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[1998 to 9th January 2000]       [10th January 2000 to 1st June 2000]      [2nd June 2000 to 2nd October 2000]      [3rd October 2000 to March 2001]      [7th March 2001 to 23rd April 2001]      [24th April 2001 to October 2001]       [October 2001 to present]

 

October 2001 to January 2002

25th January 2002

The XPS 3 subscription copies have gone out worldwide, and Cugel's Compendium and XPS 3 are available in the States. Wizard's Attic are shipping copies of each supplement to the UK for distribution to the rest of the world. We should have them over here by mid-February. I think that Leisure Games, who purchased some stock at Dragonmeet might have some copies for those in the UK and rest of the world who are desperate to get them.

23th January

XPS 3 and Cugel's Compendium were printed back in November, and we had 30 of each shipped by airmail to us to sell at Dragonmeet. Unfortunately, we were unable to get the rest out in time for Christmas. The delay was further compounded by a miscommunication betweeen the printers, their shippers and Wizard's Attic which means that they only arrived in the States on 20th January. Still, they are here now.

19th January

The Scaum Valley Gazetteer has gone out for play testing again. It has been substantially rewritten to provide a better balance between the adventures and source material. We've added more taglines, spells and items and toned down certain death for PCs to to likely humiliation.

10th December

The Player's Guide to Kaiin is in the hands of Sarah Wroot, the XPS layout artist. However, she has also been working on XPS Online, a web-based supplement for subscribers to the Excellent Prismatic Spray. This has ballooned and now includes additional websites for the Scholasticarium, Wakdun the Panderer. Whilst this will provide new material of the highest caliber, it has delayed Kaiin.

1st December 2001

Dragonmeet was fun - we sold out of the new releases, literally rather than metaphorically. We dsiplayed a marvelous four tiered hat created by Magot, and Matt Goodman of Heliograph modelled it splendid effect at one of the seminars. John Kovalic was swamped by hundred's of fans, and nearly lost the use of his writing hand and voice. The estimable James Wallis of Hogshead Publishing presided over the auction, and we were treated to a glimpse of his games designer's torso. Luckily, no one bid high enough to see his Doomstones.

 

[1998 to 9th January 2000]       [10th January 2000 to 1st June 2000]      [2nd June 2000 to 2nd October 2000]      [3rd October 2000 to March 2001]      [7th March 2001 to 23rd April 2001]      [24th April 2001 to October 2001]      [October 2001 to present]

 

 

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