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Old 10-29-2019, 10:47 AM   #21
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I didn't even know series 2 existed until pretty late in it's run... so I have almost none of it. That's the one I keep hoping will eventually see rerelease...
I strongly suspect that it will never be released in its original form. It exists as a large bundle of diversely formatted HTML files, not particularly well suited for release in the kinds of formats SJ Games uses without considerable work. What you can expect, I think, is things like this the PDC, collections of themed articles which have been updated and revised. After all, if they're going to put in the labor necessary to re-edit and lay out the articles for PDF, they may as well get somebody to bring the content up to date.
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Old 10-29-2019, 12:38 PM   #22
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What you can expect, I think, is things like this the PDC, collections of themed articles which have been updated and revised.
Sure... but like the errata notes for DFRPG, I'm not holding my breath.
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Old 12-01-2019, 06:18 PM   #23
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BTW, I don't know if anybody's mentioned it, but has anybody noticed that "Wellsprings of Creation" provides a framework which ties up all the other locations in the Pyramid Dungeon Collection, the freestanding adventures published to date, Caverntown, Tower of Octavius, Hellsgate, and a whole bunch of fantasy-friendly locations from 3rd edition Pyramid into a single Dungeon Fantasy setting?
Oh, I noticed! I would have used this in a heartbeat, if it had been available when I started my DF campaign. So far I've used the DFRPG / DF adventures: ISaR, AtRM, and Hydra Island, and have dropped the Tower of Octavis onto my map.

Instead I used the (systemless) D&D setting World of Jordoba as the basis for my campaign, in the absence of any official DF setting at the time. Now I just need to work out how to squeeze in Nordlond in there somewhere.

BTW, the PDC looks like a lovely collection of material. I'm sure I'll use much of it.
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Thanks for the well-wishes folks :)

I haven't finished the book because I nod off, but so far Saroo is my hands-down favorite. It tickles my fancy in just the right way, somehow :) Uxuloth is running a close second, but I have so much more to read!
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I haven't finished the book because I nod off, but so far Saroo is my hands-down favorite. It tickles my fancy in just the right way, somehow :) Uxuloth is running a close second, but I have so much more to read!
Glad you're feeling better.
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