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    Monte Cook's New Website

    Game designer Monte Cook has a brand new website. You can take a look at it right here.
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    The provided link unnecessarily routes through Facebook, Guvnor.

    Much simpler to link directly to http://www.montecook.com.

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    "Monte Cook Games" is in the Pathfinder font. Conspiracy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GX.Sigma View Post
    "Monte Cook Games" is in the Pathfinder font. Conspiracy?
    It looks a lot the same font he used for Malhavoc.

    Speaking of which, I wonder if Monte Cook Games is just a rebranding of Malhavoc, or something new. If the latter how will it be different?
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    It looks a lot the same font he used for Malhavoc.

    Speaking of which, I wonder if Monte Cook Games is just a rebranding of Malhavoc, or something new. If the latter how will it be different?
    He says on the site that Malhavoc is specifically for OGL/d20 games and that MCG is for original/non-d20 games.
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    I really liked the blog article about "Logic in RPG": Logic in RPGs | Monte Cook
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    I'm glad to see Monte is still involved in RPG's. He has good ideas and put out excellent material for 3.5.
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    Quote Originally Posted by am181d View Post
    He says on the site that Malhavoc is specifically for OGL/d20 games and that MCG is for original/non-d20 games.
    Thanks, it seems I did not dig deep enough.
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    Add in the fact that Monte is one of the few in the RPG culture/industry that has a lot of name recognition, it makes sense that he uses his name for a company that is selling outside the niche that would know what Malhavoc was.
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    Who is the woman in the picture with Monte on the website?
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