Wednesday, November 23, 2011

NeoExodus: A House Divided Campaign Setting is completed!

After nearly a year worth of work, NeoExodus: A House Divided Campaign Setting is complete.

It sounds so simple when you hear it like that.  It doesn't tell you all the late night skype calls between myself and JP Chapleau on what we wanted to see in this book. It doesn't tell you what we didn't think was necessary, at least not yet,  for releasing this product.  It doesn't show the disagreements that we had and even a few issues that we just didn't want to deal with.  But this book is a culmination of great work from a lot of impressive writers (Neal Bailey, Thomas Baumbach, Joshua Cole, Richard Farrese, Lee Hammock and Owen K.C. Stephens) who listened to a crazy idea that I had, help expand it to what you see right now.  I am so glad these people were willing to take a chance with me and create something you don't normally see in fantasy RPG campaign settings.  Doing NeoExodus has been my greatest accomplishment in the field of RPGs and I only hope to expand this "little world" so more people may become involved with it.  Thank you all for supporting us.

Expect to see the NeoExodus: A House Divided Campaign Setting PDF version available for sale by this weekend, and maybe even earlier, at RPGNow.com or Paizo.com. You can still pre-order the NeoExodus: A House Divided Campaign Setting print version book directly at Paizo.com that we expect to see on the retail shelves by February 2012.  Thanks to everyone who helped me make my dreams come true.  Talk to you later...