-January 30th, 2013
Before we get into this week’s news, I wanted to thank everyone for their input on last week’s post about the an ETU website. If you haven’t spoken up it’s certainly not too late, feel free to jump on the Pinnacle forums and share your ideas!
Speaking of things seen on Pinnacle’s website, have you read this week’s update? As part of a much bigger initiative, we are contributing a Degrees of Horror convention one-sheet called Sorority Secret, described thusly:
Luke is a guy who has everything going for him—good looks, good grades at ETU, and you as his friends! That makes his abrupt disappearance all the more perplexing. You’ve been following his last known whereabouts and the trail goes cold at a prestigious sorority house on Pinebox’s “Greek Row”. Is there a reasonable explanation, or is the truth something more sinister?
Needless to say, we’re excited to be able to give our fans some time at ETU. Pinnacle wisely never announces release dates until books are practically ready to ship, so this is one way we can guarantee a fun, frightening Degrees of Horror adventure in advance, if only for a convention slot. In addition to the one-sheet, we’ll also provide a collection of pre-generated characters so you can make the most of the time in your convention game slot.
Although we really hope you’ll sign up convention slots to run Sorority Secret, I’d be remiss if I didn’t also mention our most popular convention game of all time- Chickens in the Mist. If you’ve never played this game, you’re in for a huge treat. If you have, then there’s little need for the reminder– it’s unforgettable fun! We’ve also had GMs run Last Rites in a four hour convention slot, although I’ve heard that it can be somewhat rushed. No matter what you run, we are always flattered and humbled when you choose a 12 to Midnight adventure. If you DO run one of our games, please let us know either in the forums or even in an e-mail.
We hope you are as excited as us about Sorority Secret. While I don’t have an official street date for download, it’s safe to say “relatively soon” and certainly well in advance of Origins.No tag for this post.