OSR Judges Guild Deluxe Collectors Edition Volume Two, sneak peak.

darjr

I crit!
From Jennell Jaquays facebook.

Goodman games working away on the Judges Guild history book volume two.

Goodman games recently received some unbound advance samples of the components that will be used for the second volume of Judges Guild history books. This is a sample of the cover of the slip case for the leather-bound version of the book.


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Please note that I think there is an agreement with GoodmanGames and Judges Guild that they will not profit from this.
 
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darjr

I crit!
Goodman Games shared more images to kickstarter backers. These Jennell posted to her facebook.
 

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I've been reading their "The Year That Shall Not Be Named" Yearbook and looking back, what strikes me is that when times were tough, Goodman Games did not remain silent, were not afraid to take a stand. Definitely one of my top old school publishers, if not my favorite.

One reason Goodman Games is one of my favorite publishers. Class act all around while still able to be classical.

Judges Guild's impact is massive. Having the first campaign setting alone would be enough to mark them in gaming history. Not to mention, they were probably the biggest and earliest third party publisher for D&D.

Their products and especially one of thier designers Jennell Jaquays are foundational to the hobby. To many they are part of a secret incantation that summoned this whole hobby to existence.
 

Mannahnin

Scion of Murgen (He/Him)
Now I'm starting to feel like I missed out on these Kickstarters. Hopefully I can snag a copy at retail price once they're available.
 




It can go next to the Curse of Strahd boxed set...

Back when I was a librarian, shelving these sorts of giant books was such a pain. We had an oversized collection section, but that was just kicking the can down the line, because that space was limited and filled with a bunch of other oversized and odd-shaped books.

If only the books were sized to be used at a table or even put on a bookshelf instead of measuring 72 ft X 139 ft. ;)
 

Retreater

Legend
Back when I was a librarian, shelving these sorts of giant books was such a pain. We had an oversized collection section, but that was just kicking the can down the line, because that space was limited and filled with a bunch of other oversized and odd-shaped books.
I'm a librarian myself. Yesterday, I was joking to a new employee that her job was going to be trimming down the oversized books so they all fit properly on the shelf.
Fortunately, she didn't believe me.
 

"Now go down to storage and get the booksaw up here."

I'm a librarian myself. Yesterday, I was joking to a new employee that her job was going to be trimming down the oversized books so they all fit properly on the shelf.
Fortunately, she didn't believe me.

If I recall correctly, Goodman Games also put out the individual adventures from their last deluxe collection, each one a normal size.
 


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