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Modern System d20
Posted by Charles Rice on 2009-12-09
Mecha Omega provides a complete Mecha and Kaiju rule set, along with two campaign models, all in a lean 22 page package. This product provides rules for constructing a mech from the ground up, as well as growing Kaiju for them to fight. Mecha Omega is a generic OGL product, meaning it should work with any OGL game where characters have a Defense statistic that rises with character level, which obviously includes Modern20.
Posted by Chris Davis on 2009-04-08
Chuck and I recorded a impromptu podcast discussing Wizards of the Coast pulling of PDFs from online retailers (and their general competence). Surprisingly (or not) Chuck and I don't agree, and get in a heated debate that ultimately destroys our friendship. So sad...

Chuck has some static on his end. Sorry about that...

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Posted by Chris Davis on 2009-01-23
My initial shipment of print book arrived Tuesday and I've updated my inventory system. There are a few stragglers that haven't arrived yet, but currently all of the Modern d20, Fantasy d20 and Darwin's World books are now in stock.

Still outstanding are one Ture20 book (BNF) and two GM Mastery books. The reprint of NPC Essentials will take some time as I've lost the original (doah!) and need to have it scanned.

Here's a complete list of books In Stock:

Posted by Chris Davis on 2009-01-14
In order to make printing of our books more manageable, I consolidated many ebook series into one single volume. The biggest of the them are Blood and Space 2: Galactic Edition and Blood and Guts 2: General Edition.

Both editions collect the core books in the series plus some extras. To avoid confusion, I disable the old versions.

If you purchased most of the respective series, you had the new editions added to your account. If not, you'll have to buy the new edition. However, the sale price of consolidated editions if lower than it would have been to buy the whole series.