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    Did they give any indication if this is a late Winter or late Spring sort of release?

    It strikes me that a Volo/Mordy-style book with nautical monster lore and additional rules for sea and ship related stuff would be awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Parmandur View Post
    Al-Qadim, Kara-Tur and/or Maztica...?
    Quite possibly! It was in response to a question asking if they were going to delve into a campaign featuring Africa or another area we haven't seen before. If not those campaigns specifically, we could get something like them, but it'll probably be those in some form.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Parmandur View Post
    Did they give any indication if this is a late Winter or late Spring sort of release?

    It strikes me that a Volo/Mordy-style book with nautical monster lore and additional rules for sea and ship related stuff would be awesome.
    The ship book will be a Spring release. The big Fall products will be announced during their big stream event May 17-19.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yunru View Post
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    I'm in!

    *Quickly throws on gold shirt over the red one*

    I'll be on the bridge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Parmandur View Post
    Al-Qadim, Kara-Tur and/or Maztica...?
    This is what interested me. I dont care what setting or culture. I just want something besides medieval Europe. Stone Age, Bronze Age, Persian, Mesopotamia, India, Southeast Asia, urban arcana, old
    West, Victorian, anything but medieval Europe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arnwolf666 View Post
    This is what interested me. I dont care what setting or culture. I just want something besides medieval Europe . . . India, Southeast Asia.
    ^You're looking for Yoon-Suin: the Purple Land, at least for these two.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vecna00 View Post
    The ship book will be a Spring release. The big Fall products will be announced during their big stream event May 17-19.
    So this is set to release significantly earlier than MToF, since that came out on 5/29 last year and the Stream of Annihilation was the next week...

    ANy hint as to whether we are looking at three or four big books this year?

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    I'm excited for a naval themed supplement, ship combat is great fun
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    Quote Originally Posted by Parmandur View Post
    So this is set to release significantly earlier than MToF, since that came out on 5/29 last year and the Stream of Annihilation was the next week...

    ANy hint as to whether we are looking at three or four big books this year?
    All they kept saying was "3-4 big releases." However, when asked about how the Eberron PDF experiment did, Nathan Stewart's response: "It was great, but we can't talk about it further." It makes me think we're going to be seeing more of that!
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    Quote Originally Posted by vecna00 View Post
    All they kept saying was "3-4 big releases." However, when asked about how the Eberron PDF experiment did, Nathan Stewart's response: "It was great, but we can't talk about it further." It makes me think we're going to be seeing more of that!
    Interesting, that suggests they have some stuff up in the air still, in terms of whether a fourth book makes it this year.

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