A Christmas Poem from CEO Bill WebbTwas the night before Christmas, when all through the house, not a creature was stirring, well, maybe a wraith. The bodies were hung by the gravestone with care, in hopes that St. Orcus soon would be there.The goblins were nestled all snug in their lairs, while visions of elf blood danced in their heads. And Lilith with her dagger, and I with my axe, had just settled our brains for a murderous trap.When out in the graveyard there arose such a clatter, I sprang from my coffin to see what was the matter. Right at the adventurers I flew like a flash, tore open their chests and grabbed up their cash.The moon, on the breast of the blood-covered snow, gave a luster of midnight to objects below, when, what to my wondering eyes should appear, but a gigantic sleigh and eight undead reindeer, with a demonic driver so gross in his corpus, I knew in a moment it must be St. Orcus!
The holidays are about giving to those you appreciate and Frog God Games appreciates you. Each day from now until December 25th there will be a free PDF from our catalog (regularly priced between 4.99 and 17.99) .For the next 24 hours (give or take) the Slumbering Tsar Part 1 is free to everyone at the Frog God Games website- www.froggodgames.com.
No purchase necessary. Simply point your browser to our website and click on the ‘Free Downloads’ tab to find the daily PDF. The PDF will be available for every system it was released for as of today (Slumbering Tsar was only on Pathfinder). So check your email or the website everyday for another free release until December 25th. Free releases are only available for 24 hours before they return to regular price. The releases can be combined with existing coupons (like the 30% coupon from Humble Bundle or other yet to be announced special offers).
I notice that the free PDF is listed as “Holiday Day 1 — Slumbering Tsar: The Desolation, Part 1” in their “Free Downloads” section.