I’m now working on the first iteration of the third chapter for Lords of Infinity. Chapter 3 is perhaps the part of the story with the most variation (aside from the endings), with three separate, completely different, but tightly connected versions. It’s going to be a challenge keeping track of all of them.
Chapter 2B of Lords of Infinity is still in the works. I vastly underestimated the amount of time I’d need to work on the “downtime” options (2B takes place over the course of a full year), but I should have them nailed down now. Theoretically that means the downtime options in the next few chapters should be easier to manage, though don’t hold me to that.
I’m currently busy working on the second half of Chapter 2 of Lords of Infinity right now. Hopefully that will be done by this time next month.
In the meantime, I am still busy working on (one of the iterations of) Chapter 2 of Lords of Infinity.
I’d just like to let everyone know that I am now well into working on Lords of Infinity, so these updates are going to get a lot shorter.
First of all: happy New Year.
Secondly: some news.
This month, I’ve started working on the start of Chapter 1 of Lords of Infinity, as well as a lot of the underlying infrastructure of the stats and reference screens. While the old structure worked well for Sabres of Infinity and Guns of Infinity, Lords of Infinity‘s shift to civilian life means the presentation of certain types of information (like unit stats) will become more or less irrelevant, while previously ignored information (like the status of the
Dragoon Officer’s Baron’s estates) will become considerably more important. As a result, I’ve been working a great deal on finding a way to present all this new information in a fashion consistent with the rest of the setting, and I’ll probably continue refining that system until release.
In other news, it’s the second week of the month, so new updates for A Soldier’s Guide to the Infinite Sea and An Adventurer’s Guide to the Fledgling Realms are now publicly available. As usual, these articles were made possible by my supporters on Patreon, so if you’d like to see more, feel free to become a backer.
I was going to write about the political factions within the Tierran Cortes for this month’s blog post, but as it turns out, my supporters on Patreon voted for an article on the exact same topic.
As a result, you can find that article as the latest installment of A Soldier’s Guide to the Infinite Sea, which is now up alongside this month’s entry in An Adventurer’s Guide to the Fledgling Realms.