Inevitable: A Doomed Arthurian Western RPG is just what it says on the label; Arthurian, Western, and Doomed. It legitimately looks like a lot of fun to play, especially if you liked the first few books in Stephen King’s Dark Tower series. Last but not least: it’s ethically sourced. I explicitly checked, and the publisher indicated they’re planning to use an Estonian firm. So, no realistic chance of slave labor being used*! That’s always a plus.
Now, this is how it goes. You folks, you use the Dropbox link. But when you tell other people, you give ’em the Patreon link. See? See? …Unless they’re, I dunno, cool and everything. In that case: yeah, give ’em the Dropbox link. I trust your judgement.
…the book is available in your Pelgrane Press bookshelf. Been looking forward to getting SWORDS OF THE SERPENTINE for a while: Kevin and Em are good folks. I was glad to help playtest it. And, as I recall, some of the people reading this were in on that…
Pirate adventures for GUMSHOE! And the Between the Devil & the Deep Kickstarter is being done by the people who got their print run once pulped by the PRC, so I’m reasonably certain they’ll be able to avoid using slave labor to print their books. I think I got burned once or twice in that regard lately, so I’m trying to be more careful. Check it out!
I should be get the rules edits by the end of the month, not to mention the rest of the art. After that, I can send the project back, have my layout designer clean up everything, and then… it’ll be done! And praise God.
A slightly spoilerific sample page after the fold. The final language will change, mind.
Mostly so that I don’t have it hanging over my head when I finally get the rest of the stuff. The edits to the rules language and the new art work will be fairly significant, and I don’t want to feel oppressed when it comes time to integrate them into the RPG. Besides, it’s somewhat satisfying to see the work progress. I’ve wanted the FERMI RESOLUTION RPG worldbook off of my to-do list for a while now.
Got the first-look files for the RPG. It came out well, in my opinion. Oh, the text still needs edits, and extra art added (both are in the process of being finalized). But THE FERMI RESOLUTION WORLDBOOK took a large step forward to publication.
And damn, but that cover is gorgeous.
PS: Buy my books! …Obviously, this is directed to any first-time visitors to my site.