Greg Sez was an old series of pages of Q&A – “You ask, I answer”. It was an opportunity for Glorantha fans to ask questions directly to Greg Stafford, the creator of Glorantha. He arbitrarily choose one submitted question each month and answered it. Occasionally there were guest authors – “We plan to feature guest authors in this column. Many individuals have established themselves as dedicated scholars and authors of Gloranthan Lore. We hope to bring them to the attention of new comers, and to highlight their talents here.”
Here’s the list of 2014 Conventions that Moon Design will be participating in: May 8-11, 2014: Chimériades 4 : Charogne. This wonderful French convention is held in an old villa in the rugged hills of Provence.
The genealogy of the gods is a matter of importance for poets, philosophers, and sorcerers. These genealogies help illustrate the runic devolutions and combinations from the perfect Celestial Court to the mixed world we live in.
One thing the new edition of King of Sartar (in layout now) and Coming Storm makes clear is the amount of dramatic potential between the Royal House of Sartar, the Feathered Horse Queens, and the Telmori werewolves.
Hey all, while Rick is feverishly doing the layout of the Guide to Glorantha and Ian is putting the art list for The Coming Storm before I hack it apart, I’m working on a few other projects. Three are secret, and will be mentioned soon, but one is public knowledge: the Gods of Glorantha.
This book follows the structure of Belintar’s Book, and unifies Gloranthan mythology through a series of distinct and separate myths, which are periodically interrupted by in-depth descriptions of about 40 Glorantha cults. The idea is to present the mythology of Glorantha through the cults and arrange them, not by pantheon, but by thematic Age.
Here are the latest news with regard to theGuide. First, Rick has posted the following to the backers: Being larger sized pages [賈尼: the Guide will be a coffee-table book, larger than the usual 8.5 by 11 inches; I was told the exact dimensions, but since they were not in understandable SI units, I've already forgotten them], we have a number of new opportunities to present information visually. Even though we have a lot of text, we try to avoid just pages of columns. All of the new art and maps are beauties to behold, but we have a lot of pages to fill.
Pavis and the Faceless Statue. This time, we have an actual character from Glorantha’s history - Lord Pavis, the creator of the city of Pavis. Pavis (the man) was a unique individual who lived during...
Gloranthaphiles! We are approaching the Dawn Age! Thanks to some prodigious amount of work, Rick has finished doing the layout of Genertela, the Oceans and Islands, and Pamaltela. Our President’s Day Sneak Peak for our backers is up on the Kickstarter page (https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/224590870/the-guide-to-glorantha/posts), but here’s some previews of the preview:
As the Covenant of Waha decrees, it is time for an update on the Guide’s status. Genertela is complete and we are now working on the various islands before heading off to Pamaltela and the Appendixes. The end is in sight!
Here’s a few screenshots to wet your appetite. Some details on Teshnos, including a few of the political maps from that chapter:
Greetings to our backers,October brought with it a number of revelations with the layout. As I got to the 100th page I reflected back on what I had assembled. As the saying goes, with the passing of time comes a clearer perspective.