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ProFantasy Software Ltd

Profantasy Software are the creators of the industry-standard map-making software, Campaign Cartographer 3. You can download free maps here for use in your games, see the latest user-created maps here, or read free map-making tips and news on the RPG Maps blog.

Pelgrane Press Ltd

Pelgrane Press Ltd are a leading producer of award-winning roleplaying games, including Robin’s GUMSHOE system, Ken’s Trail of Cthulhu and their supplements, 13th Age as well as the Stone Skin Press line of fiction. It’s also the home of the free webzine Page XX.

Dork Tower

DORK TOWER is the comic strip running three times a week at DORK TOWER is the multi-award-winning story of Matt, Igor, Ken, Carson the Muskrat (yes, he’s a muskrat) and Gilly, the Perky Goth. They’re trapped in a world they never made… but are nevertheless striving to create a realistic yet playable simulation thereof!

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4 Responses to “Sponsors”

  1. indigopotter says:

    I recently made a microbadge on BoardGameGeek for fans of your show. Someone suggested that you might want it as your favicon.

  2. Hello,

    I wanted to bring your attention to the Tavern Tales Kickstarter. Tavern Tales is a fantasy-themed RPG that emphasizes customization, cinematics, and player freedom.

    I was thinking that your fans might be interested to hear about it.

    I’m trying to increase exposure for the campaign, so I’d be more than happy to collaborate with you however you like to produce content for you. I’d also share the article through my social media websites. Please let me know if you’re interested in pursuing something together.

    Thanks for your time.


  3. How do I become a sponsor?

  4. Scott Haring says:

    Don’t know if this is the right place to post, but I’ll give it a try.

    Patreon supporter Scott Haring here, asking that in the wake of your coverage of other important authors like M.R. James and Umberto Eco, how about taking on Tim Powers?

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