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Just a main site update to remind people that the latest DestinyQuest gamebook, The Wrath of Ragnarok, is currently funding on Kickstarter with 10 days left. Thanks to some amazing fan support we have already unlocked a host of amazing stretch goals, which include:
From the sand-dusted tombs and ruins of the Dune Sea come fragments of fabulous lore – secrets and knowledge that will aid your hero on their voyages across the desert lands of Khitesh. Thanks to Kay Hyam’s diligent efforts, these sacred texts have finally been catalogued and combined together into a single tome – one that would even impress the grand archmage, Avian Dale.
I've noticed this question come up a lot recently and obviously with the upcoming The Wrath of Ragnarok this is something that may frequently be on many people's minds. With four books in the series (each one a huge campaign adventure) and a new one on the horizon it is understandable that those new to the series are wondering... where do I start?
I think it’s fair to start off with an apology. An apology for this year. That might sound odd as I finally released Book IV of the DestinyQuest saga – The Raiders of Dune Sea – in my opinion the crowning glory of my game writing so far. But I am sure, as fans and kickstarter backers are aware, it was a tough process – with me unfortunately falling foul of a disreputable publisher, who – despite my best efforts (and money) to rectify and fulfil promises – still decided it was okay to burn me in the end.
The Raiders of Dune Sea, the fourth instalment in the DestinyQuest saga, is now available from online retailers. As readers across the globe are now getting their copies and starting to play through the content, battling monsters, raiding tombs and hunting out that cool loot, I thought it would be fun to run a little competition.