Monthly Archives: March 2015

Against the Vortex Temple

It seems I’ve been working on my upcoming adventure Against the Vortex Temple for just about forever. (Looking back on very old posts, at one point I mentioned I wanted to have it ready for the DCC launch in 2012… HA!) … Continue reading

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Three Years as a Sorcerer

It’s hard to believe that it’s been almost three years since I got word that the DCC rulebook had been sent to the printers, and as a 3rd Party Publisher I could begin the long nervous wait for things to … Continue reading

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Perils of the Sunken City at RPGNow

In addition to being on sale for just $.99 for the next day, I’ve updated the download bundle of Perils of the Sunken City with new updated color and mobile versions!  All existing customers should be able to download the latest … Continue reading

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Patrons added to Sorcerer’s Grimoire Beta

OK, patrons have been added to the Sorcerer’s Grimoire beta. (Thanks again to j. rodman for his super work helping me get the data ready.) When you select a patron, the script will automatically select Patron Bond and the appropriate Invoke … Continue reading

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Crawer’s Companion Beta Testing

It’s been a while, but I’ve just posted updated Beta versions of the Crawler to the Beta Page. If you’re an Android user, just download the the apk using the instructions on the beta page. iOS users will need to … Continue reading

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GM’s Day Sale

Through sheer laziness, I forgot to sign up for the GM Day sale at RPGNow.  Seeing all my DCC publishing chums taking part filled me with shame, so I just marked everything down 30%. And since March 9 is my … Continue reading

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Note for folks running the Crawler’s Companion on an iPad 1

Apple has made changes of late that require apps published to the app store to support 64 bit magical whimsy. Apps that are currently in the store (like the Crawler) have a small window where non 64-bit updates will be … Continue reading

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