Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Advanced Adventures #34: The Crocodile's Tear

Oh lookie, another Advanced Adventure's on the way! This one's by Geoff Gander, has a a rather Meso-American feel, and fits right in the sweet spot of levels 3-6.

Advanced Adventures #34: The Crocodiles Tear is an OSRIC(tm) module designed for 4-6 adventurers of levels 3-6.
A wealthy patron is outfitting an expedition to sail to the mysterious southern continent.  The goal of the expedition is none other than the legendary Crocodile’s Tear: a massive magical emerald! Many tales are told about the southern continent, most of which paint it as a disease-ridden jungle filled with hostile natives, reachable only by crossing a pirate- and monster-infested sea.
As the port winds fade into the winds of the open sea, the sails of The Mermaid billow firmly. Will the player characters survive the voyage, and will they find more than they bargained for? Oh, and was it mentioned that that two other trips set out before this one only to be swallowed up by the dense jungle…
If you enjoy this adventure, look for future releases in the Advanced Adventures line from Expeditious Retreat Press.

Saturday, April 16, 2016

Tome of Tomes: Volume Three released!

Heya all, I'm glad to say that the next 100 books in the Tome of Tomes are compiled and released as the PDF Volume Three of the Tomes of Tomes! Thanks again to all my Tome of Tomes Patreons for their support, without which I would not be creating these as the clip that I am. Thanks!

Friday, April 8, 2016

A Month without Posts

I should update all of you since it's been a month without posts. There are two main reasons for this: 1. We moved from Ohio to Vancouver, WA, and 2. My computer fall down go boom.

The move is the big reason. Suzi (my wife) found a new job on the west coast and moving our household (and business) 2,500 miles has taken almost all of our collective attention for the past month. We're here finally and the house is 95% set up so things are back to normal on that front. Unfortunately, we've got about two weeks of travelling into (south) Portland for Suzi's orientation/on boarding and that's a terrible, terrible, drive, so I'm not going to be 100% at the helm until the next two weeks are done.

(we get to see this monster a lot while we cross the river)

But the computer issue isn't to be ignored. It's simply amazing how much time it takes to migrate from one computer to another when you've got as much computer-related stuff to move over. For instance, just finding all the damn fonts you used takes forever. Oh, and I still haven't figured out how to migrate custom brushes from Photoshop (but honestly, I haven't looked that hard after my initial frustration... there's got to be a way right? That seems like something people would want to do.).

Anyway, thought you all deserved a heads up on my silence recently. Thanks to all my business associates for their patience during this period. I appreciate it!

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