Sunday, May 24, 2015

Introducing the Questline Adventures for Pathfinder RPG

As many of you know we have started working on a completely new line of adventures for the Pathfinder RPG system, Which we are referring to as our Questline Adventures. The Questline Adventure format is rather unique and never seen before in adventure play but we think this concept will catch on more and more as other people experience it. Our first Questline Adventures series is called Chronicle of the Gatekeepers. Michael McCarthy was assigned to task of taking on this first Questline Adventures series and he came back with an exciting adventure concept that fans of Pathfinder will have an remarkable time playing in and experiencing. While the adventures do cross over into the NeoExodus Campaign Setting, Questline Adventures was built to be played by those who want to play in more generic setting and even their home and local gaming store campaigns.

Here is the setting information for the upcoming Chronicle of the Gatekeepers:

All worlds are connected. Sometimes, these links are obvious—such as when a traveler from one world lands on another—but other times they are subtle: like the common language, or the humanoid form that pervades nearly all worlds, seeded by some distant, shared ancestor.

Long ago, this ancestor built a network that spanned countless worlds, and the vast distances between them: some physical, such as the vastness of space, and others less so – for not all worlds are even truly on the same plane. From their home, known now as Atlantis, they used this network to effortlessly explore, settle and trade across the vast multiverse, all in the blink of an eye.

Yet, as they flourished on many worlds, their home languished, and each year fewer opted to remain in [REDACTED], choosing instead to join one of their countless frontiers. Even the Vespans, an insect-like race created to mindlessly serve them, began to settle on other worlds, leaving their former home for greener pastures.

But what of [REDACTED]? Those who stayed behind were more often extremists—those who sought not to spread out across the worlds, but to protect themselves from the dangers of them. These other worlds were dangerous places, each with their own dangers. Sometimes, they were so great even the [REDACTED] colonies fell to catastrophe lost forever.

To protect themselves, they began cutting themselves off from their grand network, moving the hub of their network from [REDACTED] to another world, Exodus. Then, they withdrew even from there. Slowly, [REDACTED] began to change. It had once been a utopian society, but now it prized the creation of weapons of war over all else, intended to protect themselves from threats both real and imagined.

The Vespans, once servants, became the explorers of worlds. They would identify threats, check on the few colonies who remembered their once great heritage, and even gather resources – whether through trade or by force.

Exodus, for its part, has no idea as to the source of the gates so abundant across its surface. The nations instead see them as a great and mysterious boon, capable of facilitating trade and diplomacy across the world. Though, mysterious as they are, they present their own set of dangers—creatures from other worlds use the Nexus Gateways as well. Sometimes, the passage is harmless, and often even goes unnoticed. Other times, the visitors are set to invade, pillage or simply destroy. They rarely make it far before the locals rise up against these ‘monsters’, but all it would take would be an organized invasion to cripple or destroy the nations of Exodus.

Sound interesting? Whay until we reveal what those [REDACTED] parts are. I am sure we are going to blow several of your minds. Hope you enjoy what we are planning. Talk to you later...

Sunday, May 17, 2015

[LPJ Design] NeoExodus Kickstarter coming in June 2015

We are doing this kickstarter to update and revise parts of our NeoExodus Campaign setting.The money that we raise will go for the additional cost of generating art, new written material and editing, and the general updated quality of production of the product. Louis Porter Jr. Design’s goal is to present you with a complete and unique world for NeoExodus in the similar tradition for TSR and Wizard of the Coast favorites campaign settings like Dragonlance, Forgotten Realms and even the more unique setting like Ebberon. As we continued to raise greater and greater funds, we will unlock stretch goals which in turn will be added add to length of the NeoExodus Campaign Setting.

Coming in June 2015, start saving your dollars you are going to like this one.

If you want to learn more about the NeoExodus setting download our FREE setting introduction, NeoExodus Chronicles: World of Exodus!

Monday, May 11, 2015

Taking the leap into video production from graphic and web design...

After a long though process I decided to to purchase a GoPro​ Hero HD camera to do video production with. I have always loved video production but I have been limited due to cost and tech. Now that I am using a new Alienware​ Area 51 computer, Adobe Premiere Pro​ and have decided to jump into the arena of video production and editing. So if you are a fan of my Transparency Agenda videos I do, expect to see better quality video and better production quality. Now I have to find the roughly $250 I am going to need to get all this equipment.

Sunday, May 10, 2015

Could the Pathfinder RPG do PVP like Destiny?


Something I always wanted to develop was Pathfinder Roleplaying Game​ PVP campaigns. I know that Conflict Games LLC​ had developed Conflict but I wanted to do like Destiny​ or Call of Duty​ with regular releases, cool weapons and equipment, unique areas and locations on a regular release schedule. Who would like to do that?

Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Get the Best RPG Stock Art for PDF Publishers with Image Portfolio

Image Portfolio is online PDF art resource that gaming companies can use. All the art pieces in this art resource can be used in any of their upcoming RPG ideas or projects. When a person acquires Image Portfolio, any of the art in the PDF can be used in any of their own products as if they owned it them. This is due to the limited licensing agreement of Image Portfolio. Best of all, you can see the stock art before you purchase it.  If you are an RPG PDF Publisher and you need artwork for a great price, then you need to get Image Portfolio.   See the full line of Image Portfolio at RPGNow.com.

Friday, May 1, 2015

Transparency Agenda 80: Diversity, Women and Gaming

Pathfinder RPG by Paizo​ fans if you know if I am talking about diversity, women and gaming SOMEBODY is going to get offended.

Thursday, April 30, 2015

The Thundercats / He-Man connection to NeoExodus I didn't even know it existed

Here is a little conversation that came up on Paizo.com That I thought many of you NeoExodus fans might find interesting:

Person 2: @Louis - just going to reiterate Person 1 more crunchy questions still unanswered:

Person 1: Given the slightly higher than regular fantasy tech of Neo-Exodus, will there be support for Technology Guide type stuff?

LPJ: We have planned to, but nothing major down the pipe line. We think there is a line between fantasy and science fiction and we push that line already a lot. We don't want to turn NeoEoxdus into a sci-fi game setting. But if we feel there is a need to be added, then we will add it.

Person 1: Awww. I do find that divide kind of odd considering the Machinesmith is one of my go-to Technomancers. With that as my lens I had assumed Neoexodus was He-Man or Thundercats levels of magic and technology.

WHOA…. Wait…What did you say?

He said: “I had assumed Neoexodus was He-Man or Thundercats levels of magic and technology”?????

I have NEVER thought of NeoExodus have the same technology level as Thundercats or He-Man. 

Do you all think that is correct? Does of NeoExodus have the same technology level as Thundercats or He-Man? Please let me know what you think in the comments below.

Friday, April 17, 2015

Pirates of the Bronze Sky is now being funded on Patreon!

Pirates of the Bronze Sky in a table top gaming campaign setting for the Pathfinder Role Playing Game inspired by the American Revolution, Dungeon & Dragon's game setting, Spelljammer, and fiction genre of steampunk.

Pirates of the Bronze Sky, or POTBS, has been under development for several years and now looks with the help of Patreon, this campaign setting will be coming to the fans of Spelljammer and Pathfinder Role Playing Game. We have done everything we could to keep the inspiration and disincentive of Spelljammer while at the same time creating something exceptional and unique. Click here to learn more!

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

NeoExodus Chronicles: World of Exodus Updated!

We just updated the classic NeoExodus Chronicles: World of Exodus with new artwork, added iconics, Detailed empire descriptions and information about the planet, Exodus, itself. Go and enjoy and best of all it is FREE!!!!!

Coming Soon - 3rd Bestiary of Armageddon Contest

Get ready, it is going to happen again! Don't miss out on your changes to send PCs screaming in fear.  Coming soon!!!

Monday, April 13, 2015

Sunday, April 12, 2015

Rough draft of Twelfth Blade

Here is the rough draft for the iconic Android Magus for NeoExodus: A House Divided, Twelfth Blade. I like where this is going, Pathfinder RPG by Paizo fans, but of course we made some changes. Enjoy!

Saturday, April 4, 2015

Why is art SO important in table top rpgs? This is why!

Here is something  that we have been working on that is finally done. This is the new and improved Sasori image that we are going to be using in the new and update NeoExodus Campaign Setting book that I am currently working on. I plan to add all kinds of cool and interesting thing that can with this update including a Mythic section.  More to come. Talk to you later...

Thursday, March 5, 2015

[LPJ Design] Lost Races: Elves for The Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Now available

Louis Porter Jr. Design, has released  Lost Races: Elves for The Pathfinder Roleplaying Game at RPGNow.com and DriveThruRPG.com.  Here is information on this product:
In forgotten ages, a great race of elves ruled Exodus: a tall,proud folk, unmatched in martial prowess and gifted with magical might. They were beautiful and terrible like the sun, possessed of powers beyond those of the other infant races of the world. They ruled a vast, wild region, dwelling in subterranean fortresses. Magic was in their blood. It was said they could step through a doorway and end up halfway across the world, and could enter the dreams of sleepers on a whim. They forged fantastic weapons, crafted cunning tools, and created magnificent works of art. Their rule lasted for untold millennia. Then came the First Ones.
The interlopers launched a swift and furious offensive upon the elves, intending to conquer and subjugate them before taking the rest of the world for their own. The elves’ counterattacks brought the First Ones’ campaign to a standstill. Both forces were equal in magical power, but the elves were superior on the battlefield, their united front more than a match for the First Ones’ loose collective. However, the slave races used by the First Ones’ provided them with the sheer numbers necessary to keep fighting. The stalemate continued for centuries. Then the Khaynites—greatest of the First Ones and children of the bloody god, Khayne—invented a new weapon that tipped the scales and brought an end to elven rule of Exodus.
Inside this sourcebook you will find you’ll need to enhance on adventures when using the Lost Races: Elves:
  • History of the Lost Races: Elves
  • Six unique elven races including Deep Elves, Dark Elves and Planewracked Elves
  • New Racial Rules and Racial Archetypes including Charoteer (Cavalier), Desert Viper (Slayer), ), Dream Eater (Witch) and more
  • New Equipment including Desert Glass and Elven Bronze
  • New Feats including Communal Summoning, Liminal Magic Adept and more
  • New Magic Items including Elixir of Stolen Dreams, Sicking Elfshot and more

Available at RPGNow.com here!!!

Thursday, February 26, 2015

Coming soon Lost Races: Elves

What has work from Jeff Lee, Storn A. Cook and Eric Lofgren; for use for Pathfinder Roleplaying Game fans who like Elves and is going to be available on Monday?

Sunday, February 15, 2015

Where you can watch Transparency Agenda President's Day Special with Sean K Reynolds

Just is case you were wondering where and how to watch tomorrow's Transparency Agenda President's Day Special with Sean K Reynolds, game designer​ here are some of the links you can use to watch or code to embed.

YouTube​ Link

Google+ Page Link

And if you are looking to embed the video to your website, here is the code:



Talk to you later...

Sunday, January 25, 2015

Elves from NeoExodus? How is that possible?

For the NeoExodus: A House Divided and Pathfinder Roleplaying Game fans who think there were no "standard fantasy races" in NeoExodus, this might be the best quote of the day:

 The elves were the first major resistance the First Ones faced. They're a match for them until the Khaynites produced the virus called elfbane. The plague that decimates the population, causing the elves to use the Nexus gateways to flee Exodus, and allowing the First Ones to lock the gates behind them, allowing them to conquer.

The next question many of you are asking is what happened to the Dwarves? Lost Races of NeoExodus: Elves coming soon to DriveThruRPG.com and Paizo.

Thursday, January 22, 2015

The Iconic Half-Giant and Android are coming to NeoExodus...

So since we received the last two pieces of artwork for the half-giant and the android for NeoExodus, those will be our iconic characters that we will have to add to our already growing list of iconics. I am not sure which classes I will have them attached to, but there are a few that are open that I might be interested in like Alchemist, Wizard, Monk and even Fighter. But that is the fun part. So if there are some iconic you would like to see for the half-giant and the android, let us know. We can’t do this without our fans.  Talk to you later…

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

NeoExodus Android artwork process

I just wanted to show you how we develop artwork for our projects. It starts with a rough draft, then we clean up the draft's design. We then move to the coloring stage and finally we do the FINAL coloring of the artwork. As you see something work form the beginning, while other get killed and sometimes brought back. Just something I though you might enjoy. Talk to you later...






Thursday, January 15, 2015

Adventure Path Iconics: Lords of Undeath (PFRPG) Now available

Louis Porter Jr. Design, has released Adventure Path Iconics: Lords of Undeath for The Pathfinder Roleplaying Game at RPGNow.com and DriveThruRPG.com.  Here is information on this product:
A dark star fell from the sky bringing with it the end of all things! The sanctity of the world known as Abaddon was shattered when a global apocalyptic event of a meteor impacting the planet causing a destructive ecological and eldritch change. Now there is no day or night, just never ending Apocalypse.  Adventure Path Iconics: Lords of Undeath adds four new iconics based on the new races from Races of Obsidian Apocalypse: Flesh and Iron to the Obsidian Apocalypse campaign setting making the world even more interesting and just as dangerous. Are you willing to take up the fight?
Inside this book you will find you will find four new races for Races of Obsidian Apocalypse: Flesh and Iron:
  • Promethean (Flesh and Clockwork): Prometheans suffer lingering mental effects from their creation rites. The flesh prometheans have a personality made from an amalgam of souls, cobbled together from various creatures. Clockwork prometheans have the luxury of a solitary mind, but the creation rites cause them as much torment as they do to their flesh-bound cousins.
  • Raijin: When an outraged spirit of one slain by the undead lords of Abaddon possesses a survivor filled with desires for revenge, the two form a powerful and terrifying force, a raijin. A synergy of life and death, it can reach into the netherworld and manifest some powers of the dead in the physical world.
  • Uzamati: The only uzamati trait that stands out in their normal form is the purple irises of their eyes. But, when an uzamati phases out, all semblance of normalcy disappears. They melt into pure negative energy, becoming twisted in the process: Their skin turns a deep purple and exudes a strong glow. Their bodies become slightly transparent and gaunt as a skeleton.

These iconic consist of:
  • Alberdeen, Male uzamati magus
  • Joa, Male flesh promethean barbarian
  • Mixer, Asexual clockwork promethean alchemist
  • Siriah, Female raijin cavalier
Available at RPGNow.com here!!!

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Newest rough draft of the Android race for NeoExodus

Here is the updated android image. I like where this is going but I needed to make a FEW changes like removing to the swords to show what the Arcane Essence effect would look like. So what do you think?

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Pirates of the Bronze Sky Playtest 1.01 FOR FREE

OK Pathfinder RPG by Paizo, Pathfinder and Paizo fans, if you have been wondering about our project, Pirates of the Bronze Sky, wonder no further. This video tells you of our plans and better still, where you can get the Pirates of the Bronze Sky Playtest PDF. Enjoy!



By the way the link is at the Louis Porter Jr. Design Facebook page! Talk to you later...