Well apart from the fact that danhem needs to vary the fiction content, I write so slow that, that was never likely. However, Pudge turns up (albeit in Halfling rather than Hobb form) as a foul mouthed sidekick to a stupid wizard in a novel length story based on 'that other game'. It's called . . .
. . . Dumber Dungeons: B1 - In Search of the Not Known - Part 1: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Dungeon.
I somehow missed this post back when it was posted! I just shared "Tall Tales from the Trollstone Caverns" with my daughter in law(she loved it)and was having trouble sleeping so I was thinking of Pudge and came back to scout out any more stories when I came across this post!
Dumber Dungeons: B1 - In Search of the Not Known - Part 1: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Dungeon,sounds great! Where can I read it? Did a search for it to see if its in print or pdf and can't find it anywhere! Where is it located?
I love your writing so if you can point me towards other stories I could buy I would appreciate it.
Just found Born of Evil,it looks great! Can't wait to read it!
RAEDWALD looks fantastic! Holy cow! Can't believe you created your own rpg! Though it looks like one where Pudge couldn't exist! Oh how we turn so quickly on our little Pudge!
Man,looks like you have been BUSY!
Still no sign of that story though!
Hey, Cheers Odder. Poor old Pudge would indeed get all deathed-up in Redwald. Born of Evil is my take on a classic S&S monster yarn, but it is very dark and the stellar opposite of Tall Tales. I reckon, if you like the more comedic/light stuff, then you might enjoyCap'n Jethro and especially Art & Soul. As for the succinctly titled: Dumber Dungeons: B1 - In Search of the Not Known - Part 1: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Dungeon. Well I've finished a 1st draft which is 65k words, and I've started editing it (boy does it need a lot of rewriting). Not sure when it'll be ready as it's not my top priority this year as I've got a possible two book arrangement with a small publisher for some more serious D&D type fiction. However if you're interested I could use a beta reader for the 2nd or 3rd draft of Dumber Dungeon's 1. PM me if you are. Cheers again.
I just read "Trollstone Caverns" earlier today and immediately went looking through Trollszine for anything else Mr. Reynoldson contributed. Awesome, awesome story, and the kind of drollery I aspire to in my work. Feckin' masterpiece.
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