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I should blog more?

Nearly done with my Kickstarter! Last map is hours away from being done. These maps are huge. Fun.

Once that's done, I will finish up the rest of the pdf info... Having the maps before my eyes really helps. Then I'll draw some fun paper/token minis for the encounters. I got a ton already but want to do more.

Once that's done I got a few things brewing. One is my very own roleplaying game. I really love the system, no bias here... :) Very simple and feels like an Old School Revival! And I say Revival cuz it's a Christian RPG. I'm setting it in a quasi 500AD Dark Ages Europe, in Northern Italy. So south is Rome and the budding Church, but northward are the Dark Forests of the Germanic Barbarians and the Franks, westward are the Visigoths and Gaul, eastward Ostrogoths, Huns, Slavs... each with their own forces of darkness and paganism that the missionaries must encounter, preach to, convert or die trying!

And yes! Plenty of dark grim fantasy elements we all know and love, like hags, werewolves, vampires, undead, goblins, demons and the like. So yeah, your basic family friendly game! Hah. But it will be about saving people! Literally and spiritually! The players will get to have encounters with local pagans and deal with the many arguments as they try to evangelize the locals, deal with the corrupt, find the evil lurking about and save the day! Fun!

Be on a look out for that in... uh... November maybe? A call out for playtesters as well!! Patrons and members! Oh and the minis and maps will all be of a size that is home printable! The maps will cater to letter size paper and be black and white. So a village, while not to scale, will be printable on one page so all can see the locations to explore & investigate. But most maps will be to scale for paper minis: A road map could be 2 pages long. Any locations or dungeons or ritual sites will be black and white drawings for easy printing!

A winding road in Norther Italy where the missionaries must go to a village. There aren't any bandits or dire wolves lurking about here?


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