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  1. https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/353872/Teshnos-Land-of-Fire Many thanks to Nick Brooke and MOB for helping me sort out the issues, and to be honest its much improved. Page count is over 100 pages. Gives the background, History, Myths, cults for Central Teshnos
  2. The Kralori Primer The combined PDF's now over 270 pages. https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/324278/Kralori-Primer?affiliate_id=17244 Update 11: (16 more pages) Dwarves/Ababadi notes, Ordered By Length city detail, some cults, and notes for the Pillars of the Gods. Also Red Deer Saga is still available: https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/327124/Red-Deer-Saga-BUNDLE?affiliate_id=17244 And the Rostakori Clan: https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/318806/The-Rostakori-Clan?affiliate_id=17244
  3. Does Glorantha need overtly real world cultures, I seem to spent more time trying to pull Kralorela away from the Chinese sterotypes. And having Gloranthan Egypt just sounds a step backward... Nice to have elements, but not wholesale import of RW cultures.
  4. https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/324278/Kralori-Primer?affiliate_id=17244 Just finished tidying up Update 9: (18 more pages) Aldryami and the Docks of Ordered By Length city, some elf cults, and a couple of new elementals. Also Red Deer Saga is still available: https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/327124/Red-Deer-Saga-BUNDLE?affiliate_id=17244 The Campaign set in Kralorela has entered its 20th week, and has seen Godunya leave the empire with the souls of the Empires dead to pastures green. The rise of the Kingdom of ignorance, and the loss of the northern province to the rebel
  5. @G33k: Found nothing when searching for Brush Stroke Fonts, other than images of family of fonts which can viewed from a certain perspective as being Chinese or Japanese. Ideally I was looking for a more squarish font which is also Brush Stroked but with a reptilian feel. It wasn't till I was given the offending fonts name 'Wonton' that I found the articles which convinced me to change the fonts (and the opinions of the JC Folk). Not particularly fond of identity politics, it tends to be driven by extreme left or right wing politics which I don't want near my gaming table.
  6. https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/324278/Kralori-Primer? As mentioned I have taken on board the comments about the association of the font to China, and chosen a more neutral font. However, the I Ching style markings remains. The reason for them is explained in the text, and their inclusion harks back to a second age campaign - its removal may upset my players.
  7. The Bagua, is actually composed of 'characters' from the i Ching; I admit I have appropriated the book of changes and use them within the book, it is (aside the structure of folk's names) the only real world china dependant, the concept is too ingrained to remove as a lot of my scenarios hinge on them. Which is why they will remain. But the representative nature of the I Ching characters is only comparable to, comparing Glorantha runes to Elder Futhark.
  8. Still waiting for them to update the cover
  9. RedMoodGoddess: Every culture since the beginning of time appropriates from other cultures, its how we've developed. Also Glorantha is a big bag of cultural appropriation, you can see the origins of most cultures in Glorantha and map them to their RW origins if you that way inclined and have the time. Yep it resembles a Bagua, it was supposed to a certain extent.
  10. I have changed the font (though the product image is incorrect at the moment) after talking to some of my peers on JC group, but as mentioned the project is work in progress and all fonts will likely change if it ever passes in to electrum. The release of the Primer was more of an experiment on my part to see how the market liked stage releases to a possible printed version. The Primer Is material from a personal campaign that is being played out at the moment, the concept was to share the experience with a nominal fee for the product to cover my time in typing up my notes. T
  11. Also, I for one will be buying David Milliams' Kralorela book when it gets published.... but it could be awhile... And to give David his due, his work on Kralorela in Rules one was the initial source of inspiration for the work.
  12. I was looking to put all three books into one volume and add new material into the mix, then get an editor on board to shape things up a little. The first two books could really do with re-editing and better layout, the new software I've been using has helped in other releases I've put together.
  13. redmoongoddess: I'm a little shocked by your prejudice, commenting on, and passing judgment on something you haven't even taken the time to read. But each to their own. But here is the reason for the font selection: It was the only free Brush style font I could find, but if you have any alternatives I will happily consider them.... Internally I have used Kanji characters, which I'm planning to change after ideas given to me by Kakegawa. After-all this is Kralorela not Japan, Korea, China, or Tibbet, so I have tried to flavour the setting with ideas from a multitude of cultures w
  14. I'm thinking about putting together a supplimental pdf for the Red Deer saga - after my Kralorela pdf is released. https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/309808/White-Stone-Ruin-Part-1-of-Red-Deer-Saga https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/312941/Elgars-Blade-Part-2-of-Red-Deer-Saga https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/317944/A-Sword-Turned-Inward--Part-3-of-Red-Deer-Saga So I'm looking for articles, personalities, history, sub cults/cults (non-core), rules, short scenarios to add into the Namoldin saga. (trying to avoid stat blo
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