Wednesday, July 06, 2011

Engineering Castles

Other than my usual predilection for staring at pictures of castles, my current spate of fascination is bolstered by our recent release of Engineering Castles. You can get the print and pdf copy for 12.99. Yes you read that right :)



Bastions of Timber & Stone

Adventure does not limit itself to dungeons of earth and stone, but calls the seeker to plunder the halls of war and worship; from the spires of looming towers, to castles set in forbidden glades deep in ancient heartwood and to the sunken and abandoned places lost in time. Not all are hidden – some are welcoming bastions for the wayward traveler, and others are the holdings of creatures most foul; still more bear foreboding edifices, casting a mocking shadow – be they castle, ruin or manor, each beckons a promise of loot, a glimpse of chance, and portends fate.

Castles

An aspiring Castle Keeper will often have many floor-plans of places through which unsuspecting player characters dare to venture, generally taking the forms of underground complexes or even wilderness or urban areas, but many likely do not have much stock for the "other" locales such as bastions, keeps, temples, and castles. This tome will remedy that situation and provide the Castle Keeper the tools and templates to design such from nothing or, if desired, to modify an existing structure with new and unknown which may be otherwise familiar traits.

Author: Robert Doyel
Cover Art: Peter Bradley
Interior Art: Peter Bradley & Jason Walton

That's my obligatory TLG mention for the day. Steve told me this is a company blog, not a personal one. I said I am the company so the company is my person, hence this is my personal blog.

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