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The World Companion is funded!

Posted by MJW on 26 May 2022

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The DestinyQuest World Companion launched on 17 May and within four hours was successfully funded! What's more, shortly after, it was awarded a Kickstarter 'Project We Love' medal that awards certain hand-picked creative projects. That was a great honour, as this is the first Kickstarter that I have personally planned and run. The Kickstarter is running for 30 days, until 16 June.

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The World Companion Kickstarter

Posted by M J Ward on 28 April 2022

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I'm excited to announce that The World Companion will be hitting Kickstarter on 17 May at 10.00 EST (3.00 in the UK). The Kickstarter will be running for 30 days and offers a range of pledge levels to cater for different fans. 

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The DestinyQuest Companion

Posted by M J Ward on 13 February 2022

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The web of destiny is a complex weave and sometimes its myriad paths can be unfathomable to predict or second guess. Such is the way of the world of Dormus, where the DestinyQuest books are set. Fated heroes may rise and fall, but the weave will always continue to spin regardless, creating new stories and adventures.

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DestinyQuest: The Roleplaying Game

Posted by M J Ward on 5 August 2021

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Okay, I’ve been teasing this for some time now – but at last I am very proud (and ridiculously excited) to officially announce that DestinyQuest: The Roleplaying Game will be coming to Kickstarter early next year!

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Phoenix rises from the ashes

Posted by M J Ward on 18 December 2019

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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.

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