In Treants, you’ll “learn about the dark side of treants: fury, hatred, revenge, and the charred, undead creatures left behind when a treant burns.” Well, that and other things, like Treants as a PC race (great dungeon crawlers, I’m sure), new classes, feats, spells and other fun stuff. The 48-page supplement will retail for $13.
As for Idylls of the Rat King, the adventure will kick off Goodman’s Dungeon Crawl Classics line, embracing a similar credo to that of Necromancer Games by returning to good, solid, nasty dungeon crawls. The goblins of Idylls will offer plenty of challenge for character levels 1-3.
As if that weren’t enough, the company’s site has a web enhancement for the Complete Guide to Drow which details House Azran, “a drow house with deep roots and shallow standing.” The same freebies page has three rules expansions for the recently released Complete Guide to Doppelgangers. Then there’s also the ENWorld Player’s Journal which will be out in March, and Goodman Games is coordinating/publishing that as well. Obviously, a full plate is what the company has in mind.