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9/01/2016 8:07 pm  #1

Charnel Crypt: standalone vs. Knockspell

I have Knockspell #1, which includes Charnel Crypt. Is the version in the magazine pretty much the same as the version that is published standalone?


9/01/2016 8:34 pm  #2

Re: Charnel Crypt: standalone vs. Knockspell

The differences were minor. Early on I had shown Matt and whoever was helping him with layout my pencil sketch map, but I didn't want that used in the published magazine. I had commissioned a much better map from Andreas Claren. I had also commissioned Ian Baggley to Illustrate the adventure. For some reason, the polished map and the illustrations didn't make it into the magazine. I wasn't happy so I decided to publish the adventure. Once I did that, I made some light changes and a few small additions. I'm a little hazy on the specifics though, because it was 2009.

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9/01/2016 8:37 pm  #3

Re: Charnel Crypt: standalone vs. Knockspell

Thank you for the info. I was mainly wondering if it had been expanded; sounds like it's mostly the same with a few tweaks and better maps and illustrations.

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