Check out the new Fading Suns design diary at the Ulisses site. And mark your calendars for 3/24/20 — the launch of the Fading Suns crowdfunding campaign!
The kind voters over at enworld have listed Fading Suns among their most anticipated tabletop roleplaying games of 2020. See the list here!
From the Ulisses Spiele International facebook page:
Patience will finally be rewarded in early 2020: The Fading Suns core book layout is nearing completion, with new art coming in every week — color art! This will be the first full-color edition for our far-future passion play, giving the Known Worlds (and beyond) the vibrant look it’s long deserved. Already, companion books and products have been written and edited and will begin production soon. The launch of the new edition will be massive.
Following an old tradition, Ulisses would like to wish you all a joyful Lux Splendor. To quote from a homily delivered by Patriarch Palamon on Holy Terra in 5019: “Just as the Prophet’s transfiguration on this day bathed the stellar jumproads with holy radiance, driving out the Dark and opening a thousand worlds to safe habitation, so do your gifts to one another enact that same selfless act. Brethren of the far-flung worlds, the glow of many moons teaches us that to give you must first receive.”
This weekend, I’ll be at the Broadleaf Writers Conference. I’m a volunteer board member of the Broadleaf Writers Association and I help put on this conference every year. It’s about helping writers write, and part of that is making a space for community. Writers sit alone in rooms talking to themselves and their characters, so it’s good now and then to get out and talk to other writers about themselves and their characters. If you’d like to join us, you can register online through Friday and at the door on Saturday and Sunday. http://broadleafwriters.com/4th-annual-broadleaf-writers-conference/
I’ll be on a few panels at Dragon Con this year. Hope to see you there. You can see my panel schedule here.