June 24, 2013 at 1:30 pm #2022
I’m starting a list of adventure codes and titles for Land of Fire. I’ll update this as new titles become known and the manuscripts are finished.
Just to clarify the adventure code for those new to Hellfrost. The first letter is the character Rank the adventure is aimed at. So N = Novice, S = Seasoned, and so on up to L = Legendary. The “F” is a constant, and stands for Land of Fire. Adventures for the original Hellfrost northern setting don’t have a second letter code. The numbertells you how many adventures have been written for a particular Rank. So NF2 tells you “this product is the second Novice Rank adventure released for Land of Fire.”
NF1: The Curse of the Sand Lord (available now in print and PDF formats)
NF2: The Golden Queen
NF3: Darkness at Darshab
SF1: The Last Voyage of Sinbad
SF2: Reign of FireJune 24, 2013 at 9:21 pm #2027
I’ll be buying these for sure!July 8, 2013 at 1:00 pm #2099
Adventure SF1 has been finished and named.July 8, 2013 at 3:06 pm #2100
Kewl! No oriental setting without a certain notorious seafarer. 😉
Can’t wait to read it.
Now there is only an adventure about Ibn Battuta missing…
High Priest of Hoenir & Champion of QedeshetJuly 8, 2013 at 9:39 pm #2102
He even has his own brotherhood you can join (detailed in Realm Guide #5). Of course, you can’t actually meet him as he’s been dead for centuries. 🙂July 8, 2013 at 10:08 pm #2103
Might also be worth my mentioning that these are bigger than the original ones. NF1 has 25 pages of scenario, and the other three weigh in at 31 pages. No Figure Flats for these, so that’s all scenario content (including maps).
For those who favor word count, they’re all 24-26,000 words long. Adventure L1 is in the same sort of range (24.5k), but the average for all 20 was 17.5k words.
In short, more adventuring goodness than before!July 8, 2013 at 11:31 pm #2104
Not every adventure needs figure flats. I assume that some of the other adventures might have some, that are not too specific.
High Priest of Hoenir & Champion of QedeshetJuly 8, 2013 at 11:39 pm #2105
Nope. No Figure Flats planned for any LOF adventures. We’re looking at ways of printing these in Compendiums from the get-go, rather than doing individual PDFs first and print versions sometime later. It’s more time efficient for us, and better value for you.
We might do a LOF Figure Flat bundle one day as a standalone product, but it’s not something on the cards.July 9, 2013 at 4:10 am #2106
We might do a LOF Figure Flat bundle one day as a standalone product, but it’s not something on the cards.
That would be great. Your figure flats were always top notch. The available “arabic-themed” sets from other companies ain’t always the quality i would like to use … and they often lack a certain varity and inspiration of the figures themselves. Jordan always beats a rendering app to me… 😉
High Priest of Hoenir & Champion of QedeshetJuly 20, 2013 at 2:30 am #2300
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