Realms of Twilight Campaign Setting (PFRPG)

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The True Sun was eclipsed centuries ago, leaving the world in darkness. Only the light of the three moons shines down on the surface of Relistan, illuminating the savagery and chaos of the wilds. In recent centuries civilization has once again found a foothold in some regions of the world. The Realms of Twilight campaign setting allows you to become an adventurer and travel through the moonlit lands. Will you journey in pursuit of all that is good and righteous, or will greed dominate your decisions and your adventures wherever they may take you?

Contains new deities, prestige classes, spells, monsters, feats and MORE! This campaign setting is compatible with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game and can be purchased in print at www.realmsoftwilight.net.

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@Daniel - I'm glad some of the mistakes have been taken care of, although e.g. incite/insight is exactly the kind of error that has been so disrupting to my reading experience and which makes up my major point of criticism editing-wise.

I think your world is an interesting high-fantasy world, though not completely my cup of coffee. Just for your information - I did love a lot of the components, e.g. the locations etc.

Will there be supplemental material? I'm asking becuase I didn't really get how common e.g. magic items are in Relistan. The amount of e.g. Were-tigers, drow, half-outsiders etc. among the rulers would suggest them to be common, while the combat alchemist and items don't necessarily lend themselves to this assumption.

@Dark Sasha: Once you had the opportunity to check the book out, please write a review. I'd be interested how you perceive it.


~highly opinionated threadjack~

These types of errors are often seen in people who suffered from the utter failure of teaching children the Dolch List by the American public school systems. I see their/there/they're errors very often as well as replacement of -ight with -ite and a number of others. I don't necessarily blame the person making these errors. However, it is of use for persons who didn't have such a firm education early on to invest in word processing programs that check for grammar and word usage as well as spelling errors. (I was a private school teacher for 6 years.)

~treadjack over~

So Daniel, your ideas are very interesting and I want to see your book when I have the money.

You would do well to invest in a word processing program that checks for more than just spelling errors. Also, and I should listen to this advice myself, use the processor to check posts before you send them.

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Urizen wrote:
Maybe it's me, but I found this funny because I know you meant to say insight. I don't think it'd be pretty for a 3PP when a product incites End to type up a poor review. ;-)

I had just woken up... give me a break alright? ;)

@ DS: I have a word processing program. I just generally don't use it for posts. Unfortuantely I also don't tend to re-check my posts before posting them. I know this is something I should definitely improve on.

@Endzeitgeist: There will indeed be supplemental material. I'm about to release a 5th-7th level adventure called Lycan's Bane with a few others in the works. Beyond that, I intend to do a series of "world books" giving a little more detail into a particular continent or area. Some of these may even include actual stats for the major NPCs (I originally left them out intentionally to allow the GM to use them a bit more fluidly and customize them to their playing style).

I also have another project in the works. It is a book completely focused on the city of Skyne on the continent of Slarinca. This project is still in the planning stages thus far, but once I get a few other projects further along I will be able to devote some time to it.

Lastly, there is a novel trilogy (the Master of Shadows trilogy) also in progress. I'm hoping to have the first book finished and released by GenCon this year, but I may not. I'd rather push off the release date to make sure it is the quality I want than rush it and end up with something of lower quality.

If any of you guys have an opinion of what sort of supplements you would like to see, by all means let me know.


Dark Sasha wrote:

~highly opinionated threadjack~

These types of errors are often seen in people who suffered from the utter failure of teaching children the Dolch List by the American public school systems. I see their/there/they're errors very often as well as replacement of -ight with -ite and a number of others. I don't necessarily blame the person making these errors. However, it is of use for persons who didn't have such a firm education early on to invest in word processing programs that check for grammar and word usage as well as spelling errors. (I was a private school teacher for 6 years.)

~treadjack over~

<threadjack>

Thanks! This will go great with an upcoming essay I have for AP Comp this quarter. I was not aware of this existence and even doubly so as I'm hearing impaired and rely on lip reading. Perfect!

</threadjack>


Daniel Marshall wrote:
Urizen wrote:
Maybe it's me, but I found this funny because I know you meant to say insight. I don't think it'd be pretty for a 3PP when a product incites End to type up a poor review. ;-)
I had just woken up... give me a break alright? ;)

Ha-ha! I can forgive the occasional typo; I'm guilty of it daily. It's those that are an actual word that gives the context a whole new interesting take. Which I found funny. At least it wasn't a Freudian slip. ;-)

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Urizen wrote:
Ha-ha! I can forgive the occasional typo; I'm guilty of it daily. It's those that are an actual word that gives the context a whole new interesting take. Which I found funny. At least it wasn't a Freudian slip. ;-)

True. That would definitely give my words a whole new meaning.

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My friend picked this up at Gencon and is planning on running it in the near future. She is really excited about running this, and I admit, I am looking forward to Playing in it. I just am curious Which of the core/base classes (and the Alternate classes in Ultimate Combate) are/are not appropriate for this campaign setting. Are the Core races still around or were they replaced by the new races? I haven't really gotten a chance to flip through this yet, as she has the only copy in the group, at the moment.

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Nodnarb wrote:
I just am curious Which of the core/base classes (and the Alternate classes in Ultimate Combate) are/are not appropriate for this campaign setting. Are the Core races still around or were they replaced by the new races?

The core races are all still around and available. The book says that everyone effectively has low-light vision, those that wouldnormally have it have double range. That is really the only modification to the core races. As far as classes, all of them can be appropriate for the setting. Where in the world the game occurs and what sort of campaign your friend is running will figure into it of course, as it always does.

Of course, I prefer the new core class in the Campaign Setting... and the ninja and wizard... but those are just my preferences. :)

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For those of you who haven't yet heard of Silver Crescent Publishing, we are the creators of a post apocolyptic fantasy world called the Realms of Twilight. This book is a campaign setting filled with multiple continents, dozens of deities, feats, magic, creatures and more.

If you have any questions about the world or Silver Cresent, feel free to ask here, or check out our Website.

Shadow Lodge

If a group did manage to return the True Sun to the sky, would vampires exposed to it burn and die, or just sparkle?

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Kthulhu wrote:
If a group did manage to return the True Sun to the sky, would vampires exposed to it burn and die, or just sparkle?

I vote for burn and die.


Any idea when the print edition will be available?

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PathfinderFan64 wrote:
Any idea when the print edition will be available?

I don't have an update from our distributor yet, but I will see if I can't get some updated information from the publisher.


Thanks. I want to buy it but not until it is available.

Dark Archive

Hasn't the book been available from his website for over a year?


Yes it has but it costs more and there is the shipping costs. I can add it to my monthly order and pay very little extra for shipping.

Scarab Sages Silver Crescent Publishing

Yes it has, but we had to make arrangements with a distributor to make it more widely available.

Let me know if you guys have any questions about the setting.

I'm sorry that I don't have any more information on the release via our distributor. I will see if there is anything I can find out over the next few days.


bigkilla wrote:
Hasn't the book been available from his website for over a year?

That page is currently down, and the website appears to have vanished.

Although I have seen this on RPGNow and Paizo since it was released; I have passed on it every time, because there's no hardcover available for order from RPGNow's POD or Paizo's site.

I understand the distribution thing, I really do. But after being burned by a 3PP in the past, I much rather prefer to get my physical books from a market like Paizo. The website being some search engine-esque placeholder currently, doesn't do much to change my opinion.

For something as large as a campaign setting; I want a physical book, not just a PDF. I waited for Neoexodus and if this hardcover ever comes to Paizo, I'd definitely pick it up.

I'd love to give the world a shot.

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ZDPhoenix wrote:
bigkilla wrote:
Hasn't the book been available from his website for over a year?

That page is currently down, and the website appears to have vanished.

The page was down due to Silver Crescent switching to a different host. The page is now accessible again though we are still doing some tweaking to restore full functionality and improve the site for general use.

ZDPhoenix wrote:


I'd love to give the world a shot.

You'll get your chance soon. The books have already been sent to the distributor. I expect they will be on their way to outlets including Paizo shortly, if they aren't already.

Thanks for your interest. I look forward to hearing what everyone thinks about the setting. And as always, if there are any questions don't hesitate to send me a message or post them.


Looks like Hardcovers are in. Awesome!

Any chance of a PDF/HC combo, like Paizo, or Frog God products?


I agree. It would be nice for a pdf/hc combo. Hopefully this week so I can add it to my subscription.


If not, I'm still buying the Hardcover, regardless. I've really been wanting to take a crack at this for awhile.

Contributor

I've sent an email to the publisher to see if they're interested in setting up a Print/PDF bundle.


Thank you Liz.

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Just in case anyone hasn't noticed, the print/PDF bundle is up and posted for those who are interested.

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