Thursday, March 03, 2005

Passing the torch

Well, the revolution began today.

As BNG II picks up steam, some big changes were called for.

All the original Blood and Guts products (and its a lot... 3 major source books, 2 Modern Dispatch articles) were deactivated as individual items and placed in a discounted bundle.

In a way this is bittersweet, and in a way I feel like a guy who just said "I do".

In other words... I have officially crossed the rubicon. I can't go back on this whole "second edition" idea.

On a related note, I added some flavor text to the first book of BNG II that is the first step in bringing an idea to light that has been floating around in my head for a year or more: Blood Blizzard, a campaign sourcebook for Blood and Guts. This idea will serve as the unifying theme in all the BNG II flavor text, so I hope you like it.

I pitched the idea quite awhile ago and was told (more or less) that it was "too ambitious".

However, I think the time is right for it, and if I can make my case for it you will get to see more about the worst winter in human history than some flavor text.

Here's to snow and lots of it.

Chuck

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