder tm system though as we are all old school gamers, and 1e, 2e and even 0e flavor is our style and mantra. If you want to know the flavor of the elven tea, we are not your guys. If you want to slay dragons, rescue maidens and steal the treasure...well, we are.
We don't promise that you will love us, but we do promise that:
• Our art will be good
• Our maps will be outstanding
• Our content will be well edited and very, very challenging
Anyone who has read my works with Necromancer Games(tm) knows that I deliver what I promise, and that the quality of products I write and develop is high. Greg's works speak for themselves, including writing for WOTC and others. Discussion of Slumbering Tsar Saga™ and other releases can be found on the Necromancer Games Forums (http://necromancergames.yuku.com/)
Most importantly, we are doing this because we love the hobby, and we want to keep the table alive. Down with MMOs! Down with video games! Down with miniature games thinly disguised as roleplaying games!

Robert Altbauer, Cartographer
Bill "Tsathogga" Webb, The Golden Grognard

06-03-2010, 03:42 AM
Cool beans Sep! I don't play Pathfinder but it sounds like you got some nice work lined up.

06-03-2010, 04:12 AM
Nice gig, Sap!

06-03-2010, 04:59 AM
I have done the first bundle of maps and it was quite interesting; my maps will begin to appear in 'Slumbering Tsar: Temple-City of Orcus, Part 1 —The Tower of Weeping Sores' and the following chapters.
I have already the first example in hands, the result looks really great.

Steel General
06-03-2010, 06:32 AM
Congratz Sapiento!

06-04-2010, 11:38 AM
Cool Sapiento, way to go :) ... don't really know the others, but now I know the mapping at least will be top notch :)

06-04-2010, 06:07 PM
Way cool - well done. I haven't tried pathfinder but I know I should.

06-05-2010, 03:46 PM
Congratulations! That soudns like a good gig. I'll definitely try to check out those products. I play PF and it's a great version of the 3.5 system.

06-07-2010, 02:23 AM
Thanks guys. Definitely a great project and extremely detailed.