Rather than the single adventures, I'd like to see the Gazzeteers back in print!
I agree, it would be great if they did the gazetteers. I've been printing copies at Lulu for use at the gaming table so I wouldn't have to use my original copies but it is a bit of a hassle.
micky wrote:that's pretty cool man. Probably a day late and a dollar short however. Remember in the days before PDF and torrents... you had to pay out your NOSE on ebay for the classic stuff, the market for that stuff fell through the floor. Now days, or at least several years ago the last time I checked, you could get really nice physical copies, original copies at a fraction of the cost one could say.. back when I got back into the game around 1999-2000 and you were looking at needing to pluck down at least hundred bucks, sometimes more, for the GAZ titles.
Hey now, some of us still do that! Haha. Some of them can still get rather pricey compared to some of the other 1E/2E stuff. Karameikos, Glantri, Darokin, Alfheim and the Minrothad Guilds tend to be in that group, although sometimes you'll be able to find a deal. What's really expensive at the moment is the Rules Cyclopedia (which I hear is listed to have a POD option added), Wrath of the Immortals and Champions of Mystara. O:
micky wrote:I do agree though... get the GAZ titles back in print. There are no shortages of adventure modules.. but what is king was the setting. What we be even cooler would be not merely a reprint.. but a new version doing what fandom has spent the last decade or more doing.. smoothing out the rough edges and providing continuity to them, within the setting itself and with the other various settings.
Yes, if only...I doubt WotC will ever do anything new with Mystara again, and the truth is that in the purely hypothetical event of nee Mystara material I'd fear what they would do to the setting without having Bruce on board overseeing development. But a person can dream, right? =\