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Into the Borderlands

Posted: Mon Jul 16, 2018 9:45 am
by kobey_333
Just got my copy of Into the Borderlands and am really pleased.
As a collectors piece it totally fits the bill.


What are the odds of you guys bringing out a 5e only B1 & B2 style book much akin to Phandelver?

I mean really with your 3rd printing of the collectors edition I'm thinking you've tapped us old(er) guys out.

But a reworked version of the same content you already a soft or even hard cover "starter" module like Phandelver, now that I'd buy again.

Anyway just wanted to throw that out there.

Re: Into the Borderlands

Posted: Mon Jul 16, 2018 5:04 pm
by finarvyn
I have to say that you have hit upon one of the "improvements" that I wish Goodman Games would pursue a little more. I get the super-deluxe collector's editions, but would like to see similar material in a cheaper, easier-to-use-at-the-table format. For example, the Judges Guild Journals recreated from the original newsprint format is awesome, but the book isn't convenient to carry around to someone's house to use as a resource and isn't convenient to use at the game table.

Like kobey, I don't even mind re-buying material if it's in a more useful format. 8)

Re: Into the Borderlands

Posted: Tue Jul 17, 2018 6:02 am
by kobey_333
I posted a little blurb over on RPGgeek and again I think there is a lot more of 'us' out there then people realize based on the email feedback I got and previous discussions about "Into the Borderlands".

As much as I like the book...a 50+ page book with only the 5e content in a 'for new DM's' friendly style beginners format would sell loads. ... iew-photos