The Chronicles of Aeres: The Doom that Came to Astreas

A project in Atlanta, GA by Greg Lambert

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Pulp fantasy comes to 5th Edition with a colossal new sword & sorcery inspired adventure and setting guide!
Backers: 334
Average Pledge Per Backer: $29

Funded: $9,610 of $3,500
Dates: Mar 12th -> Apr 11th (30 days)
Project By: Greg Lambert
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Latest News

Thanks for your help in the final day!

April 11th - via:
Today's the last day of the Kickstarter and I'm glad it's been such a success. For those of you still on the fence, now's the time! Pre-ordering the book through one of our reward tiers will be the cheapest way to acquire it! We appreciate all you've... (Read More)

Less than one week left! Also production update

April 6th - via:
Everything's going smoothly here, thanks for all of your support. We should have plenty of time for editing and review. In the meantime, have a quick new piece of art by Carlos Castilho, a seedy hole in the wall in one of the land's only "civilized"... (Read More)

New Astreas featurette

April 1st - via:
Good afternoon, we made a video about the inspirations behind the Doom that Came to Astreas. Take a look, thanks!  (Read More)

Gods of the Forbidden North, ending soon!

March 27th - via:
Good evening! I wanted to draw some quick attention towards a solid Kickstarter that's ending soon, Gods of the Forbidden North by Pulp Hammock Press! Robert has been part of the old-school renaissance for awhile, and his stuff is always high... (Read More)

Quick piece of artwork by Andre Diaz

March 25th - via:
Meet Slith, your best friend in Astreas. As your trusted henchman, he'll lie, steal, poison, or stab for you... but when his own neck's on the line, your name might be the first thing he blabs.   (Read More)

The first week is down. Long way to go!

March 19th - via:
Thanks again, any of you who jumped on board. I'm continuing to work on the book but we're going to do a behind the scenes video as well this week about where Astreas came from and everything that's influenced us. Should be cool. I'm still jonesing... (Read More)


March 15th - via:
Thanks for helping get us funded in 2 days! We'd love to be able to do the hardcover run, so let all of your D&D friends know about us! We appreciate all of your support!  (Read More)

Thanks for a good start!

March 13th - via:
I appreciate all of you who hopped on board quickly! We are leaning towards using the cover art for our bookmark, but we have a lot of options. It might be two-sided!  (Read More)

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