Saturday, June 11, 2011

Fin

I seem to have come down with a cold of some sort, so I'll be taking it easy today and likely tomorrow as well. However, I did want to let every know that I've finished the manuscript for the first Dwimmermount Codex and will be doing a round of edits and revisions on it, after which it'll be ready for layout. If all goes well, it should appear sometime later this month or early July if it does not.

Until it's laid out, I can't say how big of a book it'll be, but it's over 20,000 words in length and covers the following topics:
  • Generation of ability scores
  • Wisdom
  • Clerics and new Cleric spells
  • Cultists
  • Druids and new Druid spells
  • Dwarves
  • Gnomes and Gnome spells
  • Saving Throws
  • Four new monsters (one of which is a reworking of the kobold) and two new magic items
  • The gods of Dwimmermount
  • Brief overview of the Dwimmermount megadungeon
  • Level 1 of the dungeon ("The Path of Mavors"), which consists of 68 rooms.
With this done, I'll be focusing on Petty Gods this coming week, so that that can go into layout soon too. I expect its release will likely slide into July rather than June, as I'd hoped, but such is life.

5 comments:

  1. Looking forward to all of these, particularly Petty Gods. Get better soon!

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  2. No goblins? They are one of my favorite parts of Dwimmermount! Hopefully there's a Part II on the horizon. :)

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  3. Congrats on the progress! Rest deservedly well!

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  4. "Gnomes!" The Scream of terror echoed through the sprawling cavern. Erso was paralyzed with fear. he had heard the tales of Gnomes descimating entire armies with their foul magiks.
    "Just shut up and run, you fool!" Harg wasnt looking back as Erso was gutted by an invisible Cleaver the size of a wagon wheel. He simply picked up speed as the gore sprayed across the back of his neck.

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  5. James, off topic, but wondering if you've seen this old D&D ad? http://i.imgur.com/91Sr0.jpg

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