Legendary Games is excited to release our latest new 20-level hybrid class for Pathfinder, the Kinetic Shinobi. Blending the power of stealth, secrecy, and slashing style of the ninja and wielding the unbound energies of the kineticist! Brought to you by N. Jolly and his merry masters of the martial (and kinetic) arts, you can pick up Legendary Hybrids: Kinetic Shinobi right now at the Legendary Games webstore, Open Gaming Store, Paizo, and DrivethruRPG!
But that Asian influence isn’t just for Pathfinder! We have a fantastic 5E adventure for 8th level characters out today as well, taking your heroes to a mysterious city buried in the inaccessible ice at the top of the world, where the lost legacy of an Asian empire lingers on amidst the alien ruins. This awesome adventure in an evocative setting weaves together sci-fi and horror elements with a blend of Western and Eastern fantasy framed by a journey to the uttermost ends of the world. You can grab Under Frozen Stars (5E) today at the Legendary Games webstore, Open Gaming Store, Paizo, and DrivethruRPG!
Next week brings even more macabre mayhem delving into the depths of disturbia with a new 5E horror adventure for 9th level characters, Feasting at Lanterngeist!
Pathfinder gets into the act as well with a new product dedicated to dealing out doom to those that disturb the eternal rest of the ancient dead. Our Egyptian Patreon patrons (you can sign up anytime!) will get the first look at Ancient Curses as soon as it gets through layout, but it should be available to all by next Friday, featuring new curse-based archetypes, expanded rules for crafting cursed items, haunt-like cursed locations from CR 1 to CR 17, and a collection of brand-new curses fit for a pharaoh!
And last but not least, we’d be remiss if we didn’t celebrate yet another 5-star-seal-of-approval review from Endzeitgeist, this time for Mythic Monsters: Mesoamerica!
[A]s a whole, this is a truly evocative, unique array of adversaries. More important, at least to me as a professed aficionado of Aztec mythology and Mesoamerican folklore, the creatures herein just are infinitely closer to what they ought to be doing. Increasingly, I can observe this series spoiling me horribly regarding monsters – I expect by now that a creature has a couple of unique, flavorful tricks up its sleeve – so much so that the last two bestiaries, from a mechanic point of view, often disappointed me. This pdf’s achievement, then, would lie in actually making these evocative, classic and oh so awesome beings finally live up to their myths. Mythic indeed.
You can read the full review on Endy’s page here, and you also can help bring Endy to Indy by purchasing this amazing bundle, featuring a ton of his best-reviewed products from Legendary Games and others at a fantastic discount!