Indie Blackbyrne Publishing has stepped up from their Dark Veil series of adventures and created an entire campaign setting. Age of Lords is set on a large continent with a long history. In the aftermath of an epic war, nations are embroiled in tense conspiracies and political intrigue. It’s available for both Pathfinder and 4E (this review focuses on the Pathfinder version).
Blackbyrne Publishing’s Dark Veil Campaign continues with the fourth adventure in the series, Sands of Despair. The heroes have drawn deific attention, and even time itself becomes unstable as they traverse a desert that is not a desert in search of a magical artifact.
The long-awaited third volume in Blackbyrne Publishing’s 4E Dark Veil adventure series has arrived. The Prophecy Revealed lets the PCs explore a jungle island infested by spiders and learn a strange secret that will shape their destinies.
Blackbyrne Publishing has released the second adventure in their Dark Veil Campaign, Manor of Deceit. Designed for a 4e party of 3rd level characters, it’s a major leap forward from the series’ first installment. Fun combat, interesting skill challenges and an intriguing, creepy story make for an excellent adventure.
Blackbyrne Publishing has started a series of adventures designed for use with 4E D&D. The first volume, “The Hidden Current,” will carry 1st level PCs into some intrigue and banditry. And a lot of ambushes.