I hope everybody who's already purchased the book is enjoying it and finding things in it to use in your games, and that everybody who hasn't purchased it yet will now do so since there's no further reason to wait!
Friday, June 4, 2021
Heroic Legendarium print edition now available at DriveThruRPG
Quick note that although my book got pulled off of Lulu it is now available at DriveThruRPG in a print edition as well as the previously-available pdf. If you're one of the people who already purchased the pdf version you should have received an email including a coupon code allowing purchase of the print version at a discount (the difference between the cost of the pdf version and the cost of the print version, to cover printing costs and mirror the bundle option that wasn't available previously).
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I bought the book & pdf bundle yesterday. I've skimmed the pdf a bit and it looks promising!ReplyDelete
Thanks for your support. Hopefully you'll still feel the same way after you've dug into it in more detail ;)Delete
I'm delighted that this is now available! I've been looking forward to it for some time now. Congratulations on finishing it up and getting it out.ReplyDelete
I recently received my PDF and copy from DrivethruRPG. Based on a quick skim this looks like it will be a fun read (when I get the time) and a great addition to any future AD&D campaign. The new "half-x" races aren't my cup of tea, but the classes (mystic, savant, jester, bard, etc.) all look *really* interesting and cool (and in many cases appear to "fix" problems with the UA versions).
I wish the Lulu version was still available, though, as the paper in the Drivethru version is rather thin (the paper looks "grey" because the print on the other side of the sheets comes through). Ah well, it's the content that counts. An at least the font is spot on. :)
Any chance you have any adventure material to share in the future?
Thanks for your purchase and the kind words. Yeah I realize they not everything in it is going to appeal to everybody, but hope on balance there will be more stuff you like and want to use than not.Delete
I agree that the Lulu version was better printing quality than the DTRPG version, but how that went down was out of my control :(
Until I publish a second tithe DTRPG has my account gimped (some features aren’t available and they hold my royalties for an extra 30 days) so I am working on getting some adventure content into publishable shape to serve as that second title. No ETA on publication.