Monday, March 14, 2011

Upcoming Projects

I have been very busy over the weekend.

In addition to all the normal stuff I do (work, being a dad, being a student, doing this new consultant gig) I also finalized some projects I hope to get out to you all soon.

The playtesting and writing is done for the most part, the longer editing process is now underway.  All three of these products are related and each one has different focus and a different goal in mind.

Without further ado...

The Witch
A Class for Basic Era Games

This book is designed to be used with Basic era games, such as the Basic Set and Expert Sets as well as the clones they inspired, Labyrinth Lord, Basic Fantasy and so on.   I am not making it explicitly compatible with any version/edition/brand but instead making it something that can be used with any "Basic" game circa 1978-1983.

The book features the witch class, as well as traditions, hundreds of new spells, tons of new magic items and even some monsters to use in your game.  Plus plenty of ideas to use in your game and material for other classes.

Right now there is just too much material in the book to make it a viable download/book for a basic game.  So editing is on going.

I am hoping to have this ready by Halloween.

Eldritch Witchery
For Spellcraft & Swordplay

This book was announced a bit ago for Jason Vey's Spellcraft & Swordplay, though it should be fine with any Original Edition game clone.

This witch is actually a bit different than the Basic Witch.  This will have two classes, the Witch and the Warlock, present a couple of new races, monsters, as well as a bunch of new spells and magic items.

This book will also feature demons and devils and new magical combat options.

The last one (no picture yet) is an untitled Pathfinder options book.
I might actually have that one done first.

So that is what I am doing.  Comments? Questions? Suggestions?


LoneIslander said...

Sounds like a good line up

Martin R. Thomas said...

I'd love to comment on the Pathfinder book you're doing, but all you said was... "I'm doing one." :)

Seriously though - I always like the concept of including witches in a game so I'm curious to see how your other two books turn out.

Timothy S. Brannan said...

3 books. ;)

I'll have more to say as the projects move forward.

Woodclaw said...

I'm very interested, I rarely found any decent witch related supplement.