Exquisite Corpse Dungeon – print edition

For those of you who were interested in it and want to get a copy for yourself, printed copies of the Exquisite Corpse Dungeon are going to be available.

Test print of ECD scrollThe first release is going to be distributed in an upcoming Mythoard bundle coming this summer.  This also marks the soft launch of Antherwyck House Games as a publisher.

We’ll also be offering copies of the ECD available directly from us, as well as an option for a premium version on heavier weight display stock.  But for now, we aren’t set up yet for online orders.  If you’re interested in news about when that will become available, sign up for our TinyLetter newsletter, and we’ll be certain to announce when we’re ready to start shipping these.

The map of the dungeon has turned out to be 3′ long when printed. It’s far from your average dungeon, especially because the terrain keeps changing as you go from one section to the next.

Also, there has been enough interest that there will be another Exquisite Corpse Dungeon starting some time this summer.  Once again, we’ll have word about that in the newsletter, and the main discussion will also probably center on Google+, where the whole thing was hatched in the first place.

–RT

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One Response to “Exquisite Corpse Dungeon – print edition”

  1. Unscheduled lack of updates this week | Calligraphy and Cartography Says:

    […] mapping project called The Exquisite Corpse Dungeon 2. Here is what was created last time (Here). I was not a part of it last time but this time it is going to be over twice as […]

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