With the assistance of Rick Hershey (and upon the suggestion of Dale McCoy Jr.) we have a Porphyra Setting Compatible graphic. As you may know, all of the content we produce for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game is open game content. That includes our setting Porphyra as well.
Publishers in compliance may do the following:
- Products may indicate compatibility with the Porphyra Campaign Setting.
- Products may reference any of Purple Duck Games products by name.
- Eligible products are not limited to the roleplaying game products nor the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game ruleset.
Publishers must adhere to the following terms to gain usage rights:
- No work may include the word Porphyra in the title.
- The copyright page or similar notification of each work must contain the following text:
- The Porphyra Campaign Setting is copyright 2015, Purple Duck Games
- Providing complimentary copies of works produced under this license to Purple Duck Games (usually electronic copies) would be appreciated (and awesome), but is not required.
We had one book break even this week. It was Legendary Classes: More Covenant Magic by Julian Neale. It was a stock art sale that finally pushed this one past the break even point. So this week I need to change over a number of stock art pieces to profit sharing for Jacob Blackmon. Hopefully there will be more break evens to come. March has been pretty good in terms of sales. It looks like shop.d20pfsrd.com is going to beat Paizo.com in terms of sales this month.
We played Pathfinder this week, well at least Patrick, Perry, and I did. Neither Kent or Tom could play and we were supposed to have a new player this week but some wires got crossed. So instead of a party of 4, we were operating as a party of 2 plus our companions. Patrick is playing a mythic paladin with a pegasus cohort and I am playing a mythic druid/bard with a mawgriff mount. I was knocked down in the final battle to 2 hit points away from death but the paladin and my mawgriff managed to defeat our enemies at last. We are playing through the second part of the Wrath of the Righteous and have already lost one army. It will be a dangerous assault on Drezen.
Two weeks ago I posted an Open Call for an upcoming book called Foes of Porphyra: Giants. We haven't written a lot about giants in the setting even though we initially frames them as one of the two main villain groups in the setting way back at the Open God Project or Gods of Porphyra. We are going to work to fix that issue now. As of right now, Derek Blakely has written the first entry on the Red King (first mentioned back in Legendary I, I think) and I have commissioned Tamas Baranya to do the art for it. Additionally, today I approved 4 more giant pitches for the book from additional freelancers.
It turned out to be a much busier week than I intended but I did get a couple of things done.
- Added two monsters to the Monsters of Porphya II patreon project: Archaic One and Pergensia
- Posted a bit of errata for the Holy Vindicator and Oracles of Porphyra over on the Paizo board due to purchaser questions.
- Released Monster Advancement: Fey by Julian Neale. This is the second in the series. There is a third one written on Aberrations that still needs layout but sales of the Undead version and the Fey version will help us decide if this is a viable series.
This and Next Week
There is two things that matter in the next two weeks.
Mighty Deeds of Arms (DCC)
Warrior Prestige Archetypes: Mammoth Lord/Mammoth Rider
Other than that I need to finish up my classes. I might get some other stuff done but my goal is to get those two items finished before Easter break.
Back to work.