You will have noticed that today is Talk LIke a Pirate Day. Sites are doing pirate things all over the web. All over the web pirate things are going on. Oh, wait, ahem…
What will Geek Native do? Some clever, academic, geeky pirate essay?
No. This blog will instead offer up a bunch of pirate RPGs and supplements and invite a discussion as to which has the most sexy cover?
If we missed one feel free to add a link and image in the comments below!
Avalanche Press’s Black Flags: Piracy in the Caribbean
We don’t really need to discuss some of Avalanche Press’ sales techniques. They actual prefer to make historical RPGs but I wonder how accurate this front cover is.
Erisian Entertainment’s Rooks’s Haven
A city founded by pirates and popualted by the dregs of society. No wonder some call it “The City of Vice and Depravity”. Rooks’ Haven was the first supplement for Lady’s Rock.
Paizo’s Pathfinder Path #37: Souls for Smuggler’s Shiv
Part of Paizo’s monthly 96-paged, full-colour, series – adventures, monsters and other stuff to pirate up your Pathfinder game.
Erisian Entertainment’s Plying the Aether
This is Erisian’s seas supplement that fits with Rook’s Haven into the Lady’s Rock setting.
Living Imagination’s Pirates!
The Le Games’ Unorthodox Pirates
From a long line of d20 supplements. The Le Games offered GMs a quick, effective and cheap way to introduce new classes into their game.
New Dimension Games’ Pirates: The Fountain of Youth
An adventure from New Dimension Games that requires their Caribbean Setting Campaign book. It’s listed today as our token effort for ye olde sexy.
White Wolf’s Blood and Salt
Every title White Wolf produced for the Exalted line has a sexy factor to some degree. This particular supplement seems rather more modest than some.
White Wolf’s Savage Seas
Another pirate influenced offering from White Wolf for Exalted. I’m not entirely sure what’s going on here – except I see tentacles and this is an anime game.