Heya, folks. Costume Fairy Adventures fan and backer Roxanne will be running games at the Denver Comic Con this weekend. Games are planned for all three days - just look for the little CFA sign in the E.D.G.E. area and/or the food court (depending on available space) around noon. If you’d like to coordinate a specific time for you and your friends to participate, feel free to drop us or Roxanne a line, and we’d be happy to assist!
The printed Costume Fairy Adventures Core Costume Decks have
finally arrived. We have a few quality assurance issues to sort out -
many of the plastic deck boxes received minor to moderate cosmetic
damage in transit, and the stickers we purchased to apply Costume Fairy Adventures
logos to the boxes don’t seem to want to adhere - but it’s nothing that
should hold things up on our end. You can see a photo of the decks in
all their glory below.
Meanwhile, the final Core Rulebook
illustrations continue to chug along. We’re down to just 8-12
outstanding pieces (with the exact count depending on a few final layout
decisions), and then we’ll be able to move on to design cleanup and the
final editing pass. We’ll have more art previews next week; for now,
feel free to genuflect on our Great Wall of Costumes.
story in the back of your favorite RPG is good for more than just a
glossary, even if you’re an expert GM. Ironicus, Gnome, Ethel and guest
Marah discuss the value of such prepackaged adventure as a teacher, a
timesaving measure, a chance for communal experience, and a springboard
for your campaigns.