Re: binding question


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Posted by Lauren on October 29, 2002 at 22:00:55:

In reply to: Re: binding question posted by Catherine Cartwright Jones on October 29, 2002 at 16:59:29:

I agree- something an artist can work directly from would be best.
My only complaint about Hennaria is that it's hard to use the designs
since the binding wants very badly to hold it closed. I'd go for an
unbound edition.
Hey- here's a thought for marketing these at stores. You could do
like TSR did when they released the second edition Dungeons and
Dragons guide to monsters and other foes. Players needed to have the
pages stay open for easy reference during a battle.
They sold a starter kit with a huge 3-ring binder with all the
standard-issue monsters in it, then you could buy separate stacks of
hole-punched leaves with different themes of creatures, like stuff
from a separate myth system, or from a different fantasy novel series
or whatever.
You could do that, too. Sell the large binder with HJBA, then
have "sets" of Hennaria, Africa, Spellstone, or whatever else comes
up. This will also allow customizing of a display book, which is
invaluable. There are several pages of Alex's otherwise exemplary
work that I sadly put aside because of nudity. Great artwork, great
designs- embarrassed kids, angry moms.
Lauren

 


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