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We are taking submissions !!!

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Just to point out something that is often not clear. We are taking submissions for 24 page modules (@18,000 words).

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Got some mods for ya

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No prob. Got some mods for ya that meet that length requirement.

You must be using font size 8 to fit 18,000 words on 24 pages and still have room for maps and pics.

I'll be out of town camping until tuesday, but will contact you by phone first thing when I get back. I sent you and steve a PM but neither made it past my outbox and there they sit waiting to be delivered. Not sure what the deal is with that. Is your inbox full?

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Do the modules need to be generic, or can they lead to another (as in not generic, original) fantasy setting? By this I mean, can they begin semi-generic/vanilla and branch out in time?

Thank you,

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Cool I look forward to getting the thumbs up from my recent submissions

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Arioch wrote:
Cool I look forward to getting the thumbs up from my recent submissions

ken

If you write as well as you game, I'd love to run one of your mods.
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Wow thanks for the compliment, though the grammar in my material now comes from my wife
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Arioch wrote:
Wow thanks for the compliment, though the grammar in my material now comes from my wife
ken

Cool. Every bit helps and it's more fun when you work together.
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Arioch wrote:
Wow thanks for the compliment, though the grammar in my material now comes from my wife
ken

Hehe, this is one of the best sentences that you've constructed, Ken!
Just kidding, dude! 8)
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Post by Arioch »

Well I will be honest, grammar,syntax, and punctuation are my main three weakness in writing LOL. I am a brilliant Idea man, just please don't ask me to actually write a coherent thought
Yes it is nice working with my wife, as she help with both the polishing, and focus of my work.

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Re: We are taking submissions !!!

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cleaverthepit wrote:
Just to point out something that is often not clear. We are taking submissions for 24 page modules (@18,000 words).

Davis

Do you want a short summary/outline of the proposed module first?

I have something I'd consider submitting, but if you guys aren't interested in the very concept/idea, it makes no sense to rework/expand it into readable shape.

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eibon wrote:
Do the modules need to be generic, or can they lead to another (as in not generic, original) fantasy setting? By this I mean, can they begin semi-generic/vanilla and branch out in time?

Thank you,

eibon

As a consumer, I'm only interested in 'generic' modules. Of course I can't speak for TLG!

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Akrasia wrote:
As a consumer, I'm only interested in 'generic' modules. Of course I can't speak for TLG!

I didn't mean too far out, more of a plotline, really, with twists on conventional fantasy worlds.
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eibon,

If I understand correctly I like adventures like what you seem to be suggesting.

If it wouldn't be all that different than the Trolls "A" series in scope, just a different concept/idea, I would say submit it. Like I tell my wife and kids, "they can't say no if you don't give them the chance to say yes."
Since its 20,000 I suggest "Captain Nemo" as his title. Beyond the obvious connection, he is one who sails on his own terms and ignores those he doesn't agree with...confident in his journey and goals.
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Treebore wrote:
eibon,

If I understand correctly I like adventures like what you seem to be suggesting.

If it wouldn't be all that different than the Trolls "A" series in scope, just a different concept/idea, I would say submit it. Like I tell my wife and kids, "they can't say no if you don't give them the chance to say yes."

Treebore:

Thank you for the suggestion, I don't have anything to lose by sending in a submission.

For anyone in the know:

Is there a proposal form that Troll Lord prefers, or do they want the entire module as a submission?

Thank you,

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http://www.freeyabb.com/phpbb/viewtopic ... llordgames

Writers guidelines. Davis posted some, just scroll a bit. And module submissions can either be generic, based in Erde, or whatever. If its Erde based talk to Steve about advice on areas or whatnot if needed. ^_^
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Post by eibon »

Thank you very much, I had overlooked that particular thread, I appreciate you posting that for me.

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