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Saturday, March 22, 2014

THIS BLOG HAD A BABY AND IT'S A BOOK

This is the cover folks.

 NOW ON SALE! 

  • Available in hardcover and paperback editions
  • 222 pages
  • 200+ random tables (primarily from the first year or so of this blog)
  • Chock full of black and white dungeon illustrations by Chris Brandt, John Larrey, Stefan Poag and myself
  • TWO, count 'em, TWO indices for your convenience

Please proceed at once to Lulu.com by following the links below:



I will also release a PDF edition once complete.


A Note:
My hope is to use the revenue from these books as a kind of Kickstarter (I elected to avoid inflicting one of those upon you kind people) to finance the production of future Dungeon Dozen volumes and other projects. To complete this book I had to rely upon the generosity of friends, I'd love to be able to pay for layout services on the next one. 





22 comments:

  1. So impossibly excited for this.

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  2. Well that was unexpected and long anticipated!

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  3. Instant purchase. Thanks for the blog.

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    1. Yep, didn't even see the blog post. Saw the ad, and clicked right through.

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    2. Same here. Probably the fastest purchase I've ever made. Didn't even bother with the description until after ordering (It's got artwork, too? Nice). I've been hoping/asking for this for a long time. Thank you so much & keep up the great work!

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  4. Yeah, but THIS Troll ...
    Yeah, but THIS Vampire ...

    Hahahaha!
    I can't wait to read those.

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    1. Something's up with Lulu...investigating...

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    2. Well, that was weird, but it appears to be back. Sorry!

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  6. This is relevant to my interests. :)

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  7. Received and extremely pleased!

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  8. I'm hot for the pdf.
    Any idea when I'll be able to impregnate my computer with it?

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    1. I'll make an announcement when all ducks are in a row.

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  9. Hi, just bought a copy on Lulu. Looks bloody brilliant, surprised I haven't come across this blog before! I'd be interested in the PDF, and I'm something of a Kickstarter junky, too. I'm actually creating something similar for a Star Wars campaign. Will probably adapt a lot of this to my needs. But the Dirty Dozen will always come in handy for WFRP! :-)

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