Hey all! Been a while. There's been a lot of hectic times on our end, so we don't have a full update to the avowed playtests today, but we do have a brand-new product for you, which can be found here as a free download!
Ooooh! A shiny new product! Gimme! Waiiiitttt...What day is it... Nah... you wouldn't do us like that. :P
Really don't want to intrude and plan to back tonight regardless, but I don't think I ever got an answer to my question about if we could make O7 compatible products. I got an answer from Jason Sonia but I don't think that answers my question of if people could make O7 adventures and such. I'm asking because I was thinking of maybe making something that I think could use O7 rules if I was allowed to use them. Because it will be under the OGL, I could use the mechanics, but I think it would be better if I could say X is an O7 Product. Again, really sorry if this is an irrelevant question and I really support the idea and think it sounds awesome.
Renaming the "release" of the classes to open playtests after my work got torn apart on /r/Pathfinder_RPG and /r/Pathbrewer. That definitely gave me a lot more ideas and I will be posting my other classes as open playtests once I get to my computer. Thanks a lot to anyone who read my wordvomit and managed to stay conscious long enough to review it on Reddit.
I'm currently ignoring all of the AMAZING advice given to me by quite a few people in the third party industry, and trying to undergo a trial by fire as painlessly and with as little fire as possible. AKA I'm starting to publish a couple things for fun and without investing too much cash and with very low expectations. I don't have anything out yet due to still setting up DTRPG accounts and such. If you want, check out my website here. I am still working on getting OneBookShelf up and running but my first couple products, which will be PWYW, should be up soon. I will also put PDFs of the products on the website in a bit. Please leave a review if you have time to look at them when I publish them, especially harsh reviews. Criticism is needed to become better, or at least that is what I'll tell myself when I cry myself to sleep after my first review. :P