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 Post subject: 2016: A Fine Year for Witch Hunting?
PostPosted: Wed Dec 30, 2015 2:21 pm 
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Alright! As I write this we are hurtling headlong towards the end of 2015. Two days and counting. I'm sure the Paradigm crew are cozied in enjoying the holidays with their families and taking a well earned rest. But if Henry, Eric, or Clint would like to update us to the state of witch hunterdom, reflect on the year gone by, or maybe throw us a teaser for 2016, I'm sure I'm not the only one who'd love to see what they have to say!

Happy New Year!
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 Post subject: Re: 2016: A Fine Year for Witch Hunting?
PostPosted: Fri Jan 01, 2016 2:15 pm 

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The Native American book is complete except for: A title, Cover Art, two 1/4 page pieces of B&W interior art, and two 1/2 page pieces of color interior art.

Orders of Solomon is largely compiled unless I decide to expand it. I haven't made a decision either way but will soon.

There is an Aztecs conversion to complete, along with a 3-part adventure conversion companion piece

We have a completed set of LARP rules as well. These will permit easy conversion of tabletop characters, and I intend to weave LARP events into any storied

Stand by for exciting news about the Revelations campaign


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 Post subject: Re: 2016: A Fine Year for Witch Hunting?
PostPosted: Fri Jan 08, 2016 3:30 pm 
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PCI Eric wrote:
The Native American book is complete except for: A title, Cover Art, two 1/4 page pieces of B&W interior art, and two 1/2 page pieces of color interior art.

Orders of Solomon is largely compiled unless I decide to expand it. I haven't made a decision either way but will soon.


Please expand away! We're going into our third year where half or more of the releases are updates from the last edition. I appreciate the conversions but I'm eager for new ideas and material.

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There is an Aztecs conversion to complete, along with a 3-part adventure conversion companion piece


Very eager to hear more about the Aztec Empire adventure. Is there a teaser or blurb you can share yet?

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We have a completed set of LARP rules as well. These will permit easy conversion of tabletop characters, and I intend to weave LARP events into any storied


I thought those were being done by a third party? Did something change?

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Stand by for exciting news about the Revelations campaign


Standing by…

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 Post subject: Re: 2016: A Fine Year for Witch Hunting?
PostPosted: Sun Jan 10, 2016 8:06 pm 

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Blusponge wrote:
PCI Eric wrote:
We have a completed set of LARP rules as well. These will permit easy conversion of tabletop characters, and I intend to weave LARP events into any stories


I thought those were being done by a third party? Did something change?


The third party completed them, but it looks like we may publish them on their behalf.


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