With the release of the Agents of Change expansion for Corporia (now available on DriveThruRPG), I’ve wrapped up all the stretch goals for the Kickstarter. It was an intense experience, and I’m glad to now have some time to relax without any deadlines hanging over my head. I’m pleased to say that I didn’t fall behind on any of the announced deadlines – only a few personal deadlines that I’d set for myself.
In the midst of that, I also took the time to write a stretch goal adventure (case) and do lots of editing for Fearlight Games’ Baker Street RPG. That’s now on DriveThruRPG as well – though the cases will come in a separate release. If you’re a gamer and a Sherlockian, be sure to check it out. Note that it does use special dice – I’m guessing those will be available direct from Fearlight.
For upcoming projects, I’ve got several things in mind:
- a 1 to 2-page free summary of the GRAIL system, to encourage its adoption; I really think it has some mass reach potential
- Corporia mini-adventures, with a twist on the production and layout
- a text only edition of Corporia for Kindle and ePub readers
- occasional free playtesting downloads for rules that might make their way into future books and editions
- Corporia setting supplements
- Fate and/or Savage Worlds conversions of Corporia
- a completely new system involving dice – but not in the way you think (more on this later, if it comes to anything)
The big question is where I’ll find the time for it, considering I have maybe an hour each day that’s not devoted to my day job, my family, or sleeping.
At least blogs don’t take much time to write, so I’m hoping to get back on track for that. I’ve love to be able to have a reliably weekly blog, if possible. I’ve been thinking about my experiences over the last decade and a half in the gaming industry, and I probably have some decent stories and advice to share, if I can cull my memory for them. So, there’s that.
Okay, time to wrap up for today. I have a ringing in my ears and it’s either the doorbell or the oncoming storm.