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  1. pietervreeburg

    Tales of the North

    @Roolz Thanks for the info. This is really excellent. The hero board template completely suits my needs for this project. I would like to echo Ken's sentiment regarding your contributions to the game, the LOS maps have saved me a lot of time while playing with my sometimes rather competitive gaming-group. Regards, Pieter
  2. pietervreeburg

    Tales of the North

    @Ken Thanks for your reply. I will see what I can manage. My photoshop skills are rather lacking at the moment, but this is probably just the right incentive to start learning 🙂 I will share the results here after a while. Kind regards, Pieter
  3. pietervreeburg

    Tales of the North

    Hi @drmauric, thanks for the prompt reply. I will wait for Ken’s reply. Regards, Pieter
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    Tales of the North

    Dear Dan and Ken, Thanks for the work on this booklet and the Whispers from Stygia booklet. I have yet to try the scenario's (still working my way through the scenario's shipped with the game and in the expansions) but they look interesting and both booklets are produced to a very high standard. It is amazing to see what can be done by talented and dedicated fans. I am currently working on an English language game-aid with reworded versions of the different skills. I have seen the Book of Skelos: Skills game-aid in the downloads, but I have more use for a 1 A4 player-aid which players can easily pass around the table. Plus, creating my own game-aids provides me with an opportunity to get some DTP experience (I am using Scribus) which can come in handy in my personal and professional life later on. When I noticed the excellent production values of your booklets I thought it would be wise to ask you for some advice on the creation of graphic assets for Conan. I know the fonts are somewhere in the downloads section, so I can get those there. How did you create the images and other graphic assets for your booklets. Does Monolith provide these assets somewhere or did you copy them from existing Monolith material? For example: for my game-aid I am looking for the skill illustrations. I can extract those from the game-aids provided on the Monolith website, but that entails some additional work. If these resources are already available somewhere I could save a lot of time. Thanks for your reply. Kind regards, Pieter Vreeburg
  5. pietervreeburg

    Board rules

    (Note to admin: I think this question should be on this board, if the general rules board is more applicable feel free to move this conversations). Greetings fellow barbarians, Reading through the new batman scenario book (which looks excellent by the way) I noticed the pages with board rules at the end of the book. They seem very complete and most likely resolve the kind of difficulties made Conan player's lives difficult when the game was just released. It would be nice if the Conan team could create a similar document for Conan, probably by combining the existing board rules in the v2 rulebooks and the unofficial LOS-help made by Roolz which is available in the downloads. I understand the team is probably busy with a lot of other things and Conan will not be such a priority in 2019 (due to the licensing) but some digital-only content would maybe be doable and would probably help with a future rerelease of Conan if licensing allows. Kind regards from the Netherlands! Pieter
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