This week, Aaron Broder over at AllGeektOut was kind enough to do a series of articles on my homebrew world of Irrin. I’m really pleased and humbled he’d take his time to do so. Aaron’s coverage consisted of three parts:
Review: "The book is very nicely laid out; a bit bland, perhaps, but it has all the information you would need to get started on an Irrin campaign. Introduction to Irrin should act as a guide to all first-time indie publishers as an idea of what to include in a campaign primer. Admittedly, there are a few places that are a bit weak in description, in particular, the races; while the more generic ones need little explanation, some of the more unique ones deserve a little more description. $10 is a little pricey for the physical book, but at only $3.50 for the PDF, this is a steal, and at the very least could act as inspiration for your own setting...7/10". [emphasis mine]
Interview: This is Aaron asking me a little a bit about Irrin and how it all came together. Nicely brief, and hopefully not too painful to read.
4e Conversions: Aaron did a great job converting some of the races of Irrin to 4e. I think most designers or aspiring writers will tell you that to have someone actually use a part of your creation is the ultimate thrill. So thank you, Aaron! For those interested, my Irrin Primer is still available here.