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    Today, 06:49 PM
    I wonder if minus the huge investment into the Pathfinder video game, it might be making more money for them than the RPG. Maybe they don't care if the RPG is all that successful as much as they care about IP for the video game? Like Marvel with Movies? I mean I'm sure they care about a quality RPG product, but maybe it isn't really the bacon any more?
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  • jonesy's Avatar
    Wednesday, 17th April, 2019, 09:10 PM
    https://news.ubisoft.com/en-us/article/348227/Supporting-Notre-Dame-de-Paris http://assassinscreed.com/unity-notredame/ I've got to say this is very cool of them. I can't help but wonder if the laser-scanning they did of the building for the game could be used by the restoration effort.
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  • Remathilis's Avatar
    Monday, 15th April, 2019, 11:23 PM
    Someone can always tell him that he can open this link in an incognito/in-private window on his browser.
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  • jonesy's Avatar
    Monday, 15th April, 2019, 09:00 PM
    Jaime: Umm, hi bran. Bran: Could you push me? Jaime: What? Bran: The wheelchair. Push? Jaime: The things I do for love. Bran: What? Jaime: What? Samwell: Oh, hey guys! I can hold the door for you. Bran: ... Daenarys: Where are my dragons? No, seriously. They were just here.
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  • Remathilis's Avatar
    Monday, 15th April, 2019, 11:10 AM
    Deal with it.
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  • RobJN's Avatar
    Sunday, 14th April, 2019, 05:46 PM
    p. 184, Elements of Magic chapter, under the "Light" paragraph of the "Create" skill: "...and any who see it are subject to a MAG vs. Defense check or becoming inflicted with the half-blind condition..."
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  • jonesy's Avatar
    Friday, 12th April, 2019, 09:01 PM
    Ian McDiarmid appeared in person at the trailer announcement. Starts at 2 minutes 10 seconds.
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  • jonesy's Avatar
    Friday, 12th April, 2019, 07:32 PM
    "Every generation has a legend"? I'm pretty sure they used that for The Phantom Menace trailer all those years ago. Let me guess, the emperor is actually Anakin's father. The story was always his story. The emperor is the one who brings balance to the force? I might be only half joking here.
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  • Remathilis's Avatar
    Thursday, 11th April, 2019, 04:13 PM
    Are we also forgetting that this map is in a book and most D&D manuals are printed with vertical orientation, so that printing a horizontally-aligned map would require either being a smaller 1/2 page map or a larger two page spread? I'll take an East oriented map over losing a page to a double spread city map or a half-sized harder to read one.
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  • Remathilis's Avatar
    Tuesday, 9th April, 2019, 03:00 AM
    Meh. Just give casters access to healing magic and allow warriors to sub out heavy armor and multiple attacks for improved skills and one big-damage hit. Then you only need a caster and a warrior class. Everything else is subclasses and multi-classing. Reductio Ad Absurdum.
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  • jonesy's Avatar
    Monday, 8th April, 2019, 06:27 PM
    I just gotta mention this brilliant new Youtube channel called Girlfriend Reviews. It's brilliant. Did I say that already?
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    Sunday, 7th April, 2019, 10:42 PM
    10 Years have passed on this day since Dave Arneson left us. I posted some of my thoughts here. The Co-Creator of D&D is not forgotten. Thank you Dave! :) -Havard
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  • jonesy's Avatar
    Sunday, 7th April, 2019, 04:47 PM
    jonesy replied to Shazam! Review
    Now we just need a movie starring Billy, Diana and Arthur (and none of the others).
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  • Remathilis's Avatar
    Saturday, 6th April, 2019, 09:26 PM
    If you ever want to see what an edition of D&D "could have been", find the Space RPG that came out right before that edition (Alternity, Star Wars Saga, Starfinder) and you'll see the experimental lab for your next edition. Worry if WotC releases a new edition of Metamorphsis Alpha.
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  • Remathilis's Avatar
    Saturday, 6th April, 2019, 09:16 PM
    Honestly, I think 4e is attempting to perfect what 3.5 was trying to do; balance the math via universal progression, provide dozens of choice-points for characters (per level), tighten class archetypes to reduce redundancy, reduce magic-item christmas tree (by assuming certain bumps by level), and make monsters simpler to run. 5e isn't 3.5 perfected, its 3.5 distilled. This is doubly obvious...
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  • Remathilis's Avatar
    Saturday, 6th April, 2019, 09:06 PM
    Hexblade, Swashbuckler, Samurai, Kensei, Warmage, Scout, Cavalier, Knight, Favored Soul, Healer, Archivist, (Spirit) Shaman, Dread Necromancer, Spellthief, Ninja, Invoker, Avenger, Warden, Duskblade/Swordmage, Shadowcaster, Dragonfire Adept, Runepriest, Seeker, Warlord*, and Assassin. * YMMV.
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  • jonesy's Avatar
    Thursday, 4th April, 2019, 09:50 PM
    Was that Zazie Beetz I saw? Domino is with Joker? Hmm. :p
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  • jonesy's Avatar
    Thursday, 4th April, 2019, 09:34 PM
    :eek::angel::devil:
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  • RobJN's Avatar
    Wednesday, 3rd April, 2019, 12:18 PM
    Artstation is visual crack. The optical equivalent of TV Tropes for me -- click through with caution (or at least, set a timer!)
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  • darjr's Avatar
    Tuesday, 2nd April, 2019, 10:08 PM
    PHB + 1 is an optional rule adopted by AL that counters many of the things that I think make sanctioned play bad. Paizo tried something like it and it didn’t seem to take off. I use it as default in my games.
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  • darjr's Avatar
    Tuesday, 2nd April, 2019, 04:40 PM
    What wakedown said. In fact I worry about the influence of AL in D&D. So happy things like Critical Role and the current designers themselves are pulling in the opposite way. PHB+1 was pure genius.
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    Tuesday, 2nd April, 2019, 01:41 PM
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  • RobJN's Avatar
    Monday, 1st April, 2019, 07:39 PM
    Page 184, the Light. entry for creation: "Light. Light creates bright illumination in the spell’s area of effect, and dim light for a further distance equal to half the spell’s radius. For an additional 3 MP, the light can be made so bright that no shadows are cast, and any who see it are subject to a MAG vs. Defense check or becoming inflicted with the half-blind condition." Should be "Blind"...
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  • jonesy's Avatar
    Monday, 1st April, 2019, 03:10 PM
    Really? I've been guilty of it myself a few times. I've done it to make my replies to really long posts more legible. I'd be interested to know why it would be seen as negative?
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  • jonesy's Avatar
    Monday, 1st April, 2019, 12:58 AM
    https://divinityfallenheroes.com/ A turn-based tactical game from Larian Studios, set in their Divinity universe. Gameinformer got to play a demo of the game, and they're saying only 10% of the people there managed to beat it: https://www.gameinformer.com/preview/2019/03/29/hands-on-with-divinity-fallen-heroes Sounds really interesting.
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  • jonesy's Avatar
    Sunday, 31st March, 2019, 09:30 PM
    There are scyscrapers, most of them in the La Défense business district (which is a little outside Paris actual), but none are taller than the Eiffel Tower. It almost seems like they have an unwritten rule not to build anything taller than it.
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  • darjr's Avatar
    Sunday, 31st March, 2019, 04:56 PM
    https://youtu.be/UIpDgQgNrbM
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  • darjr's Avatar
    Sunday, 31st March, 2019, 12:23 AM
    In the face of a popular and good enough version of D&D there isn’t anything Paizo could do. At least I don’t think anything listed so far as options has a real chance. But then maybe their goalposts are not where a lot of folks goalposts seem to be. IF they want to create a game they can be proud of and satisfy enough of a Pathfinder brand fan base, maybe that’s enough for them? If so then...
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  • jonesy's Avatar
    Friday, 29th March, 2019, 08:44 PM
    Man, I sure hope you won't. And we would miss you. My dad's aunt was told that she had two years left when she was 30. She finally passed away at 92. So, yeah.
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  • jonesy's Avatar
    Friday, 29th March, 2019, 07:41 AM
    Once upon a time those tags did work as a spoiler note, but no more. Nowadays the texts need be replaced with .
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  • jonesy's Avatar
    Wednesday, 27th March, 2019, 07:32 PM
    I know, right. I can't even see any of the trailers here or elsewhere for it because everything is "Unavailable".
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  • jonesy's Avatar
    Wednesday, 27th March, 2019, 10:35 AM
    Silly Carrey, tutus are for anime characters. Wait, maybe Jim is an anime character. That would explain soo much.
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  • jonesy's Avatar
    Tuesday, 26th March, 2019, 01:39 PM
    Zack Snyder talks about what was supposed to happen. He spends most of the video beating around the bush, but does get into some details at the end. Edit: so apparently, for whatever reason, the video got taken down. Here's another video from the same event (with discussion at the end about what he said).
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    Tuesday, 26th March, 2019, 12:14 AM
    Oh my taffy scotch, I just found the best SNL playlist on Youtube. Every episode of Californians in chronological order. The Californians
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    Monday, 25th March, 2019, 11:57 PM
    Has Vanessa Bayer ever broken character? Everyone cracks up except her. :D
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    Monday, 25th March, 2019, 10:58 PM
    When did the news become super obsessive about who the current oldest person in the world is? Verifications, photos, video, interviews, "What's the secret to you not dying yet?", "What's your first memory?", "Do you remember World War Whatever?", "Did you meet Famous Past Celebrity?", "What do you think of Current Strange Trend?", "Did you hear about New Thing Happening Right Now?", "Are your...
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    Sunday, 24th March, 2019, 08:17 PM

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    Sunday, 24th March, 2019, 07:49 PM
    So what is the show about? Is it similar to the anime Memories where none of the stories were connected, or is it more like the Matrix animations where the stories were connected and just the art style changed every time?
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    Saturday, 23rd March, 2019, 02:25 AM

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    Friday, 22nd March, 2019, 09:08 PM
    Hi guys, I'm really sorry that I've been M.I.A. Life has been really hard lately. I'm dealing with a lot of pain, which has had my depression spiraling down. I'm barely maintaining day-to-day responsibilities including physio, mental health therapy, and cleaning (somewhat). I have no idea when I'll feel like running this game again. It feels like a weight pushing down on my chest every time I...
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    Friday, 22nd March, 2019, 11:28 AM
    The game is available for preorder on Gog.com Brian Mitsoda and Chris Avellone are part of the development team. There's talk that some people have been let in to play the demo of the game, and that everything is more polished than in the trailer, and they're still working to improve it.
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    Friday, 22nd March, 2019, 02:41 AM
    On the one hand it sounds like an exaggeration, but on the other it doesn't sound impossible either. I remember one gold winning team came back home so drunk they had trouble getting off their plane. A Finnish news site had video of it (I want to say 8 years ago?). :p
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Thursday, 20th December, 2012

  • 02:31 AM - Knightfall mentioned havard in post Which of my continents do you want more information about?
    Trying to get some votes: calling Arkhandus, Big Mac, Blackrat, CleverNickName, Dog Moon, El Mahdi, freyar Hand of Evil, havard, Hobo, jaerdaph, the Jester, Piratecat, Psion, Relique du Madde, renau1g, Scott DeWar, and steeldragons. I'm not sure if this will work...

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Tuesday, 6th November, 2018

  • 09:27 PM - Shasarak quoted havard in post WotC's Nathan Stewart Teases New D&D Setting Book in 2019
    I would change that to: Because in spite of having a large an extremely loyal fan base, WotC have admitted that they don't understand what the setting is about and think that the AD&D 2nd Ed iteration of the setting was a good representation of that setting when the real appeal of that world really lies in the amazing Gazetteer series and the BECMI rulesets, something WotC has even applogized for. ;) But yeah, it surely won't be Mystara. If Matt thinks that Mystara is silly then Spelljammer would blow his mind.

Sunday, 4th November, 2018

  • 06:45 PM - Parmandur quoted havard in post WotC's Nathan Stewart Teases New D&D Setting Book in 2019
    Excellent point. That has to be what they are referring to. My main worry was that GMG would be forced to edit out the Known World information from the Isle of Dread replicas. Hopefully this confirms that it will be included? -Havard Doubtful that they are referring to the Isle of Dread book. That book is reprinting the entire original, however, and looks to have an essay by Lawrence Schick about the original of the Known World in the Kent State game he was in with Tom Moldvay.
  • 06:34 PM - guachi quoted havard in post WotC's Nathan Stewart Teases New D&D Setting Book in 2019
    I would change that to: Because in spite of having a large an extremely loyal fan base, WotC have admitted that they don't understand what the setting is about and think that the AD&D 2nd Ed iteration of the setting was a good representation of that setting when the real appeal of that world really lies in the amazing Gazetteer series and the BECMI rulesets, something WotC has even applogized for. ;) But yeah, it surely won't be Mystara. I am a bit frustrated with the trolling. "Trolling" was the word I was looking for. Wizard's marketing is not entirely dissimilar to trolling.

Wednesday, 3rd October, 2018

  • 10:05 AM - MNblockhead quoted havard in post Dave Arneson Game Day 2018 - Coming soon!
    I think we can all be fans of both D&D creators :) Agree wholeheartedly. Did you ever play with anyone from Arneson's group up there in the Twin Cities? :) -Havard Unfortunately not. I didn't even know who Dave Arneson was until after years of playing. I started playing in the mid-80s. I met Gary a couple times at Gen Con and Gen Con-Origins when it was in Milwaukee. Got to play with him once. It was a quick game of Cyborg Commando. Great experience...but not enough for me to buy Cyborg Commando.

Tuesday, 3rd April, 2018

  • 01:51 AM - Remathilis quoted havard in post Mike Mearls tweet: Is the Known World of Mystara coming to 5e? (What's Cool About Mystara?)
    AD&D2nd Ed Mystara made two important mistakes: a) TSR decided that Mystara should be presented as a kind friendly setting. (Not even kids want a kiddie setting). b) TSR decided that in order to make Mystara as compatible with 2nd Ed as possible, they would tone down all the features that set the world apart from the other AD&D worlds. Both of these mistakes came from a notion that since Mystara was the Basic D&D world, it had to be newbie-friendly to the point of making it First Quest compatible. It wasn't the 2nd edition compatibility that ruined those elements (as Red Steel/Savage Baronies were both 2e, as was the superb Mystara Monster Compendium) but that editorial mandate that the setting shouldn't deviate from the PHB in order to be "newb-friendly". So we lost the ability to have unique subraces, meaningful kits, specialty priests, new races and spells, and other elements converted/reimagined from Basic to 2e. I'm pretty sure that if Mystara gets an official update again, they wil...

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Tuesday, 24th November, 2015

  • 05:06 PM - Mistwell quoted havard in post WotC's Chris Perkins Talks About... Everything! Upcoming Storylines, Products, Staffing, Other Worlds, & More!
    Interesting article. Not buying the percentages at all. Sales of PDFs or books during the 4E era are definitely poor indicators of what people out there are *playing*. Is the FR the most popular setting? Without a doubt. Are alot of people playing Homebrew? For sure. But only 10% divived between Greyhawk, Mystara and other WotC owned settings? I would question that. On the other hand, it is interesting to hear what they are thinking. I will try to get around to listening to the whole thing when I find the time. -Havard It's based on the surveys not sales. And Mike Mearls' favorite setting is Greyhawk. He's said his personal preference would be to support Greyhawk but so far the numbers have not justified it. I think if he had a way to spin the numbers to support Greyhawk at this point he would.
  • 04:29 PM - TwoSix quoted havard in post WotC's Chris Perkins Talks About... Everything! Upcoming Storylines, Products, Staffing, Other Worlds, & More!
    Interesting article. Not buying the percentages at all. Sales of PDFs or books during the 4E era are definitely poor indicators of what people out there are *playing*. Is the FR the most popular setting? Without a doubt. Are alot of people playing Homebrew? For sure. But only 10% divived between Greyhawk, Mystara and other WotC owned settings? I would question that. On the other hand, it is interesting to hear what they are thinking. I will try to get around to listening to the whole thing when I find the time. I'm reasonably sure they're basing the numbers off of customer surveys, not off of any particular sales numbers. I think there's a reasonable amount of inertia that drives the setting numbers. FR has had by far the most products over the past 20 years, so people who don't want to homebrew are naturally going to gravitate towards the setting that has product available, which then reinforces the focus on Forgotten Realms.

Wednesday, 18th November, 2015

  • 07:19 PM - Bruce Heard quoted havard in post Go Beyond The Skies Again With Bruce "Voyage of the Princess Ark" Heard
    This is going to be great! I was very happy with the first Kickstarter. A rich fantasy setting with magical flying ships at its core. It really evoces the atmosphere of the Voyage of the Princess Ark from Dragon Magazine. The maps are amazing. Expanding the gods and planes seem like the next logical step. :) -Havard Fingers crossed... everything should work as well as the first project. After this, it's much easier for me as I go back to writing Gazetteers, focusing on each setting with all the gods in the background already well established and quietly pulling the strings. :cool:

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Monday, 29th September, 2014

  • 12:16 AM - Grainger quoted havard in post Advanced Dungeons & Dragons and the original Basic D&D - your experiences?
    One strength Classic D&D had in being seen as the "red headed step child" of TSR was that this was a line where designers could explore areas which were considered no-nos for the AD&D Flagship. Consider the detailed exploration of playing godlike beings in the Immortals Set. Yeah, BECMI (or Classic, if you prefer), had Humanoids (Orcs, etc.) as player classes years before 2e - I wonder if the Book of Humanoids took the Orcs of Thar as inspiration. It also had the cool fey races in Tall Tales of the Wee Folk, and interesting twists on familiar ones in the Gazetteers and Hollow World (albeit some of this putting in options that AD&D already had - Dwarven Clerics, Drow (Shadow Elves), Elven Fighters, etc.). Not to mention, the excellent Dominion and castle building rules, and the great mass combat system. I don't think many AD&D fans realised what a sophisticated and rich system BECMI became over time, even if it was poorly supported in Dragon and product releases (although with the great Gaz...
  • 12:11 AM - MerricB quoted havard in post Advanced Dungeons & Dragons and the original Basic D&D - your experiences?
    Thanks for starting this thread. As you mentioned originally, it was the out of court settlements with Arneson that forced TSR to keep producing material for "Classic D&D" (A better term than "Basic" in my opinion). Although it sold surprisingly well, it was still obvious that TSR wanted their customers to start with Classic and then move on to Basic. On the other hand many of us stayed with Classic or as in my experience, we kept playing both games, realizing that both had their distinct qualities. "Classic" gets complicated as a term because the Basic D&D of Moldvay and Mentzer is a long way from what I consider the Classic D&D of the original game and Holmes. One of the big problems I have with the huge numbers of Red Box sets sold is that I really don't know how much they translated into people playing the game. A few years ago, I came across a Red Box in the house of a friend - they'd bought it 30 years ago, but never used it (the dice were still unopened). What I really would li...

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Tuesday, 15th April, 2014

  • 01:24 PM - Yora quoted havard in post Fine-tuning custom monsters in AD&D (and retro clones)
    I generally take a look at existing monsters and base it off them. -Havard That was also my first thought and works perfectly finde from 3rd Edition onward. But in 1st edition AD&D, I don't even know what creatures to use as a comparison. A 1st edition balor has 8 HD and a single attack of 1d12+1. A glabrezu has 10 HD and five attacks that deal 1d12/1d12/1d3/1d3/1d4+1 damage. And it's supposed to be much weaker than the Balor. Also, there is a table that groups monsters into categories based on their XP value (which isn't listed in the monster and needs to be first calculated, that sounds fun), and says on what Dungeon Level these creatures are likely to be encountered. But it never says at what character level a group of PCs should be able to deal with the creatures of any given Dungeon Level. Looks like it's assumed you go down a level when you feel confident that you can handle everything on the current Dungeon Level. The most powerful demon in my campaign is supposed to be a tough fight for a group of six 12th level characters. If they attack it s...

Wednesday, 18th September, 2013

  • 10:02 PM - Bruce Heard quoted havard in post Bruce Heard + Mystara + Kickstarter [Hypothetical + Cross Post]
    Man, I would have loved to see the original Voyage of the Princess Ark series collected in an Almanac format book. Brand new episodes with Haldemar & Co by Bruce Heard would have been great too. But I am really excited about Bruce's plans for new fantasy fiction. Can't wait to find out what that will be about :) It would have been nice. Reviving the Princess Ark was the initial idea but WotC did not concur. That's fine though. At least now I can come up with something on my own that's actually better than the original. So far, all concept work and the vast majority of the supplement section have been designed. It just needs to be fleshed out as a properly written text. Of the fiction part, 20,000 words are actually written out of original 30,000. That's going to grow beyond the original outline because of the way the story is developing. Mapping is also underway. Artists have been selected. There will be more info when I post a survey on my blog. It will give a much more speci...

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