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  • My bad on the RPGNow/DriveThruRPG hardcover not being available. It's still awaiting review. I've tried contacting them twice thus far with no response. I'm thinking holidays are impacting response/review time.
  • If anyone grabs a hardcover copy via Lulu, email me your preferred RPGNow/DriveThruRPG email address, the date of your order through Lulu, and your order number and I'll send you a coupon for a free PDF through RPGNow/DriveThruRPG.
I should have an update after the new year that will detail what's coming for Transylvanian Adventures in 2014. It's going to be an exciting year.


  1. Shame, I was hoping to nail a copy for xmas...

  2. I prefer Lulu over RPGnow's POD quality. My Lulu copy of TA shipped yesterday. Though I don't think I'm going to get it before I leave for vacation. Maybe...

  3. I couldn't wait, so I ordered the evening of the 13th, and got my copy on Christmas eve. It looks great. (I've even talked one of my players into buying a copy off of lulu during the year-end sale.) Looking around when I ordered TA, I found a coupon that netted me $10 off the purchase price, and with shipping was just under $30. Not too bad a deal.


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