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Updated 15 October: Jonstown Compendium Index - 2021


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Updated again, with Anders Tonnberg's maps of the South Pelorian Highlands. You know the drill by now: the package contains four high-resolution maps (Players', Game Master's, Detail, Political), each available in hex or non-hex versions, yours for 5 euros (c.$5.89). 

I'm also making a noise about the Jonstown Compendium's two ENnie nominated titles on the front cover - voting opens to the general public tomorrow, runs for a week, and we'd really appreciate your support for A Rough Guide to Glamour and  Citizens of the Lunar Empire in the Best Organized Play category. (The ENnies use a ranked preferential vote, meaning you can support both titles)

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  • Nick Brooke changed the title to Updated 20 August: Jonstown Compendium Index - 2021
  • Nick Brooke changed the title to Updated 26 August: Jonstown Compendium Index - 2021

Updated again, adding QAD: Pimper's Block by Drew Baker (2,000 pages of randomly pregenerated characters from every RQG homeland and occupation: 520 fully-detailed character sheets and another 2,600 short-form NPC grunts), and sadly removing the listing for Valley of Plenty: Shawn & Peggy Carpenter have decided not to finish the Jaldonkillers Saga, and have now removed the only published volume from sale.

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  • Nick Brooke changed the title to Updated 31 August: Jonstown Compendium Index - 2021

Updated again, adding The Bad Winds, another Monster of the Month from Austin Conrad. Monster stats, spirit cult, adventure seeds and a two-page myth: yours for $1.25 (or 21 cents per page).

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  • Nick Brooke changed the title to Updated 19 September: Jonstown Compendium Index - 2021

Updated again, to note three recent developments:

'Organized Play' is the category the ENNIES use for community content programmes like the Jonstown Compendium, Miskatonic Repository and Dungeon Masters Guild.

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  • Nick Brooke changed the title to Updated 23 September: Jonstown Compendium Index - 2021

Updated again with Jamie "Trotsky" Revell's Bearwalkers, an in-depth look at the Rathori of Fronela, including character creation and cult details for both RuneQuest and QuestWorlds. $4.00 for 25 pages.

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  • Nick Brooke changed the title to Updated 30 September: Jonstown Compendium Index - 2021

Updated again with Diana Probst's The Whirling Moon, a mini-adventure released via Austin Conrad's Monster of the Month series. $2.00 for 14 pages.

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  • Nick Brooke changed the title to Updated 2 October: Jonstown Compendium Index - 2021

Updated again with Black Spear, a Hero Wars saga for RuneQuest by Nick Brooke and Mike O'Connor. 181 pages for $19.95 in digital format (PDF).

“Know then, oh Prince, that in the Sea Season after the Battle of the Queens
was Colymar’s Black Spear sent forth to rouse Argrath from his slumbers.”

An epic saga of the Hero Wars, festooned with heroquests and deep Gloranthan weirdness. Probably the strangest thing I’ve ever written. Designed as a follow-up to The Duel at Dangerford, but it also works as a stand-alone mini-campaign. Canonically set in Sea Season 1627, with suggestions at the back of the book for changing things around. Illustrated lavishly by Mike O’Connor: 50+ pictures, one or two songs, some poetry, not many stat-blocks.

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  • Nick Brooke changed the title to Updated 10 October: Jonstown Compendium Index - 2021

Updated again, with two more scenarios (it's like waiting for busses, honestly it is! you wait all summer for a Jonstown Compendium scenario, and then three of them come along at once):

  • Korolstead: Secrets of the Smoking Ruin by John Lawson is a mega-dungeon complex massively expanding on locations presented in Chris Klug's The Smoking Ruin. $25.00 for 245 pages plus 44 VTT-quality maps.
  • Bad Day at Duck Rock by Peter Hart (gorgeously illustrated by Dario Corallo) is a mystery presenting players with several challenges, including lone NPCs and groups with their own agendas. $10.00 for 79 pages.

I've also added a selection of reviewers' comments re: Black Spear, and a link to Andrew Logan Montgomery's review:

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"This is some top-shelf, high-grade Gloranthan psychedelia. I simply cannot recommend it highly enough."

With eleven  ratings and seven rave reviews so far, my epic saga of the Hero Wars was the #1 bestselling title on DriveThruRPG at launch. Check it out?

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