Posted by : David Guyll July 16, 2015

During our Kickstarter campaign for A Sundered World, someone asked if we'd do a kind of promo adventure. Something that could help showcase the setting, and maybe even be run at GenCon.

Whelp, here it is: Primordial Machine.

It's an introductory adventure set in A Sundered World, based off a playtest session I ran last November. I'd hoped to get a print version available in time for GenCon, but at this point by the time I get a proof in hand it'll likely have already started.

There's both a full color and black and white pdf, in case you want to save yourself some ink printing it off (or just prefer black and white pdfs): you get both when you buy it.

In addition, there are previews for four of the six new classes that will be featured in A Sundered World: the battlemind, nomad, shaman, and warlock. Well, I say "previews", but there's enough advanced moves to take each of them up to 6th-level or higher (shaman is the lightest on advanced moves).

A separate pdf contains letter-sized character sheets for all of them, based on our new layout.

Finally, anyone that purchases Primordial Machine will be able to get A Sundered World at $2 off.

Announcements
DriveThruRPG is running their Christmas in July sale. During this time (which is just under eight days), everything in our store is 25% off.

Lichfield is also available for public consumption. If you want a concise adventure with a Silent Hill feel, be sure to check it out!

The Golem is our latest "monster" playbook, and the fourth to be made due to fan demand. Next up is The Rakshasa, followed by a few more that we're not ready to talk about just yet (one of which features yet another character sheet design).

On the topic of classes, I want to give a shout out to Maria Rivera's The Lich. I not only provided some design insight and content, but also did the cover (with the help of Melissa, who colored it), the logo, and layout for both the digest pdf and new character sheet.

If you're interested in having Melissa and I look over a class (or adventure, or whatever it is you're working on), and/or do art, hit us up! We're cheap (or in some cases free).

The Dungeon World GM Screen is currently available in pdf and landscape insert formats. No matter which you choose, you get eight sets of pdfs that let you have access to the screen in both landscape and portrait orientation, in color or black and white, and with or without art.

We're waiting on the portrait inserts. Assuming they look good, they'll be available soon. They're now available.

Next up, mini screen!

Leave a Reply

Subscribe to Posts | Subscribe to Comments

Followers

Recent Comments

Popular Post

Blog Archive

- Copyright © Points of Light -Metrominimalist- Powered by Blogger - Designed by Johanes Djogan -