piaw wrote:I have a much higher chance of actually being able to use the book if it's OGL or d20. My group isn't interested in True20, blue rose, or anything that requires a new or different ruleset (or additional corebooks). Plus, I'd much rather get everything earlier!
Zaukrie wrote:Wow, so far True 20 market research isn't going so well in this thread.
Chairman Aeon wrote:I want an OGL system. I will not buy Dragon Fist is a setting for anything be it True20 or the PHB. Dragon Fist needs a system that supports the genre. There are numerous martial arts books for D&D or D20 Modern, I have no interest in another. Game + Setting as the original was done.
Pramas wrote:So let me ask you all what you'd prefer to see:
Option 1: We proceed with the current OGL variant. This will be a stand alone ruleset. It may receive some report at a later date, but this will depend on initial sales.
Option 2: As above, but we plan a three book arc a la Blue Rose. This would mean the core rulebook would be delayed as we plan out the line. Our goal would be three books spread over six months (basically one every other month). If the line sells well, it could continue.
Option 3: Dragon Fist becomes the first campaign setting book in support of the True20 core rulebook.
What sounds good to you?
REG wrote:With all due respect, them martial arts books are mainly toolkits, with only one published setting that is a mixture of Wuxia and Post-Apoc.
Chairman Aeon wrote:REG wrote:With all due respect, them martial arts books are mainly toolkits, with only one published setting that is a mixture of Wuxia and Post-Apoc.
Dragon Fist was released as a complete game and setting roughly based on AD&D 2e. It was an OGL-like game before there was an OGL.
Chairman Aeon wrote:Is it really all that strange to want something similar to the original Dragon Fist, but with d20/OGL base mechanics, but still a complete game plus setting.
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