Malcolm Craig is now a senior lecturer in history and, as a game designer, published indie tabletop RPGs such as Cold City and Hot War.
When you play regular 5e, your character moves through a series of locations and events. With a kingdom adventure, a series of events moves through the location of your kingdom.
I wondered whether all this faith in the Tabletop Scotland team would be tested by the movie and reached out to the convention organisers.
We’ve had several really kindly requests to be allowed to make use of the mechanics, and rather than get into anything complicated, we figured an SRD and CC license was the way to go.
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US law enforcement are investigating theft of £25K worth of 5e RPGs from Scottish indie publisher
It’s a dream project, and I look forward to giving everyone nightmares.
If you’ve got a printer suitable, you grab one or another set of Jon’s paintings to do your own, but with 32 landscapes in the book, it may be cheaper and better to back the project.
The Kickstarter is nearly over, with a few days left on the clock, and it is a runaway success. Over seven hundred backers have taken the book to over %1,300 funded.
As studios like Handiwork look to decouple from 5e and investigate their alternatives, we might see more of this; quick bundles of ‘days before’ content put up on offer.