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alienmastermind
08-20-2009, 03:18 PM
Hey guys, the fine folks I'm doing art for have a book out there that's a setting for D20 Modern. It's only around 30 pages long, is wicked adaptable, and is cheap as free!

Check it out! (http://www.rpgnow.com/product_info.php?products_id=28546&it=1)

While you're there, check this one out (http://www.rpgnow.com/product_info.php?products_id=56484)too! It's a WW1 setting for D20, called Soldiers and Spellfighters! Five out of five star reviewed!

Nice.

Okay, enough shilling. Over on my thread of gaming art, I'll give a sneaky peek at some of the stuff coming out for Book Of Villains for Mutants and Masterminds.

Alienmastermind

Spockrocket
08-21-2009, 12:08 AM
Wizards and Wiseguys eh? I love the name :D I'll have to check it out in greater detail when it's not so early in the morning

t_catt11
08-25-2009, 07:34 AM
Not a lot for me to add here, except that it looks pretty cool.

mikelaff
08-26-2009, 01:23 PM
Hey guys, the fine folks I'm doing art for have a book out there that's a setting for D20 Modern. It's only around 30 pages long, is wicked adaptable, and is cheap as free!

Check it out! (http://www.rpgnow.com/product_info.php?products_id=28546&it=1)

While you're there, check this one out (http://www.rpgnow.com/product_info.php?products_id=56484)too! It's a WW1 setting for D20, called Soldiers and Spellfighters! Five out of five star reviewed!

Nice.

Okay, enough shilling. Over on my thread of gaming art, I'll give a sneaky peek at some of the stuff coming out for Book Of Villains for Mutants and Masterminds.

Alienmastermind

Hey AMM, thanks for the pimping :)

I'm Mike Lafferty, the guy who wrote Wizards and Wiseguys and Soldiers and Spellfighters (the WW1 game AMM mentioned above).

Currently, we're developing ("we" being RPGObjects) a True20 version of Soldiers and Spellfighters -- AND -- we've got an updated and expanded version of Wizards and Wiseguys that should be out late this year or early next. (Expanded in this case means about 4 times the length of the original.)

We've got a wizards and wiseguys website with art gallery, radio dramas (because we roll old school like that) and links to the various books in the W+Wverse) (http://www.wizardsandwiseguys.com/)

http://www.wizardsandwiseguys.com/

anyway - thanks again, AMM, for the shout-out.