2016 has been winding down, and boy what a roller coaster it has been! More and more, it seems like we at Everyman Gaming are not the only ones who are rearing to leave 2016 behind us. And boy, what a year we have to look forward to in 2016! Now, everyone has their own thing that excites them about the potential for the new year, but for us at Everyman Gaming, our exciting thing is our new release schedule.
Traditionally, Everyman Gaming releases one product per month, which rolls out on the second week of the month. In 2017, we're going to be trying something completely different. We're shooting to have a new product for you every week in 2017—that way even if 2017 is terrible, at least you'll have a little bit of Everyman Gaming cheer to look forward to all year round! How are we managing this monuments feat? Well, we've rounded up a crack team of Pathfinder RPG freelancers to help us create a brand new product line for Everyman Gaming—Everyman Minis.
Everyman Minis are exactly what they sound like—they're miniature products, one to two pages in length, that revolve around providing rules crunch on one, specific topic. Sometimes this topic is a variant spellcasting system, while other times its a creepy occult ritual that turns people into wearable garments.
We're hoping to hit a wide variety of targets with Everyman Minis throughout the year, providing products on niche topics that we might not otherwise get to cover under our traditionally larger, themed product model.
Of course, new products in our traditional vein will continue to be released throughout 2017. In January, our long-expected racial anthology, the Dynastic Races Compendium, is due for its official release. We're also on-schedule to release the Skill Challenge Handbook, a guide to designing meaningful non-combat encounters, and Racial Prestige: Kyubi, new prestige class for kitsune characters, in February and March.
We're excited for 2017 to arrive, and when you see all of the products we have in store for next year, we hope you will be too!
~ Alexander Augunas