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Old April 20th, 2019, 01:13 PM
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Here's a bit of a news update from Gypsy Knights Games.

1> Almighty Credit: Corporations in Clement Sector is still our most recent book. It is not only a sourcebook for the corporations of Clement Sector but also the second of our strategic level sourcebooks (along with Balancing Act) allowing you to play the head of a corporation. If you haven't picked up a copy of Almighty Credit yet, you can do so here :

2> Interface: Cybernetics in Clement Sector will be released in May. This book, a companion to Artificial: Robots in Clement Sector, is written by Michael Johnson and will cover the different types of cybernetics available in the Clement Sector setting.

3> I am currently in the final stages of writing "The Long Road to Redemption". This is an adventure which will take place in Sequoyah and Dade Subsectors. You'll see more about this later and you can look for it to arrive sometime in June.

4> Some of you have noted over the last year and a half that several of our smaller books have not been available in print. At present, we are working on rectifying this situation. Our current goal is to have all currently available books in print by mid-summer and, quite possibly, earlier than this. This includes the situational 21 Plots books, 21 Villains, and the Trent, Rucker, Atlas, and Hercules ship books.

5> I will be running a game at Epikos Midtown in Chattanooga, TN on June 15 (Free RPG Day). An exact time has yet to be determined but these are usually in the afternoon. If you're in the Chattanooga area (or don't mind traveling), come by and say hello! You can find out more about Epikos Midtown here:

6> Most of you are probably aware of this by now but, if not, you need to be aware that RPGNow is going away. Drive-thru RPG has already begun the process of redirecting customers from RPGNow to DTRPG but you might consider changing your bookmarks and so forth.

Happy Easter to those who celebrate it! Have a safe weekend, especially those of you will be traveling over the weekend!

Thanks for your time!
John Watts

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