One thing I kept in combining both K&K and Dragonsbreath was that the Kuriouser would be brothers, and both would be inventors/artificers but in their own way. Surprisingly they became MORE Steampunkish, in the silly superficial way in a fantasy world than in their own. Believe this started the train of thought of breaking it
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You may have seen many of my post on a Steampunk story I’m working on called Kuriouser & Kuriouser before, but it’s historically based and has proven to be a pain in the ass, writing wise. I found out the hard way, if you’re going to write speculative alternate history stuff, you need the facts and
Had the idea a while back to have an exchange harbor, where the player-characters could hang around in, surrounded by various nationalities and species, while both airships and boats form all around come in and out. Old Magic, new Sorceries, Fringe Sciences, and Odd Cultures combining in one place.
At 0ne time, when I was playing D&D more often, I was also illustrating for various D20 magazine and publishers that popped up at the time, its was a RPG boom of sorts. Afterwards I started making my own work and module and soon came up with a world and all that and decided to draw ideas
OK, so I was working late last night and didn’t really have a chance to iterate about what this was about, since all I got was the blunt e-mail telling me on my phone: Paizo Publishing to Cease Publication of DRAGON and DUNGEON Magazines to continue through September 2007 Thu, Apr 19, 2007, 11:00 AMPaizo