The past couple of weeks has been very good for mail. I never get tired of getting cool packages in my post box. It breaks-up the monotony of utility bills and advertisements and the latest political candidate flyer hoping you'll pick him or her over the other boneheads. But this is how pretty my mail box looked like.
Look at them. Just look at them. That is a good looking group.
First, I finally got the print version for Pits & Perils. I provided the thumb shadow, that was not included in my Lulu purchase. +Olde House Rules created this rule set that the Wednesday night game use. Wanna know something...shhh...I wrote in it! I never do that. But for some reason this book is inviting me to vandalize it with our house rules. I like that.
This is the first of two +Simon Forster sightings in my mail box. Simon has this fantastic patreon where he completed this Book of Lairs. This is a great looking book. And he and +Jim Magnusson, who illustrated this book, make a great team. Review coming up for this one.
The newest entry into the zine scene id the +Grand DM's offering, Tales from the Game Tavern. Absolutely love the cover. There are 28 pages of gaming goodness that I will review very soon. In the mean time grab a copy so you can follow along.
Another zine, but Crawl! is the original DCC zine and it turns 11 issues with this copy. +Dak Ultimak the skipper, +Bob Brinkman as Gilligan, +Daniel Bishop as the Professor and +Sean Ellis as Mary Ann. This issue focuses on seafaring adventures. Which is good, because without a doubt, sea/water type of adventures are my weakest.
And lastly, but not leastly is the second +Simon Forster offering. A map on one side and The Disappointer on the other side. This sad little shmoo won't hurt you, but it may have you questioning your life choices.
That concludes this episode of what's in the Manor's Mail.