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Update: What a Long, Strange Trip It's Been

The final draft of Transylvanian Adventures has entered into the approval process. Once Goodman Games and RPGNow give it the okay, it will be available for PDF download. Following that, work will begin on offering a print-on-demand version.

The final PDF comes in right around 300 pages. Price for the PDF is still in question. I have a better handle on how much the POD version will cost. For a limited time, I'll be able to offer a free PDF to those who buy a hardcover POD version. I'll try to offer coupons for those who pick up the PDF early, so that they get a decent discount on the POD version.

I'll have more details soon, including a post where I feature the amazing cover art by Doug Kovacs.

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  1. I can't wait to see what the game has in store!

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  2. A free PDF with purchase of the print copy sounds like a great deal, thanks! I am really looking forward to Transylvanian Adventures, now the only bad news is I have to wait a bit.

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