Wednesday, July 14, 2010



43 comments:

  1. Congratulations! Took you long enough.

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  2. Wow, that looks goooood! Nice spread right there! I need more gaming material like I need a halberd in the gut, but...this is indeed some tempting eye candy! And I am very partial to redheaded women (I married one!), so the "warrior woman" on the front of the box is a big plus in my book...

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  3. Nice Jim. Best of luck with it.

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  4. Q: Define "getting your money's worth"
    A: LotFP RPG

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  5. Congratulations! It looks great!

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  6. I am excited beyond the capacity for rational thought!

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  7. :Q... (drools over himself)

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  8. Damn! that looks beautiful. The power of beautiful art for RPGs is grossly underrated.

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  9. Meh, Emperor's new clothes, dead in the water, blah blah ;)

    THE TOTAL PACKAGE. Well done James, best of luck with it !

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  10. That is a nice looking box set there. Congrats.

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  11. Obviously a labor of love. Well done, man!

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  12. The power of cover art – it looks super awesome. :)

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  13. Pretty good for an obscure, self-styled publisher from a small European country.

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  14. Can't wait to get my copy!

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  15. That looks great! Congratulations! Now, is there a chance of seeing any of these at Gen Con in a few weeks? :)

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  16. Damn. That is a great looking game, James. No waffling for me, I will have to own a copy. Or two.

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  17. I've been following your blog for a long time and I loved reading about your ideas and aspirations regarding the OSR.

    It's obvious you work hard and take this seriously, and by the way your rpg looks, your efforts have paid off.

    It's cool to look back at your writings and see how it all built up to this point. It will be both fun and interesting (and maybe a little stressful on your end) to see where this leads.

    Congrats and here's to much success for the WFRPG!

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  18. @Bob Great idea Re: GENCON. Jim, I suggest some swift outreach to an ally who will be there, perhaps even to give it a little booth real estate.

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  19. @Jim: I live in Indy, so if you need to ship anything for Gen Con, feel free to send it here. Just drop me a line and let me know. I'll be happy to deliver anything, or put fliers in the press room if you want.

    Next year, we'll work on an OSR booth.

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  20. Let me add my congratulations. The set looks amazing.

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  21. Very impressive. Looks lovely!

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  22. I'm buying one. Just tell me when and how.

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  23. Mr. Raggi,

    This is my second comment on this post, I am ashamed to say. I wanted to express my awe again, and ask you when we will be able to get your game in the US. And how much will this cost me in American dollars!?!?! Thanks for being patient with drooling nerds like me. ;-)

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  24. Jim, I want it faster than a month, and will pay premium (To the States). Special order? Thanks bud if you could accommodate. Waiting anywhere from a week to a month is far too variable for my plans.

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  25. Priority shipping is an option in the store. :)

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  26. Looking forward to getting a copy and running a game. I definatley feel inspired.

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