But from what I understand, Moon Design Publishing has made it a goal to make Glorantha accessible to newcomers and scholars alike, and I'm experiencing that directly with these new products, Its my hope that "life doesn't become complicated and busy" and that they don't burn out. I love to see a steady series of releases for years to come, even if that is just two or three books per year of the quality and depth of Kingdom of Sartar and Pavis.
I think they're good stewards of the franchise.
On Sat, Jul 21, 2012 at 1:29 PM, valkoharja <rintasaa_at_kTpZAmy5yW5i80vRBoe4P4yRe5nznlJ8QvgLLoGwCQuhtKMfVcT6hdmik72KVGkcbBdzqcU--nK4zBal.yahoo.invalid> wrote:
> The Moon Design stuff is so much tighter and more gamable than... well,
> any time since RQ-2 really.
> I'm especially happy to see they aren't afraid to go for the big themes
> (very different from RQ) and there is less of the running-on-rails feeling
> than the Hero Wars / Hero Quest stuff from Issaries had.
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