Green Ronin publish some iconic RPGs such as Mutants & Masterminds and the AGE System used in the official The Expanse tabletop game.
The game-maker also has the setting Freeport, a mashup of fantasy and piracy splashed with cosmic horror that’s seen some rulesets, including Pathfinder. Pathfinder is the RPG engine of the Freeport Collection, on offer this week.
The Bundle deal expires on May 31st.
Freeport Collection – $17.95
The retail value of the bundle comes to $85.
- Freeport: City of Adventure (PF1E)
- Freeport Bestiary (PF1E)
- Return to Freeport
- 6 Pathfinder Short Cuts
Freeport is a sandbox setting of classic fantasy, piracy, and Lovecraftian horror, with filthy streets and desperate action, where you live on rum and sea biscuits rather than waybread and nectar. The supernatural exists but is difficult to control; crime and greed have more clout than curses and spells, and pirates may be more dangerous than monsters. There’s piracy, black magic, sunken cities, mad alchemists, thievery, evil cults, political corruption, gang warfare, and suspicious lumps in your fish pie. Freeport is known as the City of Adventure.
Green Ronin’s signature city setting, Freeport, has hosted thousands of RPG campaigns over the past two decades. The city debuted in the short adventure Death in Freeport, released at GenCon 2000 on the same day as the new Third Edition of D&D – “at the very epicenter of the d20 explosion,” as Chris Pramas put it. Green Ronin created a d20 System product line before moving on to standalone one-shot sourcebooks for Savage Worlds, Fate, Castles & Crusades, and True20.
- Green Ronin Publishing’s: Freeport Pathfinder.
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