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The Guild Adventurer
« on: June 11, 2008, 02:31:55 AM »


The Guild Adventurer


The Guild Adventurer is our answer to the dearth of top-quality scenarios for Rolemaster, Shadow World, Spacemaster, and HARP. The Guild Adventurer is a new periodical. Each issue is a compilation of original adventures and adventure-related material, written by some of the finest talent in the ICE community, produced by The Guild Companion, and published using the ransom model.

The first issue was published in November 2006 and the second was published in September 2007.

See Guild Companion Publications for sales links.
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Re: The Guild Adventurer
« Reply #1 on: June 11, 2008, 02:32:58 AM »
The Guild Adventurer Issue One


The first issue includes:

"The Temple of the Three", a Shadow World adventure written by Terry Amthor himself, the creator of Kulthea, and dual-statted for RM2 and RMFRP;

"Web of the Kobolds", an adventure by Tim Dugger, ICE System Editor and codesigner of HARP, and multi-statted for RM2, RMFRP, and HARP;

"The Paranoia Game", a Spacemaster:Privateers adventure by Robert Defendi, author and designer of the entire Spacemaster:Privateers product line and of the stunning Echoes of Heaven setting from Final Redoubt Press.

"The Vampire's Barrow", a HARP adventure by Nicholas HM Caldwell, author of Mentalism Companion, Construct Companion, College of Magics, and the upcoming HARP SF;

"People, Places and Paraphernalia: The Flying Toadstool Inn", an adventure location for HARP by Allen Maher, contributor to the HARP character compilation, Friends & Rivals;

"People, Places and Paraphernalia: The Red Hooded Traveler's Inn", an adventure location for HARP by Aaron Smalley, author of City of Archendurn;

with maps by Joel Lovell, original artwork by Rick Hansen, project artist for Friends & Rivals, and a layout by Andrew Ridgway.
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Re: The Guild Adventurer
« Reply #2 on: June 11, 2008, 02:34:03 AM »
The Guild Adventurer Issue Two

The second issue includes:

"Rose Petals and Snow Lions", a Shadow World adventure written by Terry Amthor himself, the creator of Kulthea, and dual-statted for RM2/C and RMSS/FRP;

"Hunting Season", a Spacemaster:Privateers adventure by Robert Defendi, author and designer of the entire Spacemaster:Privateers product line.

"The Echoes of History", a Rolemaster/HARP adventure by Robert J Defendi, author and designer of the stunning Echoes of Heaven setting from Final Redoubt Press.

"The Selkie's Secret", a HARP adventure by Brent Knorr, author of numerous Guild Compaion articles, in particular the definitive analysis of differences between RMSS and RMFRP.

"People, Places and Paraphernalia: Vorlori's Rest", an adventure location for HARP by Allen Maher, contributor to the HARP character compilation, Friends & Rivals;

with original artwork by Rick Hansen, project artist for Friends & Rivals, and a layout by Andrew Ridgway.
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Re: The Guild Adventurer
« Reply #3 on: July 28, 2008, 02:03:37 PM »
These are great!  Thanks for the hard work.
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Re: The Guild Adventurer
« Reply #4 on: July 28, 2008, 05:12:32 PM »
You're Welcome  ;D

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Re: The Guild Adventurer
« Reply #5 on: November 03, 2008, 10:43:01 PM »
For those that are unaware, The Guild Adventurer #3 is now being ransomed. This means we need 100 people to pledge that they will buy a copy. If it does not reach this mark then it will not be produced. If you would like to support this product, then please email Nicholas Caldwell. The price is 8 US dollars.

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Re: The Guild Adventurer
« Reply #6 on: November 04, 2008, 04:00:05 AM »
The Guild Adventurer Issue Three

The Guild Adventurer #3 will feature the following:

The Keeper of the Thorn (for Shadow World and Rolemaster (all editions), by Terry Amthor)

The Quiet Time (for Echoes of Heaven and Rolemaster/HARP, by Robert Defendi)

Identity Theft (for Spacemaster: Privateers, by Robert Defendi)

Dust to Dust (for Rolemaster (all editions) and HARP, by Marc Rosen)

Sweating the Small Stuff: Money (GMing advice and adventure ideas, by Laura Trauth and Terence Wynne)

with art by Rick Hansen and layout by Andrew Ridgway.

The pdf price for TGA#3 will be 8 US dollars, and we are seeking 100 pledges.

Link to the pledge page is:

http://www.guildcompanion.com/forum/index.php?topic=87.0
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