The Books

I’ve been designing and releasing books detailing Ashlar, Gloamhold and their surrounds for several years through Raging Swan Press. A selection of the available books appears below. All these and more are available at the Raging Swan Press shop.

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Gloamhold Campaign Guide

Glowering amid dark rumours and terrible stories of desperate adventure, death, betrayal and glimmering treasures squat the unutterably ancient halls of Gloamhold. This crumbling, benighted, haunted dungeon complex of unknown, but undeniably vast, extent is buried deep within the grim and brooding spray-drenched headland of the Mottled Spire. It is a place of legends, madness and death. Within this towering, wave-lashed shard of limestone lies the labyrinthine passageways and chambers of Gloamhold’s outer reaches and, beyond them, the benighted precincts and canals of the legend-shrouded Twilight City.

Gloamhold is designed for use with any edition of the world’s most popular role-playing game.

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Villages of Ashlar

Come visit dismal Coldwater, plague-riddled Ashford or any of Ashlar’s other villages—Hard Bay, Kingsfell, Longbridge, Underdell, Thornhill, Wellswood, White Moon Cove and Woodridge—with Villages of Ashlar. Villages of Ashlar brings together for the first time every Ashlarian village published by Raging Swan Press.

Featuring new cartography by mapping supremo Tommi Salama the book is an essential reference for any GM setting a campaign in the Duchy of Ashlar.

Villages of Ashlar is available in Pathfinder, 5e and System Neutral editions.

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City of Languard

Storied Languard—capital of Ashlar and its greatest city—stands hard against Hard Bay’s turbulent, stormy waters. To the north lies the Mottled Spire’s brooding spray-drenched mass, the curse-haunted ruins of Greystone and Gloamhold’s doom-wreathed halls. Ashlar’s greatest—indeed only—city, Languard is a noisy, dirty place. Here, amid broad, muddy streets teeming with life and shadow-mantled, danger-filled alleyways there is little beneath the sun that cannot be had somewhere—for a price.

The City of Languard is available in Pathfinder, 5e and System Neutral editions.