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About SilverSeraph

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    Started with 3rd edition dnd then got into Chaosium titles. Now playing in a 5e dnd group and looking to broaden into CoC and RQG.
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  1. Maybe a bestiary then? I'm sure there will be the requisite slipcase set with a gm screen pack. I have no doubt whatever it is this will be the most beautiful product Chaosium has ever put out.
  2. This is actually The Great Pendragon Campaign that will be split. As far as anyone knows, the core rules will still be one book.
  3. Ok. Thank you for the clarification. Just wanting to know how to best spend my money. I will start picking up the POD titles then.
  4. I was referring to the below post from the Status of Future Pendragon Projects thread. This seemed to indicate that the titles on POD, or at least some of them, would get regular print runs with better quality.
  5. Well I ordered my copy. Looking forward to the future of the line. Is there a timeline on the planned print runs of the current "Book of ___" books?
  6. This was my first CoC book. Presently on the shelf to my right. The twine and wrapping paper is very cool. I've never seen that before.
  7. David Larkins mentions in the interview at https://www.whatwouldthesmartpartydo.com/2020/10/18/king-arthur-pendragon that there is historical precedent for women fighters, etc and that this change was Greg Stafford's intention. Honestly, it should be up to the group. Personally, in my game I like the idea of females playing more of the manipulative Morgause or Cersei Lannister type rather than a fighter and that's what I'll probably go with, but that's just me.
  8. Love everything about the QS with the exception of 2 things: 1) The illustration of the knights on p. 19 clashes with every other interior illustration in the whole document. 2) The font used for the cover title (white) and section headings (burgundy) doesn't strike me a particularly medieval. Would like to see something more gothic like in the actual medieval manuscript. If I had my druthers such a font would be used throughout, but I know you have to think about readability. Still, more a more gothic font in the section headings would go a long way to give everything that much m
  9. Looks so nice. All but 5 or 6 look big enough to make a good HC book. Could saddle stitch also possibly be an option for the ones that were originally in that format? I.e. Cults of Prax, Cults of Terror etc. That's such a good format for the gaming table because they lay flat more easily. At any rate, thanks so much for this. Really looking forward to them.
  10. I thought Rick said something about this a while ago so I did the search and found it. I understand this is by no means a confirmation and plans can, and often do, change, but there seems to be at least some appetite at Chaosium to offer print options of legacy Pendragon titles.
  11. The books available are stunning. It really is a shame this series will go nowhere in the US.
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