- May 3, 2018
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Appreciate the compliment.But reading Roberts posts, I would give consideration again to running some basic form of D&D (OD&D, BX/OSE, some other OSR set, or even AD&D 1e) but pick a setting that had enough definition that I COULD expand on character backgrounds in the way Robert has. Maybe by the time I'm ready to make that jump, the Majestic Wilderlands will be more concrete in published form and I'll use that (The Wilderlands of High Fantasy is really cool and nostalgic for me, but it just doesn't have enough detail of cultures and polities for my current taste).
Currently, my plan is to release Into the Majestic Fantasy Realms which builds off of Blackmarsh and Points of Light. Which are basically the Majestic Wilderlands with the Judges Guild serial numbers filed off. When I wrote PoL didn't know that I would eventually get a JG License. So the prep work for that was done a decade ago.
Then release the full version of my Majestic Fantasy RPG. It will be basically four volumes, characters, monsters, NPCs, and campaign (including treasure). I have fancier titles for all of them but that the basic gist.
Then it is releasing Deceits of the Russet Lord along with a 2nd edition of Scourge of the Demon Wolf set in the Majestic Fantasy Realms. It is a sandbox adventure like Scourge. A situation that the players can find themselves in which has a variety of ways to resolve it.
Again thanks. Looking forward to seeing what you do with classic D&D stuff when you have the time for it.