Monday, April 26, 2010

Fey Pimp

What is the point of having a blog if you can’t indulge in a little shameless self-promotion from time to time?
I authored a product for Alluria Publishing; it is a self-contained Monster Manual, Fey Folio I: Unseelie Court (and the first review)In addition to describing all types of cruel and mischievous fey humanoids, it also has a sample campaign, skill challenges, an interwoven story to keep the entries somewhat cohesive, and a few magic items your PCs may want.
I am proud of the product, in part because I think the writing is solid. In part because I really pushed the boundaries with some of the stat blocks regarding creative use of actions. And in part because the ART FUCKING ROCKS! (Done by Vasilis Zikos)
Anywho, I hope you check it out, I don’t think you will be disappointed.

And while this supplement is for 4e fans . . . I’ve got something cooking for Pathfinder fans on the horizon.
One last note – this week will be full of self-promotion, no small amount of self-aggrandizement, and surely shitloads of hyperbole. J 
In truth, the next few blog posts will give some behind the scenes info on the creation of the fey folio . . . what myths didn’t make it in, how D&Dized certain legendary races, etc. 

Until then.


  1. Just wanted to let you know I did a review of your new Fey Folio - and it was fantastic! Between your writing and Zikos' artwork I was totally blown away, and want to congratulate you on a job VERY well done!

  2. Is this the supplement you were talking about that you have the monster builder files for? Man, I'm running a 4e Celtic-themed wilderness campaign - this supplement looks AMAZING.

    I wrote WoTC support about distributing Monster Builder files - I've yet to hear back, though.

  3. wickedmurph - Yup. I hope you enjoy it if you get it -- Also, if you hear from WotC let me know, I'll run it by the publisher then.

    Thanks for the comments!