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When the Sky Ark of the Ancients falls from the sky, it's up to a small tribe of mutants and manimals to uncover its mysteries.
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Posted by Stephen Newton (Creator)
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Beautiful mutants.  

All the remaining adventures were dropped off on Saturday and are now traveling across these great plains bringing fresh adventure to your door. I wanted to take this opportunity to thank you all again once last time for backing this Kickstarter project and being part of the team that helped make Children of the Fallen Sun a reality. I mean it – thank you.  

I’m going to let you backers enjoy exclusive access to this adventure for a few weeks, and then sometime in mid to late May I’ll work with my friends at RPGNow, Goodman Games, Game Kastle, and Noble Knight to make the PDF and print copies available for sale to the other manimals and plantients out there.  

Not one to rest on my laurels (laurels are not comfortable and don’t make for great bedding), I’m hard at work on my next couple of adventures. The next one you’ll see from Thick Skull Adventures is The Last Will and Testament of Obediah Felkner – it’s a Dungeon Crawl Classics RPG adventure set in the Old West. It’s already gone through several rounds of playtesting, including two very lively sessions at Gary Con. I'm going to be rounding up the art on that very soon. I hope you all come back to check that out.  

The Last Will (Sketch Cover)
The Last Will (Sketch Cover)

I’ll try to keep the chatter here on to a minimum, but I’m easy to find online:  

Twitter @ThickSkullAdv  

Thick Skull Adventures Community on G Plus 

Thick Skull Adventures on Facebook

Thanks, and I'll see you on the scorched wastes, 

Stephen

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    1. Stephen Newton Creator on

      @chance, thanks so much! I'm so glad you enjoyed it. Larvik Island can be fun with kids - it has a very "Seventh Voyage of Sinbad" feel about it (at least that's the vibe I was going for... except for the pond of rotting zombie gut that is...) Thank you, my friend.

    2. Chance Derek Gregory on

      Thanks, Stephen! I really enjoyed this one and can't wait to get my books so I can run it. (I like having the physical rules on hand to run games with). I'm looking forward to your next project and hoping to run the Haunting of Larvik Island for my kids when they are both in town in May. You rock!

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      David Bresson
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      Old West, sweet!