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News and Adverts / PLANET ERIS Gazetteer & World Map
« on: November 02, 2019, 04:57:26 PM »
Planet Eris Gazetteer



64-page booklet now available on lulu.com & drivethru.com.

- PRINT -

A5 Booklet from lulu.com:
http://www.lulu.com/shop/jimm-johnson/planet-eris-gazetteer/paperback/product-24285403.html

Digest Size Booklet from drivethrurpg.com:
https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/290566/Planet-Eris-Gazetteer


- PDF -

lulu.com:
http://www.lulu.com/shop/jimm-johnson/planet-eris-gazetteer/ebook/product-24301036.html

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Planet Eris World Map



Large, 24 x 36 inch glossy poster map on 100 weight poster paper now available from The Scribes of Sparn.

- POSTER MAP -

Poster Print (now available for shipping worldwide):
https://cubeofquazar.blogspot.com/p/blog-page_28.html


- JPEG MAP FILE -

Instructions for downloading the electronic map, a 150 dpi JPEG file, are provided in the print and PDF versions of the Planet Eris Gazetteer booklet.

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CARTOGRAPHER WANTED for Planet Eris World Map

PROJECT: The Scribes of Sparn publisher is seeking a cartographer to produce a hand drawn, pen and ink, poster size (24" x 36") map over hex grid to accompany the Planet Eris campaign setting booklet.

(See below for additional project info: DEADLINE, COMPENSATION, CONTACT INFO.)

STYLE: The desired style of the map is gritty 70's fantasy similar to maps produced by Stonegiant (q.v., here), or physiographic 1950's textbook style similar to Erwin Raisz, (q.v., here), or perhaps a combination of both styles.

SCOPE: Below is a draft version of the Planet Eris map produced by Jimm Johnson. It is provided to help the prospective cartographer/artist visualize the scope of the project.


[CLICK TO ENLARGE]

DEADLINE: The project deadline is May 1, 2019.

COMPENSATION: Approximate compensation is $500.00.

CONTACT INFO: If you are interested, reply by email to:

austinjimm (at) unseen (dot) is

Please include a little background information about yourself (or links to such), your desired rate of compensation, and links to examples of any similar or pertinent maps or art you have created.

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News and Adverts / XQ1 The Castle that Fell from the Sky
« on: November 04, 2018, 09:23:49 PM »
"Even in the far gulfs of space, the struggle of Law against Chaos, Good versus Evil is eternal. But wherever evil is not extinguished, it will revive to exact vengeance on those who would keep it at bay..." --Neb Lo, Last of the Holy Order of Knights Galacticus



PRINT (A5):
http://www.lulu.com/shop/steve-robertson-and-jimm-johnson/the-castle-that-fell-from-the-sky/paperback/product-23854689.html

PDF (A5):
http://www.lulu.com/shop/steve-robertson-and-jimm-johnson/the-castle-that-fell-from-the-sky/ebook/product-23854671.html

PDF (DIGEST):
https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/258161/XQ1-The-Castle-that-Fell-from-the-Sky

This adventure is more than just an old-school, fun-house dungeon. (Although it is definitely that!) Steve Robertson has captured the raw essence of golden age pulp science fantasy and funneled it into an outlandish adventure rife with wonderment and strangeness. On first read I knew this scenario was a perfect fit for my ongoing Planet Eris campaign.

The Castle that Fell From the Sky was originally created as a single session tournament-style event for a gaming convention (NTRPG Con 2015, to be precise). The revisions in this edition are geared toward expanded campaign play, where multiple sessions will afford players a chance to experience more, and ultimately (if they are skillful and tenacious) the completion of the scenario.

The maps have been redrawn, the text reformatted (in some cases additional detail is given), and standard fantasy wargame statistics are now provided throughout. Careful effort has been made, however, to cleave as nearly as possible to the spirit, substance, and language of the original.

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