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When it comes to outsiders, proteans are an interesting addition. In a game that is frequently a game of good and evil, proteans are neither. Infact, they are defined as chaos incarnate. That is their hook. Proteans are to destroy and remove all semblance of order to reality. When I first wrote the bladecypher, there were only few proteans created. So I wanted a powerful force for nothingness for the players to… Read More

When it comes to monsters, there are some D&D classics that everyone just loves. Owlbears spring instantly to mind. Gelatinous cubes is another one. Bugbears, drow, multicolored dragons, and a whole host of others make the game instantly recognizable. Then there are the ones that Wizards owns and doesn’t let anyone out side of some license touch. Things like a panther with tentacles on it’s back or a human sized race if… Read More

It was just last month that we released our latest Pathfinder adventure Deadly Delves: The Dragon’s Dream. This amazing high-level Pathfinder adventure is a perfect way to move through he upper levels of play. It features high level challenges, monsters, traps, haunts and much more. We already shared one of those high level monsters—the godling. Today we are sharing with you another one of those terrors, the jack-in-irons. This monster is nothing… Read More

Continuing our series of monsters released every Wednesday, we bring you one this week from our latest adventure—Deadly Delves: The Dragon’s Dream. This one is an aquatic blog of swamp mater that is worshipped as a god, where it gets its name from. This monster first appeared in our exceptional collection of high level monsters—Book of Beasts: Legendary Foes. Its original inspiration is from the Lovecraft story Call of Cthulhu where there… Read More

As you are gearing up for Gen Con, getting ready the year pilgrimage to Indianapolis, I am sad to say that JBE will not be attending this year. That, however, does not mean that you should be sad because we just relaunched our Not Going to Gen Con Sale. This year, it is all about the print books. That’s right, this sale is on books you can hold in your two hands…. Read More

This year, we at Jon Brazer Enterprises are happy bring you our Black Friday Sale for 10 full days. Whether you are playing Pathfinder, Traveller, 13th Age, or Legend, there is something here for you. Pathfinder GM’s can download anything in our Book of Beasts line or players can snag themselves some new spells from the Book of Magic series. Grab some new vehicles or ships for Traveller. Snag yourself some undead… Read More

The Book of Beasts: Legendary Foes, the premiere monster book for for high level and mythic Pathfinder games, is now available in print. This book is chocked full of monsters of terrifying power, difficult to build NPCs to be feared, demigods that inspire awe and trembling, and traps to keep your players on their toes, all of which at a level of difficulty that few have seen to date. Order it today… Read More

All week long we are looking at what is in the Book of Beasts: Legendary Foes. Monday we listed all the monsters, NPCs, demigods and traps by CR. Tuesday we showed off the artwork within. Wednesday showed you how complex the NPCs were with all the class levels, archetypes, racial options, and templates layered on top of each other. Finally, today were are showing off the traps within. High level traps are… Read More

All week long, we are sharing what is in the Book of Beasts: Legendary Foes monster book for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. Monday we showed you a listing of all monsters, NPCs, demigods and traps by CR. Yesterday, we showed you some of the beautiful full-color art within. Today we want to talk to you about the NPCs. Originally, I was going to post another a monster from the book, but I… Read More

All week long we are previewing the Book of Beasts: Legendary Foes. Yesterday we looked at the spread of CRs that this book covers. Today we are looking at the artwork. Did we mention this book is full color? That is right. All the artwork (and there is alot of it) is entirely in full color. Not just the PDF, but the print book as well. You are in for a real… Read More