Havard wrote:karameikos wrote:Has the Mystara Campaign Set/Setting big book that they released a "preview" for a few years ago ever been completed & released? If not, then does anyone know what the status of it is and/or whether the authors would be at all willing to release whatever preliminary draft they have? The page numbering on the "preview" includes pages from in the 300's, which would seem to indicate that it's a pretty huge book. I'd like to get a copy of it even if it's only in a draft form.
Hello Karameikos! Welcome to the Piazza
Thank you! I'm actually an old MML'er from when it was on io.com under Leroy Van Camp III back in the mid 90's.
Havard wrote:agathokles wrote:Who's "they"? I can't quite place the book you're referring to.
I think he is talking about the compilation from the 3E project by Gawain VII (Roger). AFAIK it has not yet been completed. Gawain is probably interested in people helping out though, Karameikos if you are interested?
Yes, I would. Though I'm also trying to do a rough re-formatting of Estlor Cestrium's Netbook of Mystara from way back.
Speaking of which, Estlor Cestrium's Netbook of Mystara was originally released (back in the mid to late 90's, shortly after the Player's Option/DM's Option series for AD&D 2nd Ed. came out) in both MS Word format and WordPerfect format. The WordPerfect version actually came out better formatted in nearly every word processor that I tried viewing it in. However, since then, I lost the WordPerfect version and I can't find it anywhere on the Internet today. Do you (or anyone else) have a copy of the original WordPerfect version? My current re-formatting project on that one is an attempt to make the MS Word version into something other than a disorganized glut of information without proper formatting. If I could get a copy of the WordPerfect version, I think it could probably stand without further conversion.
Also working on formatting an MS Word/PDF version of "The Mystaran Grimoire," which is a collection of a few hundred spells in a text file that I haven't ever seen put into a nice reformat. Anyone know of a well-formatted version of that book?