Goodman Games goes ORC!


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darjr

I crit!
Just picked up this gorgeous cover of MCC and it does indeed come with a code for the PDF in the book!
Downloaded already.


Sanjulian cover of person in space suite in a blasted new york post apoc scene.
 




overgeeked

B/X Known World
I’ve run a ton of funnels. Many Free RPD Day ones. I need to run a longer arc and will do so with MCC. Needed an excuse. It’s nice I can mix and match with DCC and their Lankmar stuff.
Nice. Which is your favorite? I still love Sailors of the Starless Sky. The well in the courtyard is so fun. I can’t wait for the hardback of Purple Planet. Love me some sword-and-planet nonsense.
Gah! I’m so super excited.

I realize I gotta make sure any players know what they are in for but I know a few who are game.
We’re about to start our DCC game with our long-time D&D group. They know what’s up and I cannot wait.
 



I guess that confirms that there will be no more OARs based on TSR modules.
I wouldn't necessarily infer that. As far as I know, for the OAR, Goodman Games has a separate contract with WotC, so they might be unaffected (unless WotC ends the contract). It might mean less/no 5e products other than OAR, though.
 


darjr

I crit!
It would be interesting to match up the OAR change if direction timeline up with events in this whole OGL fiasco.
 


Retreater

Legend
It would be interesting to match up the OAR change if direction timeline up with events in this whole OGL fiasco.
I'm sure with the development time involved, and the fact that the last two announced OARs (going back to last spring) were Judges Guild, it's possible they knew in advance they wouldn't have access to more TSR material. Maybe the contract ended after Temple of Elemental Evil?
And if that's the case, maybe WotC had an idea they were going to roll out something like 1.1 early last year?
 




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