Jon Brazer would like to welcome our two new co-editors to Jon Brazer Enterprises. From Not Far From GenCon, Indiana, we are pleased to have Kevin Morris join us. Having studied English and Classical Studies, this is Kevin’s first major credit in the RPG industry. He will be spearheading our Book of Heroic Races series, helping us to produce some amazingly playable races! And from North Carolina, we are pleased to introduce Richard Moore. Professionally, Richard specializes in web publications and marketing. He will be editing the Shadowsfall setting, detailing the Plane of Shadows and the vile undeadness that thrives there! We are thrilled to have both of these gentlemen on our team. Please join me in welcoming them to Jon Brazer Enterprises.
We’ve been getting requests for print copies of Shadowsfall: Temple of Orcus since before Free RPG Day. And if you attended PaizoCon, you may have been lucky enough to snag one of the last few of the first printing. If you were not able to grab one then, you can now get one any time you want. Print copies of Shadowsfall: Temple of Orcus are now available at DriveThruRPG.com. Now you can get ahold of the first adventure for the Shadowsfall setting in print at your convenience anywhere in the world.
We at Jon Brazer Enterprises would like to take a moment to congratulate Gary McBride and the crew at Fire Mountain Games on their Ennie Nomination. Their Way of the Wicked adventure path is a series to be proud of and we wish them all the best going into the voting.
Also congrats to our friend Jenn at the Jennisodes podcast. She has worked hard to make a quality interview podcast show. If you are not listening to it, go over there right now and listen today!
Congratulations to them and all the other Ennie Nominees. Remember to vote!
We ran two role playing games: this year’s Free RPG Day Adventure and the first playtest of next year’s Free RPG Day adventure. We will be doing a Kickstarter for this adventure in October and we hope that you will support us.I took part in two seminars and Louis of LPJ Design was right next to me the whole time. I really enjoyed doing them with him and can’t wait until next year to do them again with him. It was also fun sitting next to Gary, Scott, and …. shoot, I can’t remember who from Legendary Games was also on the panel. My apologies.
At the Paizo Preview Banquet, Tim Nightengale received the first Volunteer of the Year Award. If you haven’t met Tim, he is a great guy and he is the man responsible for PaizoCon existing as well as the guy that makes Wayfinder possible. Tim deserves this award and then some. We are really happy for him.
The cosplay at the convention was really fun. Many people dressed up as their favorite Pathfinder character. Here are a few of them. Please share with us a link to any other pictures of anyone else at PaizoCon in cosplay. Since I was still jet lagging, I was asleep during the grand convocation and did not get any pictures of the event, but I heard that there were alot of people dressed up there. Be sure to click on each of these images for a larger version.
We can’t wait for next year’s PaizoCon. We’re already making plans for it. All we need at this point are dates *Hint, Hint, Paizo* so we can get the airline tickets at that much earlier and be confirmed to go that much sooner.
Later this week, Janel and I will be heading to PaizoCon. We look forward to seeing you there. Make sure to drop by our table in the Dealer’s Room and say hi. See if there is an available spot in one of two games I will be running (Shadowsfall: Temple of Orcus and the Yet Unnamed 2013 Kickstarter Free RPG Day Adventure). Check out the seminars hosted by myself, Louis Porter Jr, Scott Gable, Liz Courts, Gary McBride, and others. We look forward to seeing you there.
Since we will be gone this week, any orders placed at JonBrazer.com will ship out next week. Free PDFs will go out as soon as I am able (which might be as late as the next day).