Don't see it yet; hopefully just a timed release later in the day, rather than a delay.
Thank you! Enjoy!Sprang for the printed copy and PDF.
I do have a question (originally posted it on the DM's guild but wasn't sure that'd get answered) - there's a number of kits listed in the back that aren't described in the text (Table 6, p 79), like the Askar. I'm confused why they weren't included, even if there wasn't just a line like "use Local Hero background" or in the cases where they're actually subclasses, such as Clockwork Mage stating "see Wizard subclass".
Thank you!Just wanted to say congratulations on getting this out. It seems to be doing really well. Hopefully WotC takes notice.
I lived on Zahara street in Saudi. It means shinning flower. The spelling and pronunciation do not include the 'k'. Zakhara or زخاره doesn't mean anything.Thumbs up!
Question: Does anyone know what actual Arabic word is supposed to be represented by "Zakhara"? Is it from the word for "teem" or "abound" or is it a slight mistransliteration of the Arabic for "flower" or maybe a bigger mistransliteration of "desert"?