I received proof copies for Tarot Adventures, Book Two: Comet over Echo Rock today!
|Cover Art by: Brian Lee|
This adventure is released under the Open Game License, and is designed to be a difficult to deadly level challenge for characters of second through fourth level of experience.
Some of art going into that adventure:
|Art by: Alexia Veldhuisen|
|Art by: Kelsy Cowan|
|Art by: Christian Martinez|
|Art by: Jake Ochoa|
|Art /Cartography by: James Lee|
|Background/border art by: Nick Caponi|
Whether you are new to the Tarot Adventures, or a survivor of The Draw of Glenfallow, you and your friends will enjoy this brutal adventure!
What is going on in this book:
Monsters remain in the Echo Rock silver mine. Pieron wants your group of brave adventurers to rid the mine of its monstrous inhabitants to avenge the deaths of those who have tried to reopen the mine before you, as well as to bring the wealth from the mine to help continue the growth of Glenfallow.
Survive the climb into the northern mountains, brave the depths of Echo Rock, and rid the mine of its infestation. There is wealth to be had, political clout to be earned, and monsters to kill.
Packed with several full page illustrations, a selection of six (6) pre-generated characters, example dialogue, a selection of example skill results, and pages of NPC and setting data, this adventure is full of material for the adventure at hand as well as material that easily adopted for expansion.
As a final note, I do use KickStarter to fund my various projects. There are some neat projects on KickStarter right now and I want to point a few of them out to you.
Here are some of them:
At the time of this writing there are two days left to support the Coronary campaign.
At the time of this writing there are twenty-two days remaining to help fund Shinobi: Ninja Princess
Disclaimer: I don't know the people responsible for Shinobi, I just think it looks like a cool project.
Gadget, another project that I saw that really just looks cool to me. It is early in the campaign and could use a LOT of help in reaching its goal. I haven't backed this comic yet, but I'm planning to in the final week of its campaign. Give this campaign a long look, the numbers look realistic and the concept seems really cool to me. I do wish it had an electronic copy only option or an option for print copy only. I've messaged the creator to that effect as well. It's the creator's first KickStarter campaign, at least that is what KickStarter says, so lets share this around and help make it a great first time experience.
Finally, one of the most exciting KickStarters that is running right now (to me anyway), I was looking into developing something similar but I just don't have the coding chops to make it work. If there is any RPG themed KickStarter you are going to support right now, this is it!
How cool is an Augmented Reality monster? Just check out their visuals to see.
Thanks for joining me today as I explore writing, game design, and self-publishing.
I hope I'll see you again next time!