DCCs in KoDT!

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DCCs in KoDT!

Post by CharlieRock » Fri Apr 27, 2007 4:30 am

I couldn't believe mine eyes. A DCC in KoDT?! The introduction paragraph looks the same. It's like the best got better ... I'm going to cry. :wink:


If I am just late on this , forgive me please. I will admit to being somewhat sporadic about collecting KoDT. I love that mag. But so does eveyone else and it sells with a quickness. :oops:

Is mini-DCCs going to be a regular feature (please tell so I can subscribe post-haste). :)
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Post by guslandt » Fri Apr 27, 2007 4:49 am

I was thrilled too. :D
I doubt this will be a 'regular' feature, but it is the second time it has happened. The first KODT DCC was in #117. Go see if your FLGS still has it! :D

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Post by CharlieRock » Fri Apr 27, 2007 5:03 am

guslandt wrote:I was thrilled too. :D
I doubt this will be a 'regular' feature, but it is the second time it has happened. The first KODT DCC was in #117. Go see if your FLGS still has it! :D
HA! That mag sells faster then ice tea in hell. 8)
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Post by Eryx » Fri Apr 27, 2007 6:53 am

Link?
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Post by CharlieRock » Fri Apr 27, 2007 8:33 am

Oh, sorry. Issue #126
http://www.kenzerco.com/images/periodic ... odt126.jpg
Here is the official preview
http://www.kenzerco.com/product_info.ph ... cts_id=507

It says coming soon, but it is out. :)
Look under "Special Features" [/url]
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Post by guslandt » Fri Apr 27, 2007 9:51 am

It's also the top news item on the GG home page. :D

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Post by CharlieRock » Fri Apr 27, 2007 11:08 am

guslandt wrote:It's also the top news item on the GG home page. :D
Well, this qualifies as my whoopsey for the day. I bookmarked the forum page. (so I skipped that) :oops:

Look, something shiney!
*runs*
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Post by Warduke » Fri Apr 27, 2007 11:31 am

sweet! can it be purchased on-line yet? last i checked the kenzer store it was still "out of stock." (with every other company doing pre-sales, i'm surprised kenzer doesn't take them.)

is the dcc any good? i read somewhere that the title is about a maze.
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Post by tacojohn4547 » Fri Apr 27, 2007 3:16 pm

Warduke wrote:
is the dcc any good?
Well, I guess I thought it was good enough to submit. :wink:

Ultimately, though, you all will have to judge for yourselves. I do hope you all like it.

Of course, since it is appearing in KoDT, a comic book, there was a strict 2,000 word count limit. Harley didn't budge very much on this word count. So, it is what I could call the "lean and mean" version of the Blackstone's Maze.


warduke wrote:
i read somewhere that the title is about a maze.
It is something of a maze, that's true. But it's conceptual design is pretty far removed from the traditional mazes that I've seen used in modules.

Thanks for the interest, btw.

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