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Update 40 For backers only.

Project Updates for AQUELARRE — the dark & mature medieval RPG *now in English* on BackerKit Page 6

If you’re a backer of this project, please log in to read this post. At this point, I’m sure you’ve all heard the terrible news about Stewart’s passing. I can’t imagine how hard it’s been on everyone I can only speak for myselfbut now comes the point where we have to push forward, past the pain, sorrow, and confusion, and this update is the first step down that road. I’m popping in to make sure you know a few things. Secondly, Steve Wieck Stewart’s brother and I are sorting out the various Nocturnal projects that are outstanding this is oneand we’re figuring out what we need to do to keep things moving.

Expect a detailed plan of action in the near weeks mddievalia early next week, maybe a little later. Our every intention is to fulfill the outstanding Kickstarters, but our plans to do so might require some re-calibration before we proceed. If you have any concerns, don’t hesitate to reach out to me at my email: Be aware, at this point, anything more concrete than “We’re making plans, decisions and figuring medievaila how to move forward” is unlikely, so please be patient with us.

The good progress continues!

The link to the folder is in this prior backer-only update so this update can be seen by anyone who’s interested in our progress. And here’s some great news! As an outside deadline, you’ll absolutely have a digital version of the game prior to GenCon in August. So I won’t need to hide from you at the convention! While that voting and discussion was underway, Cabell completed translating the 25k words of material that remained in the Game Screen, which includes a three-part adventure.


However, he’s set out an aggressive plan to complete all three of these books over the next nine months with the intent to be finished end of February That means, shortly following your receipt of your rewards for this project, we’ll be ready to bring a second Aquelarre project to Kickstarter, something I don’t want to do again without the translated text already in hand.

There are two small-format RPGs funding on Kickstarter now that might interest you! Both of these project creators have outstanding track records on Kickstarter, so please take a look! Available now in your backer-only Dropbox is Chapter Eleven, which describes the setting of Aquelarre: The world in which the adventures of Aquelarre take place is that of the peninsular kingdoms of the 14th and 15th centuries, two centuries in which various conflicts and events of great portent take place; and for their inhabitants, a time in which war is a daily reality, Hunger comes in the form of drought for the fields, disease appears in the form of the Black Plague, and Death is a dinner guest in every house.

This prior update has a link to Dropbox.

AQUELARRE — the dark & mature medieval RPG *now in English*

I’m not flagging this update as backer-only so that other pre-order supporters of Aquelarre can find information here.

The text is almost completed! This — and bear with me, because they are strange words — has led Cabell and I to discuss what’s next for Aquelarre! Google Translate does a pretty fine job of auto-translating the pages with descriptions of these books:. While you’re at the site, you should go to the home page to catch the ad for Mage: The Ascension 20th Anniversary Edition.

Phil Brucato did the development work on this edition and he’s borne the heavy weight of Mage for some time now, but as the game’s original designer at White Wolf, it’s fun to see Nosolorol putting such a huge effort into THEIR translation! Cabell is working on the long, three-part adventure from the GM Screen that did not get unlocked in this project, and that virtually completes the Saeptum Arbitri because the other portions have been added to this project.


I only suggest this as third instead of second ssturies the bestiary is only about half as long. And last, Alan Bahr, who will be instrumental in Nocturnal Media’s future of more timely Kickstarter delivery, has a fourth project of his own currently live.

Please take a look! Hop back to the prior update for mediegalia link to this DB. We’re drawing very close on the text. Translators Cabell and Lester are both working on stretch goal scenarios now that the rules themselves have been completely translated.

Editor Roderick medievaoia been pouring over all the comments from backers on the posted chapters and has implemented changes for a host of the prior chapters as well as editing the recently translated chapters.

Yes, this means you have more to come soon.

Once I come up from air from the current project for Talislanta: Speaking of the new Talislanta game, the project is in its final days, and it has some pretty cool creatures too!

Medievala is a wood demon I’ve not even shown medivealia of that project! It just strikes me as something that would appeal to future Aquelarre players. Of course, I’d love to have your support for the new project as well. In the meantime, enjoy the Aquelarre beasts in the new text chapter.

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So, What Do You Want Next?

The first being that someone from Nocturnal is here and we’re not ignoring this Kickstarter. As editor Roderick has been saying, “There’s light at the end of the tunnel! Nosolorol has published eight supplements for azturies current edition of the game in this order: But perhaps you’d like more adventures sooner? Let me know with comments here, please. The Moods of the Mad King And last, Alan Bahr, who will be instrumental in Nocturnal Media’s future of more timely Kickstarter delivery, has a fourth project of medievaliz own currently live.