Finally I have an internet connection again, only 47 days after moving in the new flat. More posts will happen in the future now that I can procrastinate again in the most inefficient way possible. For example now I’m procrastinating, writing this blog post to avoid working on the download section of the AFG site, which is at the moment glaring at me from another window.
I’ve also done a bit of writing on a Three Little
- The First Little Project is an improvisation aid and has been in playtest for about a year. The original concept is not mine, but Jeff seems fine with me kidnapping his brainchild. I’m probably a week or two away from sending the file to the printer and get a proof done. So I’d rather show you the proof. Available this Autumn.
- The Second Little Project is a RPG supplement about the Teutonic Order. The game will be a sandbox, featuring Crusading
MurderhobosMonks spreading the Word of God, building big-ass castles and hexcrawling around the Baltic Sea. Interaction with the local population will be based on crossbow bolts, forced conversion or burning their farms. Sometimes without locking the pagans in their barns before torching them. The production status is “a bunch of tables in my moleskine” but it might materialize soonish as a cheap little booklet similar to Delta’s Book of War (get it here, I playtested it and it’s very good to play D&D mass battles). Or, as I’ll start bookbinding and printing courses later this summer, some artsy coptic-bound monstruosity. Time will tell.
- The Third Little Project is called “The Six Cities of the Spine” and it’s going to be a writeup of the Western League campaign material. It started in 2003 as a Arcana Unearthed campaign, then moved to B/X, then to S&W Whitebox, then to AFG. The scope is yet to be determined, but might end up swell to include related material covering the Valley of Fire, the Free City of Unis and whatnot. I’m putting it together so that it can taken apart and put into a three-ring binder, with additional pages to be inserted in the correct spots. I’ll blame the utter failure of this on whoever took the decision of perforating the Moldway edition of D&D.
Also, somebody asked monsters for AFG. I’m not sure how they’ll come out, but they will.