Mistborn RPG: Want to Get Involved? Researchers Needed

We've hit a whole lot of milestones with the Mistborn RPG project recently and you'll see plenty of exciting new updates for the project soon, but in the meantime we wanted to reintroduce you to someone. He's been a part of the Crafty Games family for some time and friends will recognize his work. His name is Ben McSweeney and he's the gentleman responsible for that amazing Fantasy Craft cover, as well as every class illustration for the game to date and a whole slew of other incredible pieces.

Check out more of Ben's work at his Deviant Art page.

Well, we're pleased to announce that except for a few key reprints from the collection of Isaac Stewart (he who developed the maps and Allomantic symbols for the Mistborn series), Ben's illustrating the entire Mistborn RPG, including the cover and all the interiors. Yay! :)

Now, what's this about getting involved, you ask? Well, Ben's always been a rather personable bloke, and he periodically reaches out to fans of various properties he works on to get details right and generally raise the level of his scrawl from merely godlike to something approaching O_o (which is shorthand for "SWEETZOMBIEJESUSTHATSBEAUTIFULGETMESOMENAAAUUUOMGBBQ!!!). He's at it again, this time with questions for the Mistborn aficionados in the audience. To get in on the action, head over and take a look at the latest in his thread at Brandon's forum...

Ben's Mistborn Research Thread

(That links directly to his most recent post(s). The thread actually goes back a couple years before that.)

More soon. Until then, Stay Crafty!

Adventure Companion in Stores January 17

The Adventure Companion for Fantasy Craft ships from Studio 2 next week and should be in all U.S. stores by the week after. Given what we've seen in the past, customers abroad should see it no later than January 24.

Retailers interested in stocking the book are encouraged to contact Studio 2 with orders, and customers interested in picking it up should stop in at their FLGS and request a copy (the earlier the better, as it helps the store gauge interest, and hopefully gets them to keep it in stock). If you like, you can download one of our easy order cards and simply fill in your name and contact info, checking the boxes for the books you want.

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