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Farcaster
08-13-2009, 05:36 AM
Pen & Paper Games is here in Indianapolis covering GenCon this year, which I am excited to say opens in a few short hours. I will be covering the event in my blog (http://www.penandpapergames.com/forums/blog.php?u=1) and I will be posting mini-updates on twitter (http://twitter.com/pnpg) as often as I can to let you know where I am and what's going on. This is an excellent time to get the inside scoop on RPG products, including MMOs, so if any of you have requests on things you'd like me to talk to one of the many visiting publishers, authors or developers, please feel free to post your questions here or send them to me via PM. To find out more about exhibiters at GenCon this year, you can visit this page: http://www.gencon.com/2009/indy/default.aspx. (http://www.gencon.com/2009/indy/default.aspx)

In the meantime, be sure to check out the second part to my Pathfinder RPG review (http://www.penandpapergames.com/forums/showthread.php?t=12236). In this segment, I give you some impressions that my group had about new updates to the races, classes, skills and feats in the newest update to D&D 3.5.

korhal23
08-13-2009, 08:53 AM
Hey Farcaster, if ya get a chance to talk to Crafty Games, I'd appreciate you asking a few things.

-What are the current plans for Spycraft 2.0?
-What's in the works for Fantasy Craft, now that that's available?
-What kind of release schedule are they looking at for those games?
-Any progress on 10,000 Bullets or The Farthest Star, their two "In Development" games?

cplmac
08-13-2009, 08:56 AM
So, does Farcaster have a suitcase full of business cards with P&PG on them to pass out while there?

Otakar
08-13-2009, 09:52 AM
Don't forget to have some fun! I haven't followed a "Con" in years. I imagine that they still let you get in on games and such, right?

pkapera
09-15-2009, 04:49 PM
Just noticed this post or I would have responded sooner...


Hey Farcaster, if ya get a chance to talk to Crafty Games, I'd appreciate you asking a few things.

-What are the current plans for Spycraft 2.0?


Two World on Fire books, the rest of the Spellbound series, and a whole bunch of PDF support - for a start. ;)



-What's in the works for Fantasy Craft, now that that's available?
Books and PDFs are in development and will be announced as we close on their release (see next).



-What kind of release schedule are they looking at for those games?
As always, we don't talk about release schedules until we're close enough that there's no chance they'll change. :)



-Any progress on 10,000 Bullets or The Farthest Star, their two "In Development" games?
Ten Thousand Bullets is the next core book you'll see from us.

Farthest Star is the brainchild of Scott Gearin, who's left Crafty Games to pursue other interests. The game went with him.

Hope that helps! I'm around if you have more questions. :)