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Recently, the folks over at Paizo had a Twitch stream where they collectively with the audience built themselves a monster for Pathfinder. The Ailurans are what they came up with. This new monster has been created mostly by you, the players, and is now ready to take its place in your campaigns. Paizo's posted up its full stats and information on their website.

The land to the east is the home of the beast folk. They started from nothing to create just a little plot of land that they could call their own to homestead. Now, your characters can go and see what they're up to in Untamed Lands, the new expansion book for Ponyfinder. It's got not just info about the people and the region, but new gear, new spells, new class options, and more. You can pick up your copy now.

Whoooooooooooooooooah! We're halfway there!
Whooo-OH! It'll be the weekend relatively soon!

Ok, so I'm not exactly Bon-Jovi. Who is?
Anyway, it's still true that we're halfway to the weekend. I'm looking forward to an Eberron game that I still need to make a character for. Might try and do that this afternoon. We'll see. But while I'm crunching the numbers on a new PC, you should crunch on a bite-sized gaming story.

On the platter today we have: Norse Miniatures Adventurers and Adversaries 2 Kickstarter Launching Soon

You can try and run a very serious, somewhat strict RPG. But we all know that eventually things will get a bit silly. And what's wrong with that if everyone's having fun? Well, Them's Monsters looks to bring you some new creatures that you can toss at your party. Some are more serious than others, because a little levity never hurt. The project is up on Kickstarter now.

Monte Cook is just a name you know when you get into the gaming industry. His works are legendary and vast. But as time marches on, some of them go out of print or the systems they were written for are updated. Thankfully, there's nothing keeping those games and adventures from being updated as well. Case in point, Ptolus, Monte Cook's RPG setting is getting updated for 5th Edition and Cypher System. The project is up on Kickstarter now.

Games Workshop has a whole lot of things going on in their webshop this week. There's a new Necromunda book and unit. They've got some new Middle-earth Strategy Battle Game kits. But they've also got a bunch of heroes for Age of Sigmar now available individually. So, if you've been wanting some of these figures but didn't want to have to buy a huge set to get them, now you can. As I say, it's a lot going on.

For those looking to get some more adventures in the land of Rokugan, or to keep your superhero cards from getting dirty, Fantasy Flight has some new releases for you. For the Legend of the Five Rings RPG, there's two books, Path of Waves and Sins of Regret. For Marvel Champions, there's a bunch of play mats featuring some of the game's iconic characters.

Haunted houses. They're filled with mystery and possible terror. Strange sounds. Flickering lights. Doorways that seem to come and go. All combine to give a very unsettling feeling to the location. But it's just the sort of place adventurers tend to find themselves. The Haunting of Eliuska Manor is a new 5th edition RPG adventure that takes players to an old manorhouse. The adventure is up on Kickstarter now.

Many people hold celebrations in winter. It's the end of the year and the start of a new one. It's time to think back on the year that was, all the memories with friends, family, and loved ones. And that's just what you get to do in Winter Harvest, a new RPG that's up on Kickstarter. Players take on the role of woodland animals looking to maintain their home through the year, then get together for a giant feast at the end.

The new adventure anthology series, The Curious Case of the Malfunctioning P.R.A.N.C.E.R., is now available for the Tails of Equestria RPG from River Horse. Players will be met with a myriad of different problems, all of which they'll have to figure out how to solve in different ways. Drop these into your campaigns whenever you need a quick side-mission.

Venger Satanis, the mind behind Kort'thalis Publishing, has many thoughts on what makes a D&D game awesome. He's collected them and put them all together in a single book, the Crimson Dragon Slayer, so you can have rockin', kick-ass sessions whenever you want. He's put out an updated version of the book, and it's free to download, so why not go see what he's got in mind? It might just help out your game.

It feels like it's been a while since we've had a new set of releases from Brother Vinni, but the long wait is over. If you're in the market for some new SAGA figures, particularly troops armed with either axes or longswords, then you're in luck, as that's exactly what the new figures are armed with. Have yourselves a look.

Sure, your characters can just head down to a local shop and -hope- that they have the specific potion, magic item, or bit of gear that your party needs. Maybe your DM is nice like that. But what if you're an enterprising type and want to just build it for yourself? That's where The Ultimate Guide to Alchemy, Crafting & Enchanting comes in. It's a new D&D supplement that's up on Kickstarter now.

There's tons of different reasons that someone might miss out on a Kickstarter campaign. But just because the timer's run out doesn't mean that you've lost the chance to get all the cool extras and special pricing. For example, Painting Polygons is now taking late pledges for their Animal Adventures: Secrets of Gullet Cove campaign. Want to get yourself some babypuppies and pretty kittes for your D&D games? You can get your name on the list to get them now.

Last Sword Miniatures is running a new Kickstarter campaign to get you some more elven figures for your 9th Age games. This time around, they're focusing on the more elites and highborn of the army, with several different types of knights and much more.

Tomorrow, we'll get the next full batch of updates for the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game. If you're like me, whenever a game you play is getting updated, you're chomping at the bit for every bit of info you can get. Will your favorite units change? Will a unit that gives you trouble get updated? What's going to happen in the meta? Well, to help out some, CMON has another preview of what changes will be coming, along with a look forward at the game after those updates hit the street.

I never want to go out into the ocean. That's just not for me. Too many things living out there that we know nothing about. I'm going to firmly keep my feet on solid ground. But should I ever want to go out to sea, I can still do so vicariously through Sunken, a new RPG expansion for the Trophy RPG. Yo ho ho and a bottle of keep me on the solid ground. The book is up on Kickstarter now.

I love to cook. I love the chemistry of it and mixing different flavors to (hopefully) form something greater than its different parts. If you're like me and you'd love to bring cooking to your RPGs, you might want to check out Dragon Stew. It's a new cooking supplement for 5th edition, letting your characters eat more than just hard tac 'n' beans whenever they're out on an adventure. The book is up on Kickstarter now.

A place to hang your hat. It's as important for you as it is for your adventuring party. But as they are usually out and on the move, your characters might not have a place to truly call home. Well, Safe & Sound looks to fix that. It's a new RPG zine that's part of Zine Quest that's up on Kickstarter now. It's full of all sorts of locations for your players to rest and relax, as well as various NPCs that you can put in your games to take care of it while the adventurers are out and about saving the world.

Sure, you've got your sci-fi settings and your fantasy settings. But what if you want to infuse your fantasy settings with some of your sci-fi settings? There's fewer of those things out there. But there's more on the way with What Happened at Wyvern Rock issue 2. This new project that's part of the Zine Quest explosion over on Kickstarter looks to bring UFOs, strange creatures, and aliens to your games.

Want more material that you can plug right into your RPG sessions? Old School & Cool is here to help. They're part of the big Zine Quest push that's going on over on Kickstarter right now. Their latest campaign is ready to bring you 40 more pages of awesome action with an 80s flair and 2020's innovation.

Having a pre-made adventure ready to go can make the life of a GM infinitely easier. You can just pick up and go with it, only having to tweak it to fit your game as opposed to creating something from scratch. Or, they can be used as a weekend one-shot when you want to do something different. Whatever way you use them, they're a good time, and a new one is up on Kickstarter now. Lair of the Battle Mage is an old-school-style adventure where players are heading into the lair of an "old and feeble" battle mage... that's been old and feeble for decades, but still apparently packs a punch. The book is up on Kickstarter now.

Many of you have probably see a game of Kings of War: Vanguard being played. Or maybe you've only seen posts online about it. You've been curious and want to know more. If you could only get your hands on a rulebook, that'd give you everything you need to know about if you want to give the game a go or not. Well, Mantic is here to help. They've posted the Vanguard rulebook up on their website and you can download it for free.

CMON is working on more updates to the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game. The updates focus around the newer factions, including the Free Folk. One of their stand-out figures are the Giants that they can bring to the board. Well, they're getting an update. How are these behemoths changing? Find out below.