Check out all the reviews for Brother Ptolemy!

This flyer went out last night to our newsletter subscribers. I thought I’d repost it here since I know that many of you are not subscribed to Nevermet Press Insider – and you may be interested in the reviews of BP&THK that have come in over the last two weeks. Scroll down to check them out! — Jonathan.


Nevermet Press
Brother Ptolemy & The Hidden Kingdom

Sale Ends November 30th

Buy the print edition of our new adventure setting, Brother Ptolemy & The Hidden Kingdom, for $14.99 and we’ll send you the PDF for free. Simply snap a pic of the book on your game table, in the company of dice, under a pile of miniatures, or anyplace that’s silly. Then upload your pic to our Facebook fan page before December 15th and you’re good to go. Click here for details. The funniest pic will receive a print copy of Open Game Table, too!

Brother Ptolemy & The Hidden Kingdom is a 4th Edition Dungeons & Dragons adventure setting for 5th Level Characters. Inside you’ll find the complete backstory of the sinister Brother Ptolemy, master of The Hidden Kingdom, dozens of new NPCs, monsters, rituals, feats, and magic items, a full-length adventure for 5th level characters, the city-state of Corwyn, the Red Harvest Plague, dozens of adventure hooks, and scores of beautiful illustrations and maps. Click here to learn more!

Check out the rave reviews for Brother Ptolemy & The Hidden Kingdom

Gnomestew.com says “… buy it if you like games full of political tension, conspiracies, and good old fashioned challenging combat.”

ENWorld’s review says “I really enjoyed what I read here in Brother Ptolemy & the Hidden Kingdom … a well-written source book regarding a dark and sinister cult, with its terrible plagues and rituals, along with a solid adventure with a dynamic plot line.”

Game Knight Reviews says “Brother Ptolemy makes one heck of a scary villain in my book.”

Dicemonkey.net says “this is a fantastic book for anyone looking for some awesome and creepy new adversaries in their 4e D&D game. Definitely check it out. ”

BlogCritics.com says “BP&THK presents a unique story in a way that should provide twists and turns to GMs and players alike. If you’re a GM looking for some inspiration, definitely check out Brother Ptolemy & The Hidden Kingdom from Nevermet Press. ”

The Dumpstat Blog says “I definitely would rate this as a first class adventure for 4e D&D which easily rivals any of the material put out by Wizards of the Coast…”

Interior Page Previews & Full Color Maps Available Here


nmp002-thk-front-500 We are very happy to announce that our first print offering, Brother Ptolemy & The Hidden Kingdom, is now available! The Hidden Kingdom is 110-page 4th Edition Dungeons & Dragons adventure setting for 5th level characters. Brother Ptolemy & The Hidden Kingdom will be available in retail stores in January, but you don’t have to wait! Support independent publishing: Buy this book on Lulu.

GET THE PDF FOR FREE!

Fans on Facebook and followers of our blog can order direct starting today! Plus, as an exclusive bonus to our fans, if you snap a pic of Brother Ptolemy & The Hidden Kingdom and post to our Facebook fan page wall before December 15th – we’ll send you a copy of the PDF eBook for FREE! All you have to do is…

  1. Order Brother Ptolemy & The Hidden Kingdom in PRINT.
  2. Snap a picture of the book – in your yard, in your hand, with your dice… whereever! The crazier the better! Make it funny!
  3. Post your picture of Brother Ptolemy & The Hidden Kingdom to our Facebook fan page wall.

That’s it! Just post the snapshot by December 15th – and you will get an email with an exclusive link to a free copy of the PDF. But… it get’s better! The person who takes the most laughable snapshot of our book will also get a free copy of either Open Game Table Volume 1 or 2 (their choice) in PRINT for free! Snap! What is Brother Ptolemy & The Hidden Kingdom? Check out the back cover of the book and find out! If that’s not enough, hop over here and check out the previews.


Now go get your game and roll some dice!

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