Up next is completing Shadows of A Green Sky for Free RPG Day. We are trying something different this year, debuting a new concept (presentation concept) for the Basic C&C rules...which there aren't really any basic rules, the game is too simple for that. But when you open it...well you're just going to have to go down to your local shop this June and scoop one up!
As soon as these two are done we are looking at wrapping up the Codex of Aihrde and Aufstrag. After that, our in the works projects include the next three volumes in the Mythologies books, starting with Codex Germania.
It's high time TLG revisited the horror genre, or at least an apocalyptic game. We had our brief foray into horror with Tainted Lands, which was fun, but short-lived and unsupported. The horror genre is much maligned because, like fantasy, there is so much bad horror material out there, both in gaming and in film and tv. But, when it's done right, it is done right and it leaves an echo in the mind.
Busy year, as we wrap up the Gaxmoor Kickstarter...thank you everyone for supporting and pledging, it ended with a crazy bang...and plunge on into finishing the CKG and other projects we are looking forward to all manner of stuff: Brimstone, Abyss Walker, Adventurers Backpack and so on.
Stay with us friends. It's only just getting good!
So here is the schedule of events. All final edits go in tomorrow. A copy will be sent to Steve Ege for proofing over the weekend. All KS backers will receive this copy as well. This is out last chance to find mistakes, so if you find something, please let us know and we'll get it fixed. Once it goes to the printers, we will not make any changes to the book until the 3rd printing.
Early next week, or midweek at the latest, the Castle Keepers Guide goes to the printers.
All too much other news. Players Guide to Aihrde wraps up in the next week. Its at edting. Harvest of Oaths should have a new release tomorrow, but might be trumped by CKG work. Amazing Adventures Companion is in layout. Once it is finished all three of those books will go to press.
And lastly, the Lost City of Gaxmoor begins its final week over at KS!
In the meantime, be sure to check out the Lost City of Gaxmoor on Kickstarter. We've already hit the goal to retool this sucker and and staring down the hall at a secret door. No doubt filled with all manner of goodies.
In Aihrde news, Steve is looking at an overhaul of the maps of the Mortality of Green. They are all over the place in style and rendition. First up is the 'Drew's Hollow", the tavern and Inn that lies just north of the Mistbane and south of the Lake of Nunt (for Harvest of Oaths Part 4). That goes to the mappers today. But area maps as well.
Now kick off your week with Jaguar Paw's escape from the movie Apocalypto! A fantastic film.