Greetings one and all and welcome to the latest Throne Report, Mystical Throne Entertainment’s irregular online newsletter that will be posted on the weekends. This online newsletter is meant to keep all our fans informed about what we’re working on, what’s been released, important announcements, and a look at what’s coming up.
Aaron T. Huss
Colonial Gothic: New World
The campaign, sourcebook, and bestiary sections of Perilous Journey #1: Portsmouth have been written and sent off for playtest and editing. We have run out of time to add new playtesters, and once the fiction piece gets written and edited, this will be released.
I’ve already started editing submissions for Savage Insider #10: Make it Epic. There are still more to be received and edited.
The latest ultimate guide Ultimate Pirates, Privateers, and Plunder Guide is available in PDF from the MTE Webstore, Paizo, and RPGNow while print-on-demand versions are available from RPGNow. This latest ultimate guide for Savage Worlds takes you on a trip through the Age of Sail.
Mythos Core Setting Guide
The Mythos: Player’s Guide is now available. Offering a lower cost PDF for players who don’t need the full setting guide. Developer Gilbert Gallo has written the adventure for the Quickstart Guide, The Argonauts’ Legend, and first draft editing is complete.
The Shadowed Earth core setting guide is now available in PDF (see the announcement today). Don’t forget to register at Shadowed Earth Online to keep up-to-date with Shadowed Earth and score some free content! Keep an eye out for the first Shadowed Earth novella to be released in the next 2 or 3 weeks.
I’ve posted a couple book reviews that could be of interest to role-players. I’m currently reading the Mistborn series, which I may or may not review. Otherwise things have been a bit quiet except for articles written by publishers (Designer’s Diary and Guest Articles).
Roleplayers Chronicle Reference
Revisions for Rite Publishing have been completed and I’ve been working on various clean-up for publishers that had a couple here and there that needed revising. I’m not sure where I’m going next, but Atlas Games and Raging Swan Press are both on that list.