Of most immediate interest to me is Fourth Edition GURPS Adaptations, which gives you advice on how to convert existing fictional worlds for your game. There’s also GURPS Template Toolkit 1: Characters, which is mostly technical advice on creating efficient game characters; GURPS Dungeon Fantasy Setting: Caverntown, which seems rather straightforward; and a reprint of the Third Edition GURPS Discworld Also, which I have a playtest credit for. And, yes: that was totally cool, and I am fairly pleased with myself for scoring the aforementioned credit.
Trying to write an unpleasant NPC, for once. Note the lack of Bloodlust, Bully, Callous, Sadism, or Greed, though. I was trying for ‘unpleasantly dangerous,’ not ‘shoot on sight.’
GURPS CONAN THE WYRMSLAYER, GURPS CONAN AND THE QUEEN OF THE BLACK COAST, and GURPS CONAN: MOON OF BLOOD. All of which were available for considerably less than usual, he said after getting the order confirmation email. I really need to go through my GURPS collection and get it properly sorted, though. It took far too long to make sure I didn’t actually have these books already.
Admittedly, usually I can assume that I do.
I said it best on Twitter, really:
My copy of GURPS GIRL GENIUS was printed in Belgium, too, which was a relief. And I hate that this has to be a consideration, these days. It should be fully available in a few days. But I get it now!
He’s not entirely unlike Indiana Jones.
I’ve only been waiting for GURPS GIRL GENIUS for what, almost a decade now? Grumble grumble spraining fingers to back…
I figure the over/under on time to fund will be about twenty-five minutes. Two hours if they’re actually going to need to fund the entire print run.
I wonder how fast it’ll fund. Depends on the amount, I guess. Anything under twenty grand, blink and you’ll miss it. But if they’re trying to pre-fund a print run, it’ll be higher, and that’ll take longer. Like, say, a day.
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