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The folks at Frog God readying an expedition to raid our bank accounts, and bring us more plunder from the Lost Lands(oc). This new book will finally complete the North Lands Saga adventure path, and expand on it as well.


Supported systems will be Pathfinder, and Sword and Wizardry.


The PDF's start at $45, and the dead trees version will be $125. That my seem steep, but they are aiming at making this book bigger then it's predecessors (after all Vikings demand bigger).



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Sounds really cool, and I know Frog God make pretty nice books, but the international shipping is brutal. They've had really high shipping rates on all their campaigns though, and it is going to be an enormous book by the sound of it (800-900 pages), so I'm not surprised. I'll have to try to get ahold of this one at retail somehow.

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Hi Baph!


We've got a 5e version on the table as a future possibility, but we're still feeling out the 5e market to see if it'll support us on a big mega-campaign book like this (that's kinda' been the WotC-licensed folks' target audience so far, so we'd be in direct competition with them at that point). So far it's been going pretty well for small anthologies (which WotC hasn't been releasing), but a third print run on this book would be a huge cost to add to our KS pledge goal on top of the already staggering goal we'v established.


A stretch goal wouldn't be a bad idea but it'd have to be a mega stretch goal, and since it isn't 5e converted yet a 5e release would be delayed several months after the PF and S&W versions, which also might not sit well with the 5e supports. So there are a lot of logistical gymnastics involved that made it unfeasible. for us. But our goal is to put everything into all three systems eventually, we've just got to make sure we've got the market built to do it because doing one book this size and having it fail as a product would be catastrophic for a company our size.


Greg Vaughan

Frog God Games

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