May Wrap-Up

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May was good, and focused mainly on the Gallants of Cyliajaca. I got a couple out at the end of April–Eleethea and Koroh Sarom. The remaining four were out in May.


As I said earlier, the month of May was almost entirely focused on articles of the Gallants of Cyliajaca and their Reuk. Mostly due to the fact that I wanted to restart Gallants before the end of the month, but also to the ending of my Junior year of college. Finals, you know? Anyway, here’s the Wrap-Up:

Dai-Zamaar: An article of our lumbering behemoth. She’s got fists that can punch through rock and a horn to carve you up.
Adry ‘Jowo: Adry is the resident tech expert of Cyliajaca, and he also plays a bunch of board and card games, some which he designed.
Naka yla Seljovh: The newest Gallant. She’s pretty shy, too.
Ochra ‘Jowoby: The current leader of the Gallants, and used to be a Gallant himself.
Future Plans: Part VIII was about maps, particularly the way I want to do In Extremis maps in the future. The process is longer, but has much more potential down the road than the current map style(s)
Gallants: Monoliths of the Ancient is the first campaign that the Gallants are undertaking–head to SSLF today, it is never too late to join! Click the image or here to head to the campaign.

June has the potential to be a much busier month. Dead Run is finishing up Pre-Production and should begin full-fledged writing shortly (though you won’t see much/any of that), I might put out articles of places or things that come up that are important for the story. I am working on my In Extremis Orchestral Suite at the moment, and I could make significant progress on that this month. The new map process should finish it’s first map in June, so a reworking of that article will be necessary, as well as a post about navigating the new maps in general. Also on the slate for June (it should be busy) is Monoliths of the Ancient, though that will continue to run for (probably) a couple months and then we’ll move to a new campaign.

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