We have four items standing judgement. All wrapped in inconspicuous packages awaiting the reveal.
Exhibit A: A postcard map from +Simon Forster. Simon is obviously guilty of producing cool maps. The man cannot help himself, but the severity of his punishment will not be diminished.
Exhibit B: An off-white greeting envelope.
Inside is the 3rd issue of Crawling Under a Broken Moon by +Reid San Filippo. As one witness stated, "Reid is a guilty bastard." Without a doubt he is guilty of producing a fantastic zine.
Exhibit C: A simple looking envelope with surprising heft.
Hmm, still more secrets. Cardboard protected.
Wrapped in paper.
Ah, it is obvious guilt. A steal off of eBay for the Thief's Handbook. In this case, I to am guilty of this one.
Exhibit D: A bound cardboard box.
Some try to conceal their guilt by wrapping it in plastic and soft, squishy sheets.
This is the most damning evidence I've seen in quite some time. +John Stater's Monster Tome for his Blood & Treasure game and +Courtney Campbell's Hack & Slash Compendium.
After looking at all the evidence it is clear this mail call is guilty of being awesome.