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[Fire Mountain Games]Throne of Night

gdmcbride

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Fire Mountain Games is pleased to announce its next product line. Starting in early 2013 we will be releasing "Throne of Night".



"Throne of Night" will be a campaign where your characters need never see the sun. Build an empire in the depths of the earth and defend it against all foes. Explore an alien world beyond imagination and make it your own.

Two adventure paths in one, you can play either noble settlers epitomized by the dwarves or wicked overlords exemplified by the drow. Though there will be notes on playing any race and class, the campaign will focus on those two points of view.

We'll be releasing more details all day today so visit the web site or our facebook page for preview art and further information.

Of course we welcome your questions!

And to answer your first question: Aboleth? Yes, lots.

Fire Mountain Games is the ENnie award nominated publisher of Pathfinder's only evil adventure path the critically acclaimed "Way of the Wicked" for sale now at Paizo.com and DriveThruRPG.

Gary McBride
Fire Mountain Games
 

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PATRONS

One of the unique aspects of "Throne of Night" will be that every party has the option of having a patron. The Patron is a minor deity or demon lord who all or most of the PCs revere. The Patron helps tie together parties and it allows all the PCs to participate in a mini-game before the campaign begins so that cooperatively they can design their own. Faithfully serving your patron and making sacrifices grants you minor boons as the campaign progresses and is a source of unique treasures and rewards.

With Patrons the dwarves could end up being servitors of Father Mountain or the Queen of Mithral. Drow could end up serving the Demon Lord of Curses, the Master of Secrets or yes even the Spider Queen. The PCs choose their own reasons for being bound together in service to this master. This is one of the ways we help even a potentially predominantly chaotic evil party stay together and cooperate. But even with lawful good dwarves a Patron can provide an intense focus for the adventures to come.

Patrons will be an optional sub-system that can be exported to any campaign. The full system will be presented in Throne of Night Book One: Dark Frontier available early 2013.

Gary McBride
Fire Mountain Games
 
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