It’s not Khara Thel but it is my writing.
A Roadside Picnic and STALKER game inspired novel about two veteran Stalkers returning to the Zone. It follows Luka and Sasha on their trials as they try to rejoin the “Sons of Liberty” and make it big. Planned release will sell for PayPal and Bitcoin.
Another product released; this time d20 RUNE PATHS hits the virtual shelves at RPGNow.com
D20 RUNE PATHS at RPGNow.Com
Rune Paths are quasi-dimensional trails through forests that are slightly outside of space and time. Rangers are best at accessing them but Druids can, too. Using a Rune Path can greatly speed the travel of any group and lead to a very fast traversal of the forest. The risk is losing the trail which puts the lost person in the ‘primordial’ forest which sits slightly outside of time and space. The only way back out is on a Rune Path.
It’s only $5.00 so check it out.
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Simple 2d6 is ready for exclusive retail sale on RPGNow and RPGDriveThru. It is $6.50, a very reasonable price for a full game, including rules, character sheet, table of contents, and an index.
In a few weeks Simple 2d6 will go commercial. It will be available on RPGNow and DriveThruRPG for a low price. Stay tuned.
Here’s the cover for the second book in the Bounty for the Taking series.
You can probably guess how number 3 will look.
KW Jackson has finished the draft for the second book of Bounty for the Taking. In this book the brothers continue their journey to reclaim their estate of Veldon after the great revelation at the end of the first.
Cavis heads back to Kliom Nagar to find out what is lacking in his ability to fight well. Atriaxe and Staifcairn plan to head to Ferris to find out the legal status of Veldon and how they might then go about reclaiming their family lands. Adventures and complications ensue.
Keep an eye out for this sequel to a bone-crunching good action fantasy story.
Expected released: December 1st, 2012.
If you want some bone-crunching action and good old-fashioned adventure then read my latest novel. Bounty for the Taking: Book One, is a fantasy adventure that follows three brothers as they travel the lands of Khara Thel, seeking wealth and fortune via bounty hunting in its various forms until they uncover a life-changing revelation.
Bounty for the Taking: Book One, Smashwords
Bounty for the Taking: Book One, Kindle
Keeping it less-than-epic,
A Tale of Rum Town is a book I’ve written and published on Kindle. I’m running an experiment with Amazon’s algorithms but I need some help. If you’ve got a spare 2 minutes go to my Kindle book page for A Tale of Rum Town and add some tags. Put in whatever you think appropriate and any, or all, of these tags:
less than epic
Tell your friends to jump on and add tags. I’d like to see how many tags can be added in a week.
Greg Christopher of Dark Horse Game Design has released his first commercial product; Aqualii Temple. What’s special about this otherwise standard dungeon-crawl is its format.
The PDF is a series of maps with interactive icons and graphics. You click on something and text pops up to tell you what it is. So rooms, doors, trap-symbols, and all that kind of thing is laid out and ready to retrieve its information with one-click. It’s a great idea and I’m confident it will continue to grow – like layer control in PDFs for print-purposes, hyperlinking indexes (indices) & tables of contents, and other uses of the various enhancements that PDFs support.
Given that only one out of 6 at my gaming table doesn’t use a laptop, and only 2 of 4 at my previous group (2 years ago), that says something about market size.
Aqualii Temple is only a buck from RPGNow.com
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