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Mongoose Has Class(es)

June 24th, 2002: Allan Sugarbaker says...
Mongoose Has Class(es)

I go out of town for a couple of days, and Mike starts laughing maniacally. Hoo-boy.

Let’s do a little catch-up, shall we?

From listening in to the Mongoose Publishing mailing list, I’ve confirmed suspicions that the September release, The Handbook of Prestige Classes, Volume 1, will contain Mongoose prestige classes right alongside of “the best classes from other publishers as well.” I was wondering when someone was going to do this.

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As Of Last Friday…
You should have mailed your one-page D&D3e setting submission to WotC by last Friday. You remember the big prize, right? $120,000 and a chance to be the creator of the next official D&D setting. If you didn’t send your submission in time… well, you screwed up. Sorry.

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