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Matt Forbeck's acclaimed Shotguns & Sorcery™ book series is going to be adapted into an RPG powered by Monte Cook’s Cypher System™!
Matt Forbeck's acclaimed Shotguns & Sorcery™ book series is going to be adapted into an RPG powered by Monte Cook’s Cypher System™!
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December Update

Posted by Melanie Meadors (Collaborator)
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Quick update: I'm working on a bit of a career change here and technically this isn't a part of my job anymore, but I will try to update now and again so you guys have something--HOPEFULLY it won't be necessary for long. 

I saw in the comments that someone wondered if it was a delay with backlog because of stuff coming in all at once, etc. That is indeed the case. There have been delays with the shipping, the stuff at port with new customs and tariffs needing to be paid, and then with the printer getting them to the warehouse (Outland has something like 6 orders that are there, and other companies have things as well). Right now, from what I understand, the books are between the printer's warehouse and Outland--I'm not positive about the exact status. Communications with the printer have been a little slow. As soon as I hear of a change I will let you know. So, yes, basically, more frustrations. More waiting. Trust me, I really, really wish I could report more to you. 

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    1. Patrick Forbeck on

      I totally agree! Thanks for the update...I would still try to blame Matt...but i think that ship has sailed enough...luv ya cuz! ;)

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      Randy White on

      Thanks for the update! I appreciate your keeping us up to date. Have a Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

    3. Conrad Murkitt on

      Thanks for the update. Luckily no trolls have been around yet!

    4. Stephen Murrell
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      Thanks for the update. I appreciate it.

    5. Rich Householder on

      Thank you for the update - I know it is a thankless job. I appreciate it

    6. Shervyn von Hoerl
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      No worries. It comes when it comes. Wishing you and your family a warm and joyous holiday.

    7. Kevin Innarelli on

      Something is better than nothing. Thanks!

    8. Ben Feehan on

      Thanks for the update! Much appreciated!