Freeport: The City of Adventure for the Pathfinder RPG

A project in Seattle, WA by Chris Pramas: Green Ronin Publishing

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Freeport is one of the classic RPG city settings and we want to give it the deluxe treatment in a new 512 page sourcebook. Aaarrrrrr!
Backers: 914
Average Pledge Per Backer: $80

Funded: $73,421 of $50,000
Dates: Feb 28th -> Apr 1st (33 days)
Project By: Chris Pramas: Green Ronin Publishing
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Latest News

A Shout Out for EN World

April 3rd - via:
When I was putting together the big thank you list earlier today, I had a terrible feeling that I'd forget someone. And of course, I did, so let me rectify that now. Big thanks to Morrus and EN World! Morrus featured the Kickstarter on the front page... (Read More)

Thank You!

April 2nd - via:
I went into this Kickstarter feeling good about our chances. After the first two weeks, I had to seriously consider what we would do if the campaign failed though. I thought there were enough Freeport and Pathfinder fans out there to fund the new... (Read More)

Last Hour!

April 1st - via:
The final hour of the Freeport for Pathfinder Kickstarter is upon us and need 3K to hit our final stretch goal!  This has been a long, crazy voyage but Freeport Harbor is in sight. Thanks so much to all the backers, and all the friends and fans who... (Read More)

New Stretch Goal: Advanced Bestiary and New Adventure

April 1st - via:
Great to wake up and find the AGE Freeport Companion funded! The backers keep pouring in and we're happy and humbled.  We've got 9 hours to go and we've got a new stretch goal that should make Pathfinder fans happy. For years now we've heard that... (Read More)

New Stretch Goal: AGE Freeport Companion!

March 31st - via:
We're closing in on $60,000 so it looks like the Wayne Reynolds cover is going to happen. Woot! That means we need a new stretch goal! Many of of our fans have asked for it, so I'm pleased to announce that if we make it to $65,000 we will do an AGE... (Read More)

John Rogers Joins Return to Freeport Design Team

March 31st - via:
I've got some great news for the penultimate day of our Kickstarter: John Rogers is joining the Return to Freeport design team! John is best known as a creator, executive producer, and writer for the terrific Leverage TV show. He also wrote IDW's... (Read More)

First Stretch Goal: Poster Map!

March 30th - via:
It's International Tabletop Day and we've got a funded Kickstarter! That's a great feeling. Now we can get going on stretch goals. It is appropriate that we've got 53 hours left and we're at $53,000. With only $2000 more, we'll hit the first stretch... (Read More)

Freeport is Funded!

March 30th - via:
These last few days have been amazing to watch. On Monday I wasn't sure we'd make. Friday we are funded with nearly three days left for stretch goals. A huge thanks to all the backers and to all the folks that helped spread the word. My pirate heart... (Read More)

Go, Freeport, Go!

March 29th - via:
We just passed $46,000 and it's not even 11 am here on the West Coast. Just a little more to get us funded and then on to stretch goals! Thanks to you all for backing us. I feared we might end up becalmed, but a mighty wind is taking us to Freeport.... (Read More)

New Rewards, New Levels, and PDF Madness!

March 29th - via:
Yesterday was terrific. We started the day at $39,000 and ended it at $43,000. Two more days like that and we're funded! A fantastic final day and we get the poster map and Wayne Reynolds cover stretch goals too! I'll be in Los Angeles this weekend... (Read More)

AICN Tabletop! D&D Next! International Tabletop Day! And More!

March 28th - via:
Wil Wheaton announced Wednesday that select participating stores will have freebies to give away such as exclusive add-on content for several games including Magic: The Gathering, Munchkin, Tsuro, Gloom, Dixit, and more. Even if you can’t make it to your local gaming store, you can spruce up your home Tabletop Day game with these printable cut-outs. If you don’t have a FLGS in your area running an event, check out the locator for private events or you can registering your own event. Or just screw all the official stuff, invite some friends over, and play games! You have no excuses, not even money since Board Game Geek has a list of games that completely free to print out and play, while Drive Thru Games and RPGNow both have bundles of free PDF quick starts and adventures specifically for Tabletop Day. So no excuses! Play games! (Read More)

Put More Pirates in Your Pathfinder With Freeport

March 27th - via:
There's only a few days left to make sure a high quality RPG product gets published. No, I'm not talking about some bigtime computer RPG reboot like Torment or something from Richard Garriott. I mean a real tabletop role-playing game you play with your friends and some polyhedral dice. Designers have created all kinds of packaged settings over the years for GMs to use to entertain their players like Dragonlance or Planescape, but none have the panache and flair of a gritty pirate city like Freeport. Even though Freeport: City of Adventure has been released for all kinds of RPG rulesets in the past, it's a perfect fit for Pathfinder, often called D&D Edition 3.75. The Kickstarter to raise $50k to publish a full color, 512 page hardcover detailing everything about the setting for Pathfinder is in its last few days, and it's in danger of failing. I wanted to make sure all of the RPG fans on The Escapist knew about it. (Read More)

MetAnon Int09 – Chris Pramas [podcast]

March 27th - via:
In the ninth episode of our interview series, we discuss the illustrious career of Green Ronin Publishing‘s own Chris Pramas. Erik and Chris touch on life as a game designer, the challenges of starting a fledgling company at the onset of the D20 movement, and the ridiculous array of products available from Chris’s company! They also go over the Freeport Kickstarter campaign with a fine-toothed comb. (Read More)

Chris Pramas: Green Ronin survived the theft of $100,000 and now deals directly with George R. R. Martin

March 25th - via:
Chris Pramas is the President of Green Ronin Publishing and veteran of the roleplaying industry. He’s worked for Wizards of the Coast, signed deals with George R. R. Martin and is currently mid-Kickstarter with Freeport: The City of Adventure for the Pathfinder RPG. In this interview we’re reminded that Green Ronin had a whirlwind of a start but we also get some peaks at a possible future. A future that may involve miniatures and a return to the Blue Rose RPG. (Read More)

Freeport for the Pathfinder RPG: An interview with Chris Pramas

March 20th - via:
Freeport: The City of Adventure for the Pathfinder RPG. Since the first d20 module, Death in Freeport, I want to invest in this setting full of pirates, cultists and snake people. I really like the second edition of the Warhammer RPG, the Dragon Age RPG and the A Song of Ice and Fire RPG, but never was a fan of Dungeons & Dragons, d20 or the so popular Pathfinder RPG. (Read More)

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