General gaming dicsussion
Wed Nov 23, 2016 8:41 pm
Here is a preview of the cover art at the blog.http://thewizardsscroll.blogspot.com/2016/11/cover-preview-of-first-issue.html
The goal is to have this out by Christmas, so if you have something you want to submit, send it over.
Wed Nov 23, 2016 8:48 pm
Awesome pic, I'll try to get my adventure finished this weekend. I play-tested it two weeks ago, I just have to finish up the map (I did it in text initially, so I'm hand-drawing it).
Wed Nov 23, 2016 8:52 pm
Very nice, indeed! I'm also working on a adventure: it's been playtested and I have the text done, just trying to figure out what works best for drawing the map...
Thu Nov 24, 2016 1:36 am
I'm cool with hand drawn maps Wouter. If you like, you can send a rough map and I'll draw it Or see if I can get someone to draw it if needed.
Sat Dec 10, 2016 5:31 pm
Just perused through the pre-release of the first issue. It came out great! I can imagine having a whole shoebox full of these mags for reference in the future; so much good stuff!
Sun Dec 11, 2016 3:50 am
Thanks Fox. Im glad you like it! Thank you so much for submitting.
Hopefully I can make a lot more! 3 of us from this board have articles. Hopefully next issue will have more.
Wouter, still send me what you have. I'll put it in issue 2.
Mon Dec 12, 2016 4:49 pm
The first issue of the Wizard's Scroll is now complete!
Check it out http://www.rpgnow.com/product/200491/The-Wizards-Scroll--Issue-1
Mon Dec 12, 2016 5:16 pm
Awesome! Nice work with this, Charlie.
Tue Dec 13, 2016 11:01 pm
Sorry for joining late - I just found this forum; being led here after purchasing the first Wizard's Scroll ezine from RPG Now. I love private press 'zines. I have a nice collection of old fan 'zines from back in the dark ages when they were printed on a hand-cranked mimeograph machine. I still collect old fan 'zines covering OD&D and AD&D 2E when I can find them.
I am a part-time freelance editor in the greater Seattle area. I have previously worked with White Silver, editing and contributing to the game rules, geography, adding a few magic items and monsters. I was one of the first play testers for White Silver. I was working on a city book when White Silver folded.
I have played OD&D and AD&D 2E (my favorite rules set), but have not played in years. I have written several adventures, and a few magazine articles all of which were rejected by either Dragon or Dungeon magazines back in the "if it wasn't thought of at T$R, we aren't interested" days.
If you are looking for submissions for the second Wizard's Scroll 'ezine - I might have a few things that I can dig out. All of my stuff (with the exception of material for White Silver) is easily portable into OSR. Most of my articles are rules neutral or rules light. I also happen to know several starving artists in the area whom I can probably coerce into submitting art work (one of them happens to be my youngest sister-in-law).
Tue Dec 13, 2016 11:58 pm
I hope to do a second issue! I'm crossing my fingers it makes enough money to do that. If it doesn't, I may still be able to do it, but it will in no way reach the same level of quality as issue 1.
So yes, please send submissions for issue 2. I can convert the crunch to S&W, although it would be White Box specific, because that is what I'm familiar with.
Art is always welcome. I would enjoy showcasing new up and coming artists. The first issue has a new artist that has never published anything before; Duane Lacher.
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