Is now funded! The first stretch goal at $22,000 is a sneak peek backers only exclusive look at the next book in the Perilous Vistas series called Icebound. You'll get a glimpse at the nuts and bolts of polar biomes as well as some of the obstacles that face polar travelers. I'm also thinking about adding in a new hazard that can also be applied to Mountains of Madness, glacial lake outburst floods.
Thanks. Mountains of Madness has already been printed and its weighing in at 292 pages, which is 70 pages more than Fields of Blood.
Saint Bernard wrote:
Pledged for both books. Hopefully we make the $20,000 goal.
Thanks for the support. We're 55% funded in five days, so we're cautiously optimistic that we're going to exceed our funding goal by a pretty healthy margin. We'll be posting another update tomorrow evening or Monday with some sneak peeks at three of the adventures.
Thanks for the kudos. These are done and need only layout. There's also no bloat in terms of added products. It's a pretty streamlined KS.
Two new books in a series that has so far managed to get on my Top Ten with each single installment? Absolutely frickin' worth it. Dunes and Fields are superb and I can't wait to see these two.
I have a high bat to live up to there. Rest assured I always try to improve with each offering.
Mounatins of Madness and Marshes of Malice, the successors to Dunes of Desolation and Fields of Blood are now available on Kickstarter.
I stink at links so if this doesn't work hopefully a more tech savvy fan can help.
The other site.
Sqn Cdr Flashheart wrote:
Then you'll really be thrilled to know that the events from Slumbering Tsar also feature prominently in two of the adventures.
Skeeter Green wrote:
It's good stuff. I have a preference for the Hibiki. Charging hard towards the finish line.
Richard Pett wrote:
Blight previews look awesome Richard, though I still think that you're really Nick Logue in disguise.
To boil it down to one sentence, monsters are scarier when it isn't obvious that they are monsters, and may even be likeable. The statement applies to fantasy world and the real world.
A week and little more than $8K left to go. It's been a steady climb throughout the kickstarter, but we want to not just fund. We need to smash enough stretch goals to reach Valhalla.
This project has a fairly high entry fee, so spread the word to as many potential backers as possible. Just another 75 backers gets us to funding and then some. If we equal the backers for CotSK, we'll hit everything.
TOH has so many great monsters to fit so many specific purposes that you almost can't help but using it. I always try to incorporate as many TOH monsters as I can to meet my needs.
Heine Stick wrote:
If you've ever spent time with me at any gaming convention, you'll know I'm utterly shameless.
Dunes of Desolation and Fields of Blood, both from Frog God Games cover environment information for GM's including hazards, weather, how to incorporate deserts and grasslands, respectively, into your campaign as well as additional monsters and three adventures that while set in the Lost Lands Campaign Setting, can also be used in any location.
Greg A. Vaughan wrote:
I turned in the first chapter a couple of nights ago, so all that is left is a brief introduction and the appendix, and that puppy is ready to go.
After sitting through the planning session with you and Greg, I wish I could have stuck around longer to see you put the beat down on those meddlesome PCs. Still, there's always next year.