Thursday, October 31, 2013

Last day of the $5 Advanced Adventures sale

Today's the last day in the big $5 Advanced Adventures (for 1e or OSRIC) sale I'm having at our website. When I wake up tomorrow, I'm turning the sale off.

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Music for this Week

If we are here not to do what you and I wanna do, and go forever crazy with it,
Why the hell we are even here?

There were never any good old days, they are today, they are tomorrow
It's a stupid thing we say - Cursing tomorrow with sorrow.

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Classified Map Preview

A map I've been working on for the Classified mission Operation Rogue Lion. This is the first floor of an old (yet remodeled) farmhouse.

Right now I'm debating if I should put a grid behind it or just provide measurements for the locations. I think the grid would be the simpler solution, but the "realistic" part of me prefers the measurements.


Sunday, October 13, 2013

Final Classified Edit in Progress

I've got a proof copy of Classified in my grubby little hands and am now going over it with a highlighter to try and find any remaining errors before I have a print-ready copy. There's something about having a physical copy to edit that makes you catch mistakes that you missed on the PDF version. It's nice to see it in real space.

Friday, October 11, 2013

Thursday, October 10, 2013

Working on Operation Rogue Lion and going Faster and Faster

I wrote a lot of Classified to Devo and this song in particular really get's the covert-blood a'pumping....
Faster faster faster faster
In this hour of darkness
Just before I say goodbye
Smoke a Teflon cigarette
I chew my cyanide Cloret
Write down a fake confession
And I send it off to you...

Sunday, October 6, 2013

$5 Advanced Adventures Sale for October (including the two new ones released today)!

We're running a big sale for October on the Advanced Adventures line and we've just released two new modules for that line. Enjoy the sale!

Note: I've weighed each module at at 0.5 pounds each. This is good for orders of only a few, but ends up being more expensive than necessary for large orders. What I do for large orders is refund any excess over the needed shipping and handling costs. It's not ideal, but it works, and so far every customer's been fine with it. So if you get what seems an unreasonable amount for shipping (from an order of 30 books, for instance), don't worry. I'll refund it to the reasonable level when I ship the package out.

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