Why is the HH Game Master's Guide OOP?

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vivsavage
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Why is the HH Game Master's Guide OOP?

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Didn't that just come out, like, 2 years ago? Why is it not listed in the products page?

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vivsavage wrote:Didn't that just come out, like, 2 years ago? Why is it not listed in the products page?

Digital only right now.

http://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/125 ... +highlands
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Arduin wrote:
vivsavage wrote:Didn't that just come out, like, 2 years ago? Why is it not listed in the products page?

Digital only right now.

http://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/125 ... +highlands
I found this link to the print version here, in their store's pages:
https://www.trolllord.com/tlgstore/#!/C ... p/45154040

I believe the Trolls are busy with the other projects going on (B&B, Aihrde, AA, and the pantheonic books [Celtarum, Nordica]), but do hope they continue to support HH and let Casey do his thing. :)
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Zudrak wrote:...but do hope they continue to support HH and let Casey do his thing. :)
I totally agree. There is a lot more to explore and learn about the Haunted Highlands.

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Casey has also been very busy with other projects for Frog God Games, and real life, so...
Since its 20,000 I suggest "Captain Nemo" as his title. Beyond the obvious connection, he is one who sails on his own terms and ignores those he doesn't agree with...confident in his journey and goals.
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I think I just sold my last two copies (from my TLG convention stock) of the Players Guide to Haunted Highlands. They were the leather? versions. I had heard that one was out of print. Damned shame, as those books have stats for orc, goblin, hobgoblin, meshkuri, and some sort of dark dwarf pc's. At least the pdf should still be available. Didn't know that HH CKG was out of print, then again I still have convention copies of that book. Good stuff to be certain. I hope they will return in at least softcover form.

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