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    I'm not sure how many people here are familiar with Stefan Gagne. Some of you may know him from his Neverwinter Nights modules back in the day - his were some of the most popular. These days, he writes fiction in a similar style. He recently finished his Anachronauts series, and has started a new one called City of Angles. (Yes, that's "Angles.") From his website: "Horror, comedy, and drama piled into a bizarre city that reflects the American landscape through a funhouse mirror."

    He has a Kickstarter going for the next few days, too, to cover costs for having books printed. He's already blown past his goal, but I figured I'd just set this over here in case anyone wanted to contribute to his future creative endeavors.

    I've been a huge fan of his for a while. In fact, I got to this site, and indeed the rest of the D&D and webcomic world, through NWN, so I remember those particular works of his fondly. Also, he's a pretty cool guy. I met him at PAX East a few days ago, and he was nice enough to sign my autograph book.
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    Man, so nostalgic - I played the crap out of Penultima and Penultima Rerolled, those modules were amazing. Glad to see Twoflower is active even today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tengu_temp View Post
    Man, so nostalgic - I played the crap out of Penultima and Penultima Rerolled, those modules were amazing. Glad to see Twoflower is active even today.
    Agreed! I played the Penultima series probably for more time than I spent playing the official campaign. It was a shame that he never got around to finishing his HeX coda series, though he did do an epilogue in story form. He's working on a Minecraft adventure map for City of Angles, so maybe he'll recapture the old magic.
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