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Waypoints 0: The Village of Cowfold


Waypoints #0: The Village of Cowfold is released for FREE as an introductory product to showcase our future plans. This issue of Waypoints will peel back the many layers of an interesting and unique medieval village, offering a look at what makes it tick, the various histories, and the tangled web of the inhabitants. Hooks, descriptions, details and a map help flesh out this supplement so that that provides any Gamemaster with a no-prep option to help inject a breath of fresh air into their campaigns.

Welcome to the Village of Cowfold, a village your players may never want to leave!

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July 22nd, 2012
Well, first off, I've to admit that I'm a bit biased when it comes down to backdrops like this. I loved the town descriptions Paizo did back then in the old Dungeon days (and their newer ones in their Pathfinder product line), and that' [...]
July 8th, 2012
The purpose of the product is provide GMs with a small village to plant in their campaign. It starts with an overview map of Cowfold. In typical Matt Jackson style it is simply drawn with an old school feel that I personally will never tire of. From [...]
July 7th, 2012
While it's been some time since I worked with Matt (I remember the old FUM days!), I've been trying my best to follow what he's been up to the last while. And lo and behold I come across this new product of his. I've always been a huge fan of Ma [...]
July 6th, 2012
Excellent starting point for a new series of campaign locations. I was able to download Cowfold and pluck an NPC out to use in my campaign within minutes. The maps are nicely formatted for ease of use and the village is a nice compact size with [...]
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July 06, 2012
This title was added to our catalog on July 06, 2012.