Wizard’s Path – the collector’s edition!

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I know, we are far from finished with the Wizard’s Path, but I just wanted to let everyone know, that if you’ve bought all the pdfs, you will get the collector’s edition of Wizard’s Path pdf for free!

The collector’s edition will feature even more artwork (and a full-colour cover) and all the crunch from the series, plus… more crunch!

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Chapter II now available!

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The second chapter of Wizard’s Path is now available in pdf! This pdf also contains a really cool full-page illustration by Gary Dupuis, displaying a scene from the Barrowdelve.

Wizard’s Path is written by Sean Holland

http://www.rpgnow.com/product_info.php?products_id=65306&filters=0_0_0_0_0&manufacturers_id=2779

And look out for the next chapter coming out at the start of November!

Wizard’s Path review!

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Here’s the first review of the first chapter of HHG’s online serial fiction called Wizard’s Path.

http://www.rpgnow.com/product_reviews_info.php?&reviews_id=21606&products_id=64457

Not bad! Upcoming chapters, and updated character records, will include more detailed character descriptions!

Wizard’s Path I…available!

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Headless Hydra Games just released the first chapter of their new online serial called Wizard’s Path!

You can always go to http://cityofmages.wordpress.com and read the serial, but if you buy the pdf you also get a full-page illustration by Gary Dupuis plus stats on the four main characters, a new spell and a new monster – the Puppet Imp!

http://www.rpgnow.com/product_info.php?products_id=64457

Wizard’s Path is written by Sean Holland!

Mor Aldenn Serial…launched!

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Hello all,

In celebration of the new Pathfinder Setting from Headless Hydra Games, we have decided to publish a serial, which will (initially) be made freely available on the City of Mages Design Blog.

http://cityofmages.wordpress.com

The serial is called Wizard’s Path and details the life and explorations of a young abjuror called Cellian Varr.

The serial is written by Sean Holland and will, in time, be lavishly illustrated by all the official Mor Aldenn illustrators.

Drop by once every month and read a new chapter of this wonderful story!

The Mor Aldenn Chronicles!

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Headless Hydra Games is proud to present their new serial, called “Wizard’s Path”, written by longtime gamer, games designer and author extraordinaire, Sean Holland!

Here’s a short appetizer!

The tale of Cellian Varr begins with the young abjuror shopping for
materials to build a set of warding stones for one of the tests of the
Tower of Abjuration.  Always more work to do for an up and coming young
apprentice and thats exactly what Cellian Varr is!

While walking around town, Cellian catches a glimpse of a grey cloaked stranger watching her from afar. Who is the stranger watching her? Perhaps someone who knows the abjuror better than anyone else…

Later, Cellian meets up with a few of her best friends: Konni, a kobold fisherman and frog hunter. Rufys, a human apprentice from the Changing Tower, and Zael, a young dwarven mage-smith sent to study in Mor Aldenn.  The friends, see ‘something’ cause an accident and chase it through the streets.

They lose the creature out by the Fallen Tower.  When the heroes start to
head back to town, they find themselves surrounded by more of the strange
creatures.  Which are actually small imp
-like creatures made of
stone, burned wood and bone.

Our heroes are not strong enough to defeat the horde of stone imps, but they can certainly outrun them! What are these creatures and whats their ties to the Fallen Tower?

All this and more will be revealed in the first part of the new Mor Aldenn Chronicle, “Wizard’s Path”. The first part will bear the subtitle; “Sticks and Stones”

You’ll also find supplemental material on the Design Blog, giving insight into some of the secrets revealed in the Chronicle! Like, new monsters, spells, feats, items and lots of NPCs!

The Author Search…

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… has ended!

Within the next few minutes, I’m going to read the proposals one more time, just to be sure that my judgement is sound. After that, I’m going to send out e-mails to all the authors who submitted proposals for the Mor Aldenn Serial.

I’ll be honest and tell you that I’ve already contacted the one who will  write the ongoing serial for the blogs, but there were a lot of talented authors and I may have a few more projects that I’d like to see happen.

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