Blood of Orlanth delays

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Blood of Orlanth delays

Postby Poi » Sat Aug 25, 2007 8:42 am

Its now down for September release.

I need this book. My campaign needs it. My players need it.

Give it to me. Give it to me now!

Please.
Pretty please.
Pretty please with a cherry on.
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Postby MongooseMatt » Sat Aug 25, 2007 10:03 am

Well, this is my fault - I gave the developer concerned a holiday. Foolish, I know, and I was at pains to point out that holidays are purely optional (no one listens to that part). . .

I'll have an update for you when he gets back next week - but it won't be long now!
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Postby Poi » Fri Oct 05, 2007 11:32 am

Just noticed it's slipped again, now not due til November!
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Postby elgrin » Fri Oct 05, 2007 11:43 am

:cry:

Glad I'm not the only one disappointed!

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Postby duncan_disorderly » Fri Oct 05, 2007 12:04 pm

Poi wrote:Just noticed it's slipped again, now not due til November!
Well Matt was going to update us when the developer got back from his holidays. That was in August, and we're still waiting, so he must be enjoying himself to much to come back to work :wink:
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Postby MongooseMatt » Fri Oct 05, 2007 12:07 pm

duncan_disorderly wrote: Well Matt was going to update us when the developer got back from his holidays. That was in August, and we're still waiting, so he must be enjoying himself to much to come back to work :wink:
Heh :)

We are just waiting for some artwork to be completed for Orlanth, and then it will be ready. It will be well worth the wait - this is one of Gareth's greats.
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Postby Neo » Fri Oct 05, 2007 3:24 pm

msprange wrote:
duncan_disorderly wrote: Well Matt was going to update us when the developer got back from his holidays. That was in August, and we're still waiting, so he must be enjoying himself to much to come back to work :wink:
Heh :)

We are just waiting for some artwork to be completed for Orlanth, and then it will be ready. It will be well worth the wait - this is one of Gareth's greats.
i'd have to concur, heck we even gave Gar a virtual cookie for this after we playtested it, not only was it an awesome story arc, but it was damn near flawless as far as playtesting went.
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Re: Blood of Orlanth...If it's as good as it looks

Postby HalB » Tue Oct 09, 2007 8:50 pm

I buy RPG stuff to play games. I have neither the time nor talent to write my own adventures. If the Blood of Orlanth is really good and Mongoose crosses its heart and promises to release more good scenario books, then this will get me to buy the settings books and the core books. I'll have the confidence that the setting will be supported with playable scenarios.
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Postby Trifletraxor » Fri Oct 19, 2007 5:18 pm

Any preview comin up?

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Re: Blood of Orlanth...If it's as good as it looks

Postby The Greek » Sat Oct 20, 2007 12:38 am

HalB wrote:I buy RPG stuff to play games. I have neither the time nor talent to write my own adventures. If the Blood of Orlanth is really good and Mongoose crosses its heart and promises to release more good scenario books, then this will get me to buy the settings books and the core books. I'll have the confidence that the setting will be supported with playable scenarios.
Dara Happa Stirs is another campaign I will be working on in a few months time, so there is definitely some more planned material in the works besides just Blood of Orlanth.

We started playing the BOO campaign ourselves and had a big party argument over some leather trousers half inched from a gribbley bandit type. I won so now I get to wear someone else's pants. Woohoo. Brings back some old memories (of RuneQuest back in the RQII days).
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