Dwarves are always a favorite race of mine. Despite no one currently playing a dwarf in my campaign, I spent some time thinking about their place in the world. No 4E mechanics in the information. I do have several feats for dwarves that will be posted later.
New World: The Final Colonies is the name of the setting for my fourth edition games. The basic concept is that all the long time D&D races (humans, dwarves, elves, and halflings) were in the Old World. The Old World was running short on resources when the New World is discovered. The setting is still medival with suits of plate armor and the like unlike when the Americas were discovered in our time. In the New World, the dragonborn take the place of the Native Americans.
Does It Came From The Stars Campaign Guideinterest you but you don't play Pathfinder. Four of the five new races in the book have been converted to 4E. Looking a blob to join your party? Perhaps you want to be a machine from the future? I've tried to maintain the flavor of the original race even when that contradicts the design standard of 4E. Star-Touched's Magnetic Field is a little odd for 4E since normally you don't specify the material of weapons.
The Midgard Bestiary has quickly become one of my favorite 4e product. When I saw the Midgard Bonus Bestiary, I picked it up fairly quickly. Like the bestiary, the monster are well designed an interesting. I've used the Bagiennik and Dragonleaf Tree.
Most of my gaming time is devoted to the 4E campaign I run. I still participate in some 3.5 discussions and even joined a 3.5 play-by-post recently. I never jumped onto Pathfinder. As a long time Spelljammer fan, the kickstarter for It Came From The Stars Campaign Guide supplement caught my attention. Despite not expecting to use the book directly since it is a Pathfinder supplement, I joined the kickstarter.
As a fan of Planet of the Apes, Gorilla Grodd, and Grommam, I've always like ape-men. The Apelord by One Bad Egg intrigued me as soon as I saw it on drivethrurpg. Since I'm currently running 4E and not playing, I put off purchasing it for a long time. One Bad Egg no longer exists but it's products are still available from Highmoon Games.
Cartoon Action Hour Season 3 has started a kickstarter campaign. It's already passed it's goal. The game is all about 80s cartoon shows like He-Man, G.I.Joe, and Transformers. There have been two previous editions of the game.
I ended up purchasing the Midgard Bestiary. This is the best monster manual I've seen in a while. I really like the 2nd edition monster information. The 3rd edition books weren't bad but had less ecology of the monsters that I thought was interesting. Sure the ecology in 2nd edition wasn't that important to playing but I liked it.