D&D, Wild Stars, and Cirsova

I’ve been wanting to wait until I run it for my players before posting the final level of the Ultralich dungeon, but we keep having delays. I may go ahead and post the keyed map later this week regardless of whether I’ve finished running it or not. I think that generally only one of my players follows the blog, and I don’t know how religiously they do so.

The Wild Stars books have shipped to Little Rock, so Michael and I will be stuffing boxes around the end of the month. This may be some of the hardest money I’ve ever earned as a publisher, but it’s been a lot of fun. Tara Grimravn, who’d written a review of our last Cirsova for Tangent, posted a review of an advanced copy of Wild Stars: Time Warmageddon here. Delays in publishing the review meant that it didn’t go live in time to help the Kickstarter, but it’s good to know that we put out quality work.

If you missed out on Wild Stars, you’re not completely SOL. Though the print run is confined to orders for the Kickstarter, Michael will have copies for sale at his Little Rock and North Little Rock stores, and I’ll have a very small supply of my own for sale. This could be a “must-have” item for Tim Lim fans, because the print-run on copies with the Tim Lim cover is ~120.

Cirsova Issues 9 & 10 are available for pre-order here. If you want more Cirsova in 2019, we need to raise another $3600 in 25 days.

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