Posted by : David Guyll June 11, 2015

This is going to be a bit of a short post, as we were without internet for the past few days (and weren't even sure we'd be online today), and I've got a bit of a backlog of things that need writing, illustrating, editing, reviewing, etc.

The Kickstarter campaign for A Sundered World was successfully funded, coming in at just under 150%. I think all things considered—a previously failed campaign, no stretch goals or guest writers, and at least a few Manufactured Outragers spewing demonstrably false accusations—we did pretty damned good.

On the backers' side of things, I'll be rolling out portions of the book gradually for closed feedback: add what needs adding, clarify what needs clarification, change what needs changing...basically what Melissa and I have done for everything we've ever written.

The comic is just over halfway done (currently finishing page 4), and the adventure is nearly ready for closed feedback. Backers will get both for free, but they'll also be available for purchase once they're done.

Announcements
The Swashbuckler is out! This is our take on a melee type character that relies more on grace and wits than a big-ass sword and heavy armor. It boasts a new character sheet layout, some extra moves, and new bits of gear and magic items.

The art for the Dungeon World GM Screen is done, and I've ordered some proofs. If they look good, expect it up in the next week or so, along with the GM Screen Art Pack.

It looks like the next class we'll be doing is The Golem. Personally I was hoping for The Rakshasa or The Fighter, but the people—over a hundred voters this time—have spoken.

Finally, the crew from Mythoard have graciously allowed us to put up Lichfield for public consumption at the start of next month. So if you missed out on it, you won't have to wait until October to get it!

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