Monday, July 13, 2009

Tangent: One Year

As of this past Friday, Tales from the Rusty Dragon is now a full year old! I'd like to give a huge thank you to everyone who has followed the project, made suggestions, pointed out issues, spread word of mouth or run the converted adventures for their own groups! Hopefully by this time next year I will be finished with or nearing completion of the entire Rise of the Runelords adventure path.

Though not necessarily related to hitting the one year mark, I have decided to convert D2: Seven Swords of Sin to 4th Edition. This will happen concurrently with the ongoing Rise of the Runelords conversion. I'm not sure when that project will start, or in what format it will appear (though there will definitely be a compiled conversion PDF), but when I do have more to share I'll post it here. Seven Swords of Sin is a solid one-shot dungeon crawl adventure that happens to explore a couple facets of the campaign lore touched upon in Rise of the Runelords.

7 comments:

Bailey said...

Happy anniversary! Keep up the good work.

Glirhuin said...

Happy anniversary!
I just started the campaign with my players and I'm very happy I found your work, which is incredible.

Scott said...

Thanks! I'm glad you're finding it helpful.

kobbold said...

Thanks for the huge work. It spares me a lot of work while running the adventures. I'll be finishing the Skinsaw murders by september, and I look forward to the Hook Moutain's pdf.

I also wondered if, being a french DM, and as I know there is quite a number of frenche DM's willing to play it in DD4, you would accept me to work over the translation of your work.

santinj@ said...

Happy anniversary. I am consistently impressed with not only the quality of your work, but the clarity of your thinking when it comes to conversion issues between the two very different editions. Also, your site (though I know it's a blogger site) is visually appealing and easily accessible. Keep up the good work!

Scott said...

Thank you to both of you!

kobbold, I'd love to see a translation if you're up for it. I would also be happy to provide you with the source .odt file if you want to work with that rather than the PDF or blog.

If you'd like to get in touch with me about this, please send me an e-mail at wetheliving (at) gmail (dot) com.

Jamie Lovett said...

Thanks for all your efforts! You've made my job as a DM incalculably easier and hence improved my campaign and my players' enjoyment of it exponentially.