Sorry should have read the full post before jumping the gun, answered in the update!
Rakehell - Second Print Run / Bookmarks / Errata
Hey folks, just popping in to say I've uploaded an errata'd version of Rakehell: The Rift of Mar-Milloir wherein I fix a few issues namely:
- Dragon's not having a full purple prose entry for Gluttony.
- The Mortal Man entry in the back which was erroneous for the longest time.
- Bookmarks for each of the chapters.
- The inclusion of a "Consideration of Use" for those in need of printing it at a local copy shop or for use at schools.
The War in the Rift is undergoing further writing, as is so often the case. I've commissioned an ample amount of tokens for use with it on a digital tabletop; which seems only wise given the nature of the world. I've also begun writing a series of articles/essays and making tools for use with Rakehell which can be found at: https://www.rakehellzine.com/
I'll admit I've fallen behind mostly due to a hubristic pursuit in researching the idea of sandbox game design and the "West Marches" as a concept (which doesn't have a lot of research behind the style as one might otherwise hope.) I think the end result will be pleasing, regardless of the wait. And once this is done, back to work on Gog-Moloch; which fell out of my interest for a bit due to being trapped in a city during all our current calamities.
I'm arranging another print run of Rakehell: The Rift of Mar-Milloir with SoulMuppet, which means it will be purchasable via Exalted Funeral, Melsonia, and other such organizations in the not too distant future.
Get Rakehell - Issue One: The Rift of Mar-Milloir
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Will owning the PDF make the purchase of a print version any cheaper?
Afraid not, the printed version is handled by an intermediary; but there is a printer friendly version of the file available for home printing and a new disclaimer in the back for making sure folks can get the pdf printed at a local copy shop. I've kept the PDF price pretty cheap as a means of making the loss for those who double up the purchase as negligible as possible.
But I am sorry for the inconvenience.