Check ’em out – not quite ready for prime time, but close. Writing the romance-oriented vignette items was surprisingly difficult. I need to go read some trashy YA books.
After some conversations with Eric Provost, I continue to experiment with Grey Ranks structure and resolution mechanisms. This latest version is not fully cooked, but I think it is headed in the right direction. Comments in italics. Feedback very welcome.
So these bad-ass children actually locked horns with Ukrainians in 1919, but wow. Just, you know, wow. That’s a wonderfully evocative picture.
Drowning and Falling just got back from revised layout and it looks better than ever. One final edit and it’s off to the printer in time for Gen Con.
I’m working hard on the Roach demo, and there is some discussion here if you care to weigh in on the delicate art of the convention ten minute demonstration. I’ve made up some NPC cards to facilitate play. They look
The Mad Irishman just sent an initial draft for review and it is fantastic. Check these snippets out: Table of contents Evil prayers Page with Dalton Sharp art I am drowning in delight at the way this is turning out.
Work continues of Grey Ranks. I took Eric’s advice to heart and tied narration to mechanical effect – it is still a little wobbly, but I think I’m on the right track. Missions still need some about-ness – conflicts are