Compared to issue 5, issue 6 is a step in the right direction. Domesday has started to see a few more submissions although it is by no means being flooded by them. However, if the pace continues, the next issue (Winter) might get a couple of tweaks regarding the format. Probably the density of the text will increase in order to maintain a less elevated page count. But we'll see.
In this issue, we have a continuation of the 4 part series entitled, "Designing a Quasi-Feudal Society", as well as a few critters and some interesting magical items and relics. The review will be familiar for those who follow and read the blog and is essentially a re-publication of my 'Amazing Adventures' review. Beyond that, a couple of other little things. Not much in the grand scheme of things but it *is* a newsletter after all... 20 pages plus the OGL is certainly growth compared to the 12 pages of material issue 5 had.
I would like to say that the newsletter is 'error-free' but, it's been a bit crazy so a couple things *may* have slipped this time around. Any errors contained within are entirely my fault.
Lastly, it should be noticed that a different foreword was originally intended given that I wrote this months' editorial. Sadly, my good friend John Adams got caught up in his duties as a pastor helping a family in need today and was unable to get his piece to me for this issue. I wish both him and the family he was with all the best and my thoughts are with them.
In the meantime, if you like what you see in issue 6 and want to contribute to future issues of the newsletter, submissions can be sent to :
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I hope you enjoy it!