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    Wed Jun 10, 2009 6:36 pm  
    Announcing: Black Blade Publishing

    I thought folks might not have seen this, so here's an abbreviated quote from our press release at the North Texas RPGCon on Friday:

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    Black Blade Publishing to Publish First Edition Adaptations of Dungeon Crawl Classics Adventure Modules

    June 6, 2009 – Goodman Games, developer and publisher of the hugely-popular line of Dungeon Crawl Classics line of adventures for fantasy role-playing campaigns, is pleased to announce an agreement with Black Blade Publishing to publish adaptations of the Dungeon Crawl Classics line of adventures for First Edition fantasy role-playing games. The first release is First Edition Dungeon Crawls: Secret of Smuggler’s Cove, adapted from Dungeon Crawl Classics #7: Secret of Smuggler’s Cove. This 32-page adventure module is fully compatible with the First Edition of the world’s most-popular fantasy role-playing game, any of the other early editions of that game, or any of their modern simulacra.

    First Edition Dungeon Crawls: Secret of Smuggler’s Cove will be initially released at the North Texas RPG Con in Dallas, TX, June 5-7, and will be available for purchase directly from Black Blade Publishing immediately thereafter.


    Here's a quick snapshot of the printer proof:



    Full details @ http://black-blade-publishing.com/PRESS.aspx and the rest of the product previews @ http://black-blade-publishing.com/Products.aspx
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    Fri Sep 04, 2009 9:34 am  

    This is my style of revolution.
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    Fri Sep 04, 2009 10:26 pm  

    Hmmm, nice. I like most of Goodman Games adventures. Even their later 3.5 edition stuff kept the "old school" feel.
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    Tue Sep 08, 2009 11:37 pm  

    Nice! I wish you lads well. Now get yer lazy butts back to working on your next ten modules!

    WHIP-CRACK!!!

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    Wed Sep 09, 2009 7:36 am  

    Dittos on that, Cebrion. It's good to see the Old School Renaissance moving ahead. I wonder where it will lead?
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    Mon Sep 14, 2009 7:17 pm  

    Thank you all :D We should have the next converted module out soon; I should have a more-exact timeframe available after Jon and I meet for our next planning session, some evening this week :D
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