Trifletraxor Posted December 5, 2009 Report Share Posted December 5, 2009 Ouch! I hope this is not true. My original plans were to support it from this site and make it an ongoing thing. There was a lot that I wanted to put into the Green that I had to cut out to bring the page count down. The whole process of editing and formating about wiped me out though. Those parts took me waaay longer than simply writing the thing. Heck, for all I know Chaosium may reject it. They have had the manuscript for weeks now and I have not heard that they even recieved it. I think the monograph deal only gives Chaosium the right to publish 500 copies of it. I doubt they "own" it, reading the submission guidelines. And as other people allready said, many authors continue to support their monograph after its released. When did you submit it to Chaosium (what month?)? Time to update the index page! Hmmm, just playing with ideas here, but what if the world was divided up by say misty seas that are hard to navigate. Long ago someone mentioned the shared world having different islands, like Earthsea. After all, in the real world, navigation was not very easy and cultures developed pretty much independently and least until the age of exploration. It's a good idea. No need to map the islands relative to eachother either, as the GM then could game the islands in the order he wanted. I also still like the sky mountain idea though, with huge icycles hanging at the edge of the world. The sun could move up and down, going into the mountain at night, to got the normal day and night cycle going. SGL. Quote Ef plest master, this mighty fine grub! 116/420. High Priest. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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