Is there a third-party license for Beacon or are you keeping it in-house for the time being?
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I still plan to update it once I've got the art in. I just don't have the art yet. (You'll know it's the final version because I make print copies available on DTRPG.)
The final size is going to be ~200 pages, give or take.
I've done a little research and LibreOffice doesn't implement VBA in quite the same way as Excel, which I'm guessing is the problem. In theory I could grab a copy of LibreOffice and work something out, but in practice I have eleventy-billion things to do until mid-January so it's unlikely I'll get to that soon, if ever.
Hello -- if you bought the game here then you'll get the updated pdf with the art as well. I'm just going to update the files when they're ready, and you'll be able to grab the fresh new one.
I'm glad you enjoyed it! And it's fine to bend the rules a bit to make things come out the way you want -- I do that all the time when I play solo RPGs so I'm not going to start acting like it's forbidden or something. =P
And thanks for pointing out the xx's. Technically The One isn't finished yet, so I haven't done my usual final checks, but I don't think the rules text is going to change much now.
It's about as good as it's going to get for a while, I think. At some point in the future I need to polish up the card designs, maybe make them printable, but for the foreseeable future it's going to be this.
Thanks for that! It all looks like solid advice that I should probably have thought of myself. On the subject of organisation, I've seen one online game use a Trello board to keep track of introduced lore, details about the wanderer, and other things.
Anyway, I'm glad your experience with Bleak Spirit was good, and thanks again for leaving such a nice comment.
What this person said.
I write RPGs, and what the current monopoly website offers is the ability to sell print-on-demand copies of books. It's pretty far outside itch's typical remit, but if you could somehow swing that then you'd have everything Drivethru offers with a lower cut of sales and an easier-to-use back-end.
Then we'd just have to drive our customers your way.