Thursday, October 25, 2012

Spoof: Frog God Games In the news...

FROG GOD GAMES needs to step up measures to combat child labor in the frog pond, according to a study requested by the Frog Fair Labor Association that found “numerous” violations of its internal work rules.

"The maker of Rappan Athuk and The Slumbering Tsar Saga needs to improve internal monitoring to fight the practice of child labor as baby frogs were found to be working for long hours", the FFLA said in a report. "Some of the children were forced to work without being fully clothed."

About 46 percent of the Baby Frogs were involved in packing boxes, folding posters, bagging dice, and more.

President and CEO Bill Webb refutes, "Tsathogga has spoken, all frogs to work, no exceptions."

Blonde Frog, VP of Sales & Marketing nervous of talking with the press admits "The hours are long, the orders were just coming and coming, we couldn't keep up. I was forced to put my own two toddlers to work bagging dice."

What will this mean for the giant 3rd party publisher? Will they be forced to raise labor costs to ensure that fair labor laws are being met? Will they be able to fulfill the Swords & Wizardry orders without the use of child labor?

"Child labor is a more persistent problem than anybody believed,” FFLA President said. “What we’re talking about is changing the way companies in the industry do business, and Frog God Games has yet to come on board with the times."

Friday, October 19, 2012

Rappan Athuk Feedback

Alex Hoggett says:
"You guys really blew away both Traveller and Ogre on this. We won't get Traveller 5 for at least another 3 months, and we won't get OGRE for like, 8 months or something... Both of these finished at or before your kickstarter, so I am really thankful you took our donations seriously and delivered as promised. It is a big deal if Kickstarters, no matter how good their intentions, don't deliver, it affects the viability of the platform."

Press Release

Friday, October 19, 2012
Nicolas Logue’s Razor Coast

Frog God Games Announce Availability of
Nicolas Logue’s Razor Coast

A Kickstarter Project

New York & Washington — Nicolas Logue’s Razor CoastToday online, Frog God Games announced the imminent launch of a Kickstarter Project, Nicolas Logue’s Razor Coast.

About Razor Coast

Razor Coast is the long anticipated Caribe-Polynesian flavored, Age of Sail swashbuckling RPG campaign envisioned and designed by Nicolas Logue. It is applauded for its ambitious and original design, its epic flavor and its lurid, full-color art – including a cover by the award winning Wayne Reynolds. Logue tapped a team of veteran designers to help develop and write Razor Coast, including Lou Agresta, Adam Daigle, Tim Hitchcock, and John Ling.
Razor Coast isn’t just an adventure,” according to Agresta, Razor Coast Project Manager, “it’s part setting, part adventure path, and part toolkit to build your own unique campaign. It’s non-linear. It’ll never play the same way twice.”
“We filled it with corrupt municipal Dragoons, dastardly smuggling rings, weresharks – lots of weresharks, desperate naval battles, oppressed tribes craving heroes, witches, cursed islands, legendary treasure troves, an impending apocalypse or two, demon pirates, retired assassins, undead worms, gator men, failed heroes waiting to be redeemed, dark conspiracies brewing in the oceans depths, vengeful ghosts…oh – and mutating cannibal pygmies. Who doesn’t like those?”

Razor Coast Availability

“Frog God Games has committed to doing more than just putting out another pirate campaign,” said Rachel Ventura, Frog God Games VP of Sales and Marketing, “This is going to be a hardcover, full color extravaganza, complete with Player’s Guide and enough swag to sink any pirate ship!”
“We decided to take what we learned from Kickstarting Rappan Athuk and crowdsource Razor Coast, because it allows us to unleash a complete experience for both Pathfinder and Swords and Wizardry fans,” said Bill Webb, Frog God Games CEO.
“We plan to compile the campaign articles into their own book, create a player’s guide, develop and include an independent system for ship-to-ship combat, have treasure chests of unique pirate items, and offer a Tallship Cruise with the creator, Nicholas Logue,” stated Ventura. “We’re also planning stretch goals that include expanded art and cartography from the same artists the fans have already approved, as well as from new artists of similar style and talent, poster-sized printed maps, custom character sheets, and more.”  
Frog God Games Razor Coast Kickstarter starts December 25th 2012 at midnight and will run for 30 days.
“After the Kickstarter gets funded, Frog God Games has pledged to fulfill not only the pledges from the backers but all remaining pre-orders, national and international” said Agresta, speaking on behalf of Logue. “As of October 19th, 2012, I finished honoring every refund request Nick received. Making good on Nick’s past obligations cleared the way for Frog God Games to step in and finally bring this to print.”

About Frog God Games

Founded in April 2010, Frog God Games publishes resources for the tabletop roleplaying games Pathfinder Roleplaying Games and Swords & Wizardry; Adventures and books such as Rappan Athuk, Tome of Horrors, The Slumbering Tsar Saga, and many more. Its products are known for their grand adventure settings and high quality production values. “If our hardcovers won’t last you a lifetime of use, we have not made a high enough quality product”, said Webb. Frog God Games currently serves customers worldwide. The writers of Frog God Games have won numerous ENnie Awards. For more information about Frog God Games visit its website at

Kickstarter is Live

Monday, October 15, 2012

More Packing

More van trips to the post office.
Lots more boxes packed.
And a big mess too.
We have about 350 more pledge to pack up.

Thursday, October 11, 2012

Packing up and shipping out!

Rappan Athuk has finally begun shipping out! Check out some of the photos of Bill & Blonde Frog packing.

 We have dice!

 This is one big book!

 The first box we packed up

 You won't believe the amount of tape we go through

 Mountain of boxes
This is the second load that went to the post office...

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