News from Independence Games!
Hi everyone! Just wanted to let you know what we're doing and what is coming up for Earth Sector and Clement Sector in the near future.
1> You may have already encountered some of the previews for the Copeline-class Merchant Vessel. Written by Michael Johnson with art from Ian Stead and Jennifer Leonard, this is an Earth Sector ship which is supplanting the usual Ruckers and Atlases which remain popular in Clement Sector. This will be released on May 7 as a PDF with a print version coming shortly thereafter.
2> I am currently in the process of writing "Ensemble Cast". This will be a book concerning the creation, care, and maintenance of NPCs in your Clement Sector or Earth Sector game. I'm currently in the midst of writing this one but we're hoping to get it out for a June release.
3> We've been laying down plans for products for the rest of the year. You should see some Tim's Guides for Clement Sector, Wendy's Guides for Earth Sector, more Subsector Sourcebooks for Earth Sector, and a few more surprises that will come along as well.
4> With Covid-19 causing problems for everyone, our convention schedule remains up in the air. As it currently stands, our next convention will be the Huntsville Comic and Pop Culture Expo in Huntsville, AL. This will take place on July 18-19, 2020 and we'll be running two Clement Sector games there. For more information, follow this link: https://www.hsvexpo.com/
5> Our next convention will be TravellerCon/USA in Lancaster, PA. This will be October 9-11, 2020. As usual, we will be there with tons of books to sell as well as running a couple of Clement Sector games. If you'd like more information, click on this link: http://www.travellercon-usa.com/
6> The following weekend (October 16-18,2020), we'll be at Crashcity Con! This is the first year for this gaming convention in Roanoke, VA and we're really looking forward to it. Run by our friend Don Haymaker at CrashCity Games (https://crashcitygames.com), this is sure to be a fun time.
That's all the news for now. Stay safe out there!