Free Product of the Week
by Tabletop Adventures, LLC
Warlock's Journal Contest #12
What is an appropriate place for a pirate? You might think of a tropical island, a hidden cove, or a smoky tavern. The place might be somewhere in the real world, or in a fantasy setting.
The Warlock’s Journal moves through the planes, always seeking new information. This month it was discovered by the minions of Tabletop Adventures, and in honor of Talk Like a Pirate Day, they decided to add some descriptions of good locations for pirates.
Actually, they held a contest... and until this Friday night, September 26th, you can be one of the judges.
This free product contains 18 creative submissions. Voting is handled through Survey Monkey, and a link to the voting survey is included in the product’s introduction. Voting ends at midnight on Friday, September 26th, 2014.
When the results are tallied, a winner will be declared and this product will be updated to recognize the winner and include the names of the author of each piece.
Pick up a copy of Pirate Places today, for your pirate gaming needs, and express your opinion on the best place for a pirate!
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Notes from Scott's Desk
For all correspondence, feel free to contact me, Scott Holden, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have some big, exciting releases this week for you to pore over, but I must remind you about our Savage September event, which ends after this weekend. Keep your eyes peeled for more great deals from Pinnacle Entertainment, just Friday through Monday.
And of course there are still lots of other titles on sale for 15% off through till the end of the month.
Now I want to focus on another pretty cool thing happening this week: Our friends at Privateer Press just released the new Iron Kingdoms RPG Monsternomicon (my Pick of the Week for this week), but in celebration of that release, they're also dropping prices drastically on their other Iron Kingdoms books by 50% or 60%.
Check out the Iron Kingdoms deals here.
The awesome just keeps coming!
~ SJH (09-25-2014)
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