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Update: So proof-reading... takes... forever...

I guess I shouldn't be surprised. I mean, there's a reason I had to split this mammoth into two (and then THREE) books. It's big. Well... maybe not big compared to the World's Largest Dungeon or Starblazer Adventures or even DCC RPG. But... gah!

  • I've finished proof-reading 11 chapters. That's right. 11. There are 4 more to go. These four are much smaller. Consisting mostly of random tables.
  • The first two chapters are through layout. We're about 2/3 of the way through the 3rd chapter. That's the 0-Level chapter, for those keeping score. It's huge. And we're debating presentation at the moment.
  • This week will not feature much progress. I'll be at GenCon. And I have a few materials to get together.
  • Those materials will not include deadtree versions of anything. Which makes me sad. But time and financial constraints conspired to run out the clock on me. Come by for some business cards, though. And I should be prepped to run a ton of games, if called upon.
Not much of an update, I'm afraid. Once I'm done with proof-reading, I have some fun blogposts lined up. I'd look for those week after next or shortly thereafter.


  1. Hey! I watched you guys play TA at GenCon this week and we talked about playtesting the Gamma. I couldn't find your email but I want to get in on that action!

    Email me?


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