Product Plug — Dungeon Dressing: Walls

Welcome back to Everyman Gaming! As the title suggests, I have a quick product plug for everyone. (I gotta promote myself SOMEHOW, right?) Today Raging Swan Press released the latest installment of their Dungeon Dressings line: Dungeon Dressing: Walls, written by yours truly. Dungeon Dressing is intended to allow GMs to add an extra bit of flair to their dungeons with interesting rules, traps, and decorations to the topic. In Dungeon Dressing: Walls, I’ve included details such as building materials, styles, special features, damage and additions, traps, and much more! My favorite part of Dungeon Dressing: Walls is the traps section, which includes a trap that I believe to be inexcusably absent from the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game, the mechanical mimic! No, its not a robotic treasure chest-shaped monstrosity; a mechanical mimic is essentially a trap that can only be sprung by someone who is looking for traps. Think the secret bookcase trap from the opening of Scooby Doo, Where Are You?

Available for a modest $1.99, this product (as well as all products in the Dungeon Dressing line) are sure to help you add an extra flair to your GameMastering that even mathematics can’t replicate! If any of this interests you, support Raging Swan Press (and me indirectly) by picking up a copy of Dungeon Dressing: Walls today! Or on pay day; I’m not picky.

Are you a reader of Raging Swan Press, or is this your first time hearing of this fabulous Third-Party Publisher? What sort sort of GM supplements are you in the market for? What’s your personal stance on Third-Party Products? Leave your answers and comments in the comments below!

Alexander “Alex” Augunas has been playing roleplaying games since 2007, which isn’t nearly as long over 90% of his colleagues. Affectionately called a “budding game designer” by his partner at Radiance House, Alexander is the author of the Pact Magic Unbound series (Radiance House) and a handful of other Third-Party Products. Before founding the Everyman Gaming blog, Alexander gained notoriety for writing the GM’s Guide to Challenging Encounters, which remains accessible to this day. His favorite color is blue, his favorite Pathfinder Race/Class combination is kitsune expert, and his favorite pastime is shamelessly plugging products that he has written.

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