Thi is the first in a series of new monster products from Goodman Games and Blackdirge Publishing. As the title indicates, this one features giant insects and other "big bugs." Upcoming products in the series will feature dinosaurs, animals and beasts, fey, and daemons, just to name a few.
|Mark Moreland Franchise Manager|
Man, I sure wish I could stand 4e, cause some of these sound awesome. Any plans to make 3e versions of any of them in another BD product line?
Well, the monsters in this one would be pretty easy to convert; in fact, a couple of them are actually conversions of 3.5 monsters I did a while back. But if 4E isn't your bag, I completely understand.
As for offering a 3.5 version of Critter Cache; I would love to, but the GSL currently prohibits me from doing it. However, if the revision to the GSL allows me to produce the same product line with multiple editions, then I would definitely offer these in both 4.0 and 3.5.
|Ask a Shoanti|
|Ask a Shoanti|
Now, now Blackdirge, I realize you’re just trying to protect the guy but it’s obvious to me.
Besides, I remember Daigle divulging that he had a few too many the other night and he skewered an adventurer on the temple steps. He was a bit embarrassed about the whole thing, not so much that it was an inebriated critical but because, well you know: the dammed paparazzi!
(P.S. Great concept for a book – I’m all for giant bugs!)
I like it!
It will be seeing play this Monday night.
Awesome. Let me know how my big bugs do against your PCs. =]
Also, for the DMs out there, there will be a companion line to this one called Critter Encounters. Critter Encounters will feature short, ready-to-play encounters using the monsters from the Critter Cache line. Look for Critter Encounters I: Bugged Out toward the end of the month.
|Xaaon of Xen'Drik|