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Future Liber projects - Second poll: Format

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Poll: Future Liber project - Format (32 member(s) have cast votes)

What format would you like to work on? (explanations below)

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I think that's the best idea. As others said, a full warzone book will take a lot of work from dedicated people; best to go slow with a series of flashpoints
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I think that's the best idea. As others said, a full warzone book will take a lot of work from dedicated people; best to go slow with a series of flashpoints

But still keeping the Warzone book in mind as an eventual goal
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If the flashpoint allows for smaller skirmishes, like combat patrols and kill teams yeah sure.
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Maybe we should have a smaller list with what can and can't be in a Flashpoint article, so people know what they should and should not do


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I'm not terribly good at these sort of things, but I definitely agree, a Warzone book or Flashpoint would be best :yes:


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I'm beginning to see a consens towards small scaled stuff, then combined into a "warzone"-ish PDF idea, which I'm digging.

 

Thus, I've started with the next poll, which focuses on factions: https://www.bolteran...poll-factions/ 

 

 

Doesn't mean that this one is closed. If you still got something to say, please go ahead! biggrin.png


Edited by Kelborn, 12 October 2021 - 09:54 AM.

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Okay, so factions aside, some thoughts on the formatting.

 

Current pattern for Warzone books is:

 

- Fluff and background with sector/ sub-sector map(s)

- Every faction in the campaign gets EITHER an Army of Renown OR a sub-faction Supplement.

- An implied but loose system for a campaign set in the Warzone

- 3 Critical Missions (I forget the actual term they use for these)

- Crusade content- both Campaign specific and faction specific

 

So, I think we'd have to figure out which of those things we like or don't like, and whether or not we need to add anything else.

 

I haven't seen Rising Tide yet, but it has a different format from the reviews I've read. The best of those that I've seen so far is the Sprues and Brews review; Goons have previous posted reviews specifically for the Crusade content in each of the Charadon books, but they haven't done it (yet?) for Rising Tide, nor have they committed to doing it. Time will tell.

 

I posted this in the Rising Tide thread in News and Rumours, but some pieces are pertinent to the discussion here- specifically potential connections between 40k and KT, which is something that I'm really interested in exploring if the group is down for it. Here is the post for your convenience:

 

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