I had a fantastic time at PAX Unplugged, but I’m busy as ever! I’m still working on Exploring Eberron, and it will be out early next year. In the meantime, there’s two other things happening right now!
The Adventure Zone: Bureau of Balance
The Adventure Zone: Bureau of Balance is the latest game from my company Twogether Studios! Working with the McElroy family, we’ve developed a game that lets you create your own unique adventures in the world of the Balance Arc. TAZ: BoB is a collaborative storytelling game for 2-5 people, and it takes about an hour to play. There’s no gamemaster; each dungeon is dynamically generated, and you build the story together.
You can find out more about The Adventure Zone: Bureau of Balance here, and if you preorder in the next month you’ll get bonus cards! If you’d like to see it in play, LoadingReadyRun played in last week—check it out here!
Nine years ago, Satine Phoenix invited me to participate in a livestreamed D&D event to raise money for children’s literacy charity Reach Out And Read. Tomorrow (Saturday, December 14th) the tradition continues! I’m guiding a team of awesome players through an Eberron adventure, starting at 10 AM Pacific Time! Other DMs will be running the same adventure for different groups throughout the day. You can find more information—and a link to donate to Reach Out and Read at the CCD20 website. I hope some of you will check it out!
That’s what’s keeping me busy. I’ve got a few short Eberron articles on the back burner, so tune in next week for those!
Is the Limited Edition TAZ:BoB still available for pre-order? You note that a limited number of extra copies will be printed, and you’ve already sold 3,600+ of 1,500 🙂
It’s confusing wording. The limited edition is only being sold through the preorder; we will make as many copies as are ordered in advance. In order for us to make it AT ALL we needed at least 1,500 copies to be ordered. So the 1,500 number was the minimum required for it to happen, not the maximum available.
Sweet — ordering that bad boy now! Thank you for the clarification.