With the excitement of Origins all wrapped up, and GenCon just around the corner, a lot has been happening in D20. Let’s get to it.
- Pinnacle released Deadlands D20 at Origins, and are so on top of things, they’ve already posted some errata.
- Mystic Eye has been busy posting freebies for Pit of Loch-Durnan and a high level mini-adventure called A Lost Art which was in the premier issue of Gaming Frontiers Magazine.
- Not to be left out, Wizards has posted web enhancements for both Tome & Blood, including a revised spell sheet, and one for Return to the Temple of Elemental Evil, which details 20+ new encounter areas.
- Sovereign Stone, created by Larry Elmore, Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman, and coming soon to a D20 system near you, has posted an 11 page preview of next month’s campaign book release.
- Green Ronin’s upcoming Hell in Freeport is, according to them, “even more of an epic than we expected.” The book has been expanded by 24 pages, including an eight page full-color map insert, all for the slight price increase from $14.95 to $18.95. Hell should be unleashed at the end of this month.
- Living Imagination announced plans to produce the D20 sourcebook Broadsides!, which will detail naval adventuring. An assortment of new skills, prestige classes, feats, and monsters will accompany ship design rules and sample advenutres.