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State of the Scoundrel Address

Post by Agamemnon »

My fellow Scoundrels, I address you today to discuss the state of our beloved game and Grand Heresy as a whole. The long winter months have not been idle.

After a heroic struggle, Barbarossa has gotten the roll20 character sheets uploaded to their service. They are now publicly available for anyone's use. Meanwhile, new versions of the print and form-fillable character sheets are in the works. The former are largely finished, the latter are waiting on tweaks to their code.

The GM section has been outlined and work has begun on writing proper. When finished, it will include all of the core GM rules, along with a full Session Zero writeup, campaign management, rules for creating and managing NPCs, and a host of samples to get you on your way.

Online play continues to flourish within our community. The discord fecht club continues to bring new insights to the table, many of which will make their way into the combat system in the next release. Forum play-by-post continues on, with a second campaign joining the first, run by yours truly.

On the distant horizon, several other projects have come into view. An honorary member of the GH team has already begun research and development on a unique supplement that details territory rarely explored by the role-playing hobby. Various game-aids have been slated for development, several of which have already begun. There are even rumors of other, larger developments once some of the current dust has settled.

It's going to be a busy year.

Glad to have you along for the ride.

Sword and Scoundrel: On Role-Playing and Fantasy Obscura

Arrakis teaches the attitude of the knife — chopping off what’s incomplete and saying: "Now it’s complete because it’s ended here."
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Re: State of the Scoundrel Address

Post by dysjunct »

I support this being a monthly or at least quarterly feature.
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