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  • by Seventh Sea
  • Fri, 08/11/2017 - 18:58
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QUOTE: Mark Diaz Truman (published 2017-08-11, Friday)

Lots to catch up on today! In addition to the official release of The Crescent Empire on PDF to backers, we’ve got paperback novels, the full suite of accessories (decks, GM screen, etc) on PDF, and our August production update! 

The Crescent Empire PDF 

Now that we’ve resolved The Crescent Empire through print proofing, we’re ready to release the PDF to backers via Backerkit:

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  • by Donovan Morningfire
  • Sun, 05/28/2017 - 14:01
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So taking a look at another one of Andrew Peregrine's Explorer Society offerings (side note: Andrew's done seriously good work, as I've yet to be disappointed), this time looking at the new setting of the self-proclaimed "City of Romance," which as one might expect is located in Montaigne.

Okay, first off, the pictures he selected for this that are not from the free resources from DriveThruRPG are spot-on perfect.

Dono's Gaming & Etc Blog
http://jedimorningfire.blogspot.com/

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  • by Mike Welker
  • Wed, 05/24/2017 - 12:15
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Lately, I've acquired the in-print books from Noble Knight. I was wondering whether JWP has the Bits & Mortar program? If yes, I can ping NK to ask them to set up my pdf links. I mainly want to do some printing of a few heroes and villains for a summer game... just checking... I didn't see this question elsewhere in the forums.

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  • by Alfredo Tarancón
  • Tue, 04/25/2017 - 11:40
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Hi!
So I finally went ahead and uploaded my first pdf into the Explorer's Society. They're extended crew rules to help the players make their crew come alive. I also tried to make them compatible with the extended Ship Rules by Rob Donoghue. It includes the rules, and a few sheets (both basic and in form style). There's also a variant for the Ship Sheet that it's designed to be used with the extended Ship rules of RD. 


Hope you people check them out, and any comment will be more than welcome!

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  • by Lech Górski
  • Tue, 03/14/2017 - 17:32
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Hi guys!

The very first time I've been reading through "making a hero" chapter, I've been amazed how many ideas for a hero I had. I wasn't a fan of swashbucklers and this genre was quite new for me, but after reading that chapter, my head was full of all that cool ideas. I'd love to see a place, where people could share theirs.

I'm a web developer. I'm thinking about creating a website, where you could:

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