I received The Habitition of the Stone Giant Lord in the mail today, and it is a super-impressive work! The essay by Jon Peterson does a great job of putting the dungeons in context of D&D from its origins up to the mid-1980s (30 years ago, really?!). The eight dungeons are all written by young folks at the time and reproduced in color as exact copies of the source material. Alas, it appears mine own work is the only one written without thought of being useful for other DMs, the other seven dungeons being written in a pseudo-”Module” style where mine is merely brief notes (a’la Judges Guild) needed to move the game along. As usual, there is a +5 Holy Avenger and Plate Mail of Etherealness hidden inside… Habitition is currently shipping to Kickstarter backers & pre-orders, but you’ll be able to find it online at Plagmada.
Here are my “White Box” Knights of the All Mind multi-volume player sets all boxed up and ready for my crew. Distribution begins tomorrow.
They seem sturdy except I don’t think the flaps that insert into the box to keep it closed are very durable. Also I pretty much jam-packed the boxes with gaming goodness. :~)
My multi-volume “White Box” set contains none of the booklets edited for judges, so I am including this ad for the two GM books created so far.
I am producing a “White Box” version of several All Mind titles in a player’s set. The primary purpose is for the players in our hybrid game to have a copy of the actual rules used to adjudicate our little scenarios: a mix of 1e, 3.5, and some independent stuff.
The out of pocket cost for me is pretty steep, just over $20 not counting my time, so it’s not really feasible to sell, but I went all out even including Gamescience precision dice (only a d6 & d20, I figure most rolls can be made with these two). The presentation is awesome, I’ll post a picture when the final versions are finished.
Dang! I am getting bombarded with spam in my comments of folks wanting to sell discount sports team jerseys.
At least for the time being I have the comments set up so a commentator needs to register and log in to comment. I hope this won’t be too much of a burden for anyone who has a “real” comment.