What I have decided is fair is $1.99 for each of mine, which is less than I'd charge for an equivalent work of fiction, given the word counts and amount of time I put into them. One is a full story adventure module in a creepy small town. The other is a source book with new feats, custom rules, and new ways to imagine existing character classes, without having to reinvent the rules for them.
Here's what I mean:
The simple townsfolk of Jersey Shore generally keep to themselves. Neighbors might describe them as quiet cow herders, able fishermen, and pious church-goers. If they had neighbors. In fact, no one who visits Jersey Shore ever has anything to say. Because visitors never leave.
This adventure is for early level player characters (levels 2-4), and will require one or two play sessions to complete. Slip it into your campaign as an unfortunate pit stop in any D&D realm and enjoy an evening chock full of action, monsters, mystery, and humor.
Fantasy/SF writer J. D. Brink ran this adventure with his own D&D players based on just a few scribbled notes. Now after weeks of further development, it’s ready for your team of D&D heroes. Are they up to the challenge?
A cup of coffee these days costs four bucks. An evening full of adventure: half as much.
Presented for your inspiration are 10 complete characters created from new takes on existing classes, all forged via enhanced creation rules that favor player characters. Each hero features stats, background stories, and character-building decisions spelled out to give you new ideas for your PCs and NPCs. Examples include an archetype-defying Cthulhu warlock, steampunk mage, Shinto samurai, and rogue spymaster.
Fantasy author J. D. Brink first discovered Dungeons & Dragons more thirty years ago. Finally, with the advent of the Dungeon Masters’ Guild, he can now share some of his own ideas and game innovations with fellow players of the world’s greatest roleplaying game. The 5eCC works in conjunction with your own imagination to develop exciting new worlds and the heroes needed to save them!
A cup of coffee these days costs four bucks. Endless possibilities for your games: half as much.
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Check 'em out and let me know if you have any questions or suggestions!