"GM's Miscellany: Village Backdrops" by various authors, brought to you by Raging Swan Press, 101 Pages, Pathfinder compatible.
There are twelve villages that are given life in this booklet, as well as info on how to design your own. There's a great section about using these villages with Ultimate Campaign. Then, there's ten pages of village design info, including many good charts. Each village includes a couple notable locations.
01 - Apia includes a really strange NPC. There are six pages of info on Apia.
02 - Ashford has a great NPC and a curse to lift. There are five pages of info here.
03 - Bossin is a town looking for a saviour. There are five pages of info here, too.
04 - Denton's End is a village with an unusual background. There are five pages here, too.
05 - Golden Valley is a town on the verge of the end of its gold boom. Five more pages here.
06 - Hard Bay is a good village by the sea with a secret. Five more pages here.
07 - Hosford is the seventh village. Five more pages here.
08 - Longbridge, a hotbed of intrigue and worse between two lords. Five more pages here.
09 - Oakhurst, a village with unusual NPC's to add to your campaign. Five more pages here.
10 - Roake, another village with a secret. Five more pages here.
11 - Thornhill, a focus for adventurers delving deeper into the swamps. Five more pages here.
12 - White Moon Cove, the last of the villages, contains a link to the Sunken Pyramid, and five more pages.
Finally, there's the usual OGL.
Every village info block contains a map of the village, all include info at a glance, demographics, notable folk, notable locations, info on the village marketplace, village lore, and general info about the villagers. Each includes detailed info on Notable Locations.
Only one page of ads, and that for the link to "Sunken Pyramid", and the rest practically pure crunch. A great resource for GM's searching for a jumping off point or two, and a good look at a design system that will provide many more villages.
Folks, you need look no further for a starting village reference source. Considering the price, I think this should rank high on every GM's short list of things to buy.