Welcome to Griffon Publishing Studio.

Veteran game designer, writer, and editor Peter Schweighofer founded Griffon Publishing Studio as a platform to publish his own sourcebooks and games for adventure gaming enthusiasts, including roleplaying sourcebooks like Pulp Egypt and Heroes of Rura-Tonga as well as other projects like the solo wargame Operation Drumbeat and the children’s tabletop adventure game rules Valley of the Ape.

Known for writing and editing numerous Star Wars roleplaying game products for West End Games, he has spent more than 20 years designing, writing, editing, and publishing rolelplaying game materials. He writes weekly about issues in adventure gaming at Hobby Games Recce. Explore this site and check out About Schweig for more information about his professional writing and game design endeavors.

Panzer Kids Event Support

Are you running a Panzer Kids event at a convention or game day? Let us know by sending an e-mail with “Panzer Kids Event Support” in the subject line. Provide details of the event – date, time, place, etc. – and we’ll do our best to cross-promote it. We can also try sending along some giveaways to help encourage newcomers and children to explore the adventure gaming hobby through Panzer Kids.

OSR News and Reviews Features Greydeep Marches


June 15, 2018 – The OSR News and Reviews blog recently featured a look at The Greydeep Marches. The post offers a solid overview and some tantalizing tidbits revealing the various elements inspiring adventures in the setting. It runs that fine line of describing the contents and tone without giving too much away. The review provides an honest assessment of what you’ll find inside The Greydeep Marches.

Many thanks to OSR News and Reviews.

Free Greydeep Marches Wordfill


May 30, 2018 – To celebrate the release of The Greydeep Marches my friend S. John Ross crafted a wordfill puzzle based on the names used in my system-neutral, medieval fantasy setting; a puzzle that’s not quite as daunting as a crossword yet still pleasantly challenging. It’s also a wickedly tempting teaser highlighting many names from The Greydeep Marches with none of the explanation. You can download the puzzle for free at his Rolltop Indigo blog. While you’re there please take a moment to check out S. John’s other insightful missives on map-making, cooking, gaming memories, and game writing (to name only a few topics). I’m particularly fond of his “RPG Lexicon” entries, which challenge gamers to examine how we evaluate and discuss roleplaying games. Spend some time wandering around the blog and you’ll find a host of entertaining game-related goodies. Many thanks, S. John. Share and enjoy!