My Dungeon World Study Guide e-books are ready for proofreading and testing with various e-readers. The books look great in the fantastic Mantano Reader for Android and look good on the Kindle as well. However some other e-book readers gave less spectacular results. I use some pretty advanced CSS to ensure they look good and are easy to read and use.
The two books are:
Dungeon World Play Examples – A Study Guide
A Dungeon World study guide to help GMs master how to run Dungeon World. I have collected all the GM rules for running the game, along with all the moves and play examples from the rules and Guide, some of the extra material and edits from Truncheon World, and a newly cleaned up, by Stras himself, ’16 HP Dragon’. This worked as a perfect study guide for myself in preparation for my first few sessions.
Dungeon World Fronts – A Study Guide
A Dungeon World study guide to help GMs master how to create Dungeon World fronts. It uses the same sources as the above book, but concentrates only on the rules governing Fronts and how to create and use them in play. Compiling this book really helped me nail down how to use Fronts in play, and my game’s singing since!
Would some of you kind people be willing to volunteer and test the epub and/or mobi versions of these two Dungeon World Study Guides?
P.S. I have the blessings of Johnstone Metzger, Adam Koebel, Sage LaTorra, Eon Fontes-May, Sean Dunstan, and Stras Acimovic to use their material from the Dungeon World rules, Truncheon World, the Guide, and ’16 HP Dragon’ in these e-books.