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Re: Atlas of Earth-Prime: The USA

Postby JonL » Fri Mar 07, 2014 10:15 am

Zaran wrote:Is this going to be consolidated into a book as well?


Yes, sometime in 2015.
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Re: Atlas of Earth-Prime: The USA

Postby Hellhound » Sat Mar 08, 2014 3:07 am

JonL wrote:Just so everyone knows. Real life has interfered and pushed me back a week on the next Atlas. So instead of coming next week, it'll be the week after.

Fear not, though, I have Atlases 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 in some stage of readiness, so hopefully this will be the only delay.

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And wich will be the 2, Canada or México?
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Re: Atlas of Earth-Prime: The USA

Postby JonL » Sat Mar 08, 2014 10:01 am

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And wich will be the 2, Canada or México?


The plan is Canada (by Scott Bennie) and then Mexico (by Alex Melchor).
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Re: Atlas of Earth-Prime: The USA

Postby Holyhoopy » Sat Mar 08, 2014 12:11 pm

I didn't quite know what to expect from this one, but I was pleasantly surprised. As someone who joined the game in 3e, I didn't get the Raven/Elite reference at first glance, but I really want to go back and read some of the 2e stuff. I've heard great things about Hero High.

So Canada's next, and Mexico after that. Are you able to disclose any others that we have to look forward to?

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Re: Atlas of Earth-Prime: The USA

Postby JonL » Sat Mar 08, 2014 12:20 pm

Holyhoopy wrote:I didn't quite know what to expect from this one, but I was pleasantly surprised. As someone who joined the game in 3e, I didn't get the Raven/Elite reference at first glance, but I really want to go back and read some of the 2e stuff. I've heard great things about Hero High.

So Canada's next, and Mexico after that. Are you able to disclose any others that we have to look forward to?


In case you didn't know, most (if not all) of the 2nd edition stuff is available as PDFs -- including Hero High, which is an excellent book.

Let's see, the next few are: Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean, Central America, South America and after that we move into Europe, which is split into Northern, Western, and Eastern sections.
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Re: Atlas of Earth-Prime: The USA

Postby Kreuzritter » Sat Mar 08, 2014 12:28 pm

since lockdown was added to north America, does this mean we'll be seeing some of the characters or factions from Paragons as well in future installments?
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Re: Atlas of Earth-Prime: The USA

Postby JonL » Sat Mar 08, 2014 12:34 pm

Kreuzritter wrote:since lockdown was added to north America, does this mean we'll be seeing some of the characters or factions from Paragons as well in future installments?


No plans for that yet. The Paragons stuff is all from different worlds -- but there's certainly some cool stuff there.
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Re: Atlas of Earth-Prime: The USA

Postby King Snarf » Sat Mar 15, 2014 3:48 am

JonL wrote:
Kreuzritter wrote:since lockdown was added to north America, does this mean we'll be seeing some of the characters or factions from Paragons as well in future installments?


No plans for that yet. The Paragons stuff is all from different worlds -- but there's certainly some cool stuff there.


Certainly, there could be Earth-Prime versions of the various characters there, just how the Freedom League of EP has counterparts on Ani-Earth, Anti-Earth, Fantasy-Earth (or whatever it's called), etc. Certainly, I think Mannikin would be a great member of a new Next-Gen (The Next Next-Gen? :wink: ).
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Re: Atlas of Earth-Prime: The USA

Postby Psistrike » Wed Mar 19, 2014 5:48 pm

Hopefully we have Atlas of Earth Prime: Canada by tomorrow. :D

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Re: Atlas of Earth-Prime: The USA

Postby JonL » Wed Mar 19, 2014 5:58 pm

Psistrike wrote:Hopefully we have Atlas of Earth Prime: Canada by tomorrow. :D


Hal's at the GAMA Trade Show, so I think it'll be next week. Sorry for the delays on this series! My day job slowed me down significantly, so it's totally my fault!
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Re: Atlas of Earth-Prime: The USA

Postby saint_matthew » Wed Mar 19, 2014 8:32 pm

JonL wrote:Sorry for the delays on this series! My day job slowed me down significantly, so it's totally my fault!


AHA! I knew it was all your fault. :lol:

LOL, just kidding. I'd rather a good product than a rushed product.
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Re: Atlas of Earth-Prime: The USA

Postby Psistrike » Wed Mar 26, 2014 1:59 pm

JonL wrote:
Psistrike wrote:Hopefully we have Atlas of Earth Prime: Canada by tomorrow. :D


Hal's at the GAMA Trade Show, so I think it'll be next week. Sorry for the delays on this series! My day job slowed me down significantly, so it's totally my fault!

*pokes JonL* Someone needs to remind Hal to put up the new Atlas of Earth Prime soon. :D

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Re: Atlas of Earth-Prime: The USA

Postby JonL » Wed Mar 26, 2014 2:02 pm

Psistrike wrote:
JonL wrote:
Psistrike wrote:Hopefully we have Atlas of Earth Prime: Canada by tomorrow. :D


Hal's at the GAMA Trade Show, so I think it'll be next week. Sorry for the delays on this series! My day job slowed me down significantly, so it's totally my fault!

*pokes JonL* Someone needs to remind Hal to put up the new Atlas of Earth Prime soon. :D


Yes, due to my delays, the next one will be out (at the latest) in early April. Sorry for the delays.
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Re: Atlas of Earth-Prime: The USA

Postby Psistrike » Wed Apr 02, 2014 3:41 pm

Hope we get the next one later today or tomorrow. :)

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Re: Atlas of Earth-Prime: The USA

Postby Psistrike » Wed Apr 09, 2014 1:47 pm

Gamers: "All right, where is the Atlas of Earth-Prime: Canada?"
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Gamers: "Ah, that's where he's hiding."
JonL: "Would I turn on the stove and throw in a lit match if my good friend Atlas of Earth-Prime: Canada was in there?"
Atlas of Earth-Prime: Canada: "Oh no you don't! We surrender, put us online already!"
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