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Three Days Left on the Sea of Stars Kickstarter!

5 February, 2015

Come and join more than one hundred other gamers and visit the Sea of Stars!  Even our new stretch goals are tumbling as we close in on the final days.

Come and help us unlock a Savage Worlds conversion guide and a new adventure for everyone, the Mansion of the Shadow of Mar, which was the first adventure I ever ran for the Sea of Stars setting back in 2002 and I would be thrilled to turn it into a module for other people to use.

Sea of Stars Campaign Setting

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Last Week of the Sea of Stars Kickstarter

1 February, 2015

My campaign setting Kickstarter ends next Sunday (my birthday) and so far it has been a great success, all of the initial stretch goals have been reached and we added new ones.  So, needless to say, I am very pleased with how it has been going but there is still more we can achieve . . . with your help.

Please visit the Sea of Stars Campaign Setting kickstarter, there is a free adventure to introduce you to the setting and I am happy to answer any questions.  I would like your help in making the Sea of Stars even better, so please support it if you can.

Thank you.

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The Sea of Stars Kickstarter is now bigger!

29 January, 2015

We have hit the $2,600 stretch goal which increased the final Sea if Stars Campaign book size by about 20% to around 150 pages!

There are also new stretch goals, but there is only ten days left to get in on this, so please take and look and toss in some support if you like what you see.

Sea of Stars Campaign Sourcebook Kickstarter

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Kickstarter News, a Friend’s Book and Help the Tigers and Leopards

15 January, 2015

The latest news from my Kickstarter is available, please read and support the Kickstarter if you can.

My friend Brandes Stoddard, who will be writing for the Sea of Stars Kickstarter, has just published a  ebook on Amazon, Dakrah’s Familiar (Tales of Aurikesh Book 1). Take a look if you need a fantasy story to read.

The Regenerative Bioscience Center of the University of Georgia is trying to Save Endangered Species: the Sumatran Tiger and the Clouded Leopard.  It is a worthy goal and an good way to advance several interesting fields of study.  Please help if you can, I have tossed my bit in.

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Sea of Stars Kickstarter – News from Week 1

7 January, 2015

Well much to my surprise and pleasure at the end of the first week, the Sea of Stars Campaign Setting Kickstarter is funded!  Not only that, but we have achieved the first two stretch goals!

The Sea of Stars Companion PDF will feature writing by:

It will also feature magic items, spells and monsters created for various supporters of the Kickstarter and it is a free addition to anyone who has pledged at the Ethereal Scholar ($12 for the PDF) tier or above.

You can also talk about the Sea of Stars in its Google Plus community if that is your thing.  Happy to take question here or there.

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The Sea of Stars Kickstarter is Funded! Please help us reach some stretch goals.

5 January, 2015
Good News, Everyone!

Thanks Professor Farnsworth.

Earlier today the Sea of Star Campaign Sourcebook Kickstarter hit its funding goal!  Thank you everyone who has support it so far.

We have some great stretch goals that are with in easy reach, writing by Ben Baugh (noted game author), Brandes Stoddard, and Trey Causey to contribute to a Sea of Stars Companion PDF which would be a bonus beyond the base campaign setting.  More art.  Conversion guides to FATE or D&D5 or both.  And more.

So, please take a look, download the free adventure and take if for a spin and if it appeals to you, toss in some support.

Let us boldly go.

 

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Only one week out to the Sea of Stars Kickstarter!

24 December, 2014

And I need to record a video, really nervous about that but I will do my best.

See my last update for a general framework of my plans.

Added another artist, my lovely wife has agreed to do a few pieces for the sourcebook as well!

Oh, and everyone have a happy and safe Christmas Eve!

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