Noticed it's been a while since this site has had any news :(
What's currently planned or in the works by Kelestia?
Same question here: Is KP still working on something?
I know its just a hobby project with limited time that creates professional output and yields no money. So I am biding my time and really hope that there will be new snippets, modules or maps :-)
Hi all, there are indeed more product coming down the pike. Karejia, Thonia and Clans and Folk of Chelemby are all waiting on artwork and will hopefully be out soon.
Looking forward to what people think of them. :)
this is fantastic news! Great to hear that. Keep up the excellent work.
The day these come out I will not only buy, print and read them, but also have a small celebration upon the comeback of Kelesta :-)
Still... Thonia was announced "waiting for art" roughly a year ago, so I will cultivate the patience that all old Harniacs must have. Seeing any of the three would make my day. Any way to help fasten the process?
Harn publishers are LEGENDARY for 'delayed' material.
I think I still have a Kingdom of Trierzon announcement that suggested we'd see it in 1985, and I don't think that was the first estimated date....
This last decade they've been churning out material at light speed by comparison. At least that's how I like to look at it:)
Yep - when I first read these in a second hand EH that I bought in 88 I was pretty glad that Trierzon and Azeryan already existed!
If I had only known which century they meant...
Actually we are currently in the golden age of Harnworld- with highest quality publications coming in from three sources (even when Kelestia comp is quite lately). I assume that with the digitalization and the inner cohesion of Harnworld this environment will continue to grow and prosper.
And while I DO wait for the kingdom and empire modules of Trierzon and Azeryan we did get Shorkyne, Emelrene, Chelemby, Berema and a cornocupia of other inspiring stuff.
The enigmatic and dangerous realm of Emélrenè is revealed in glorious detail. This realm is like no other in all of Venârivè, and is fully explored in this module.