Speculating on the content of "Lunars: Fangs at the Gate"

[#][F] The Demented One - 4/26/2018
Originally posted by wastevens View Post
Idiot question; is Fangs at the Gate a confirmed subtitle? And if so, wherefrom?

(I thought I'd been keeping up, but...)
Yep, I can confirm that the full name of the book is Lunars: Fangs at the Gate.

[#][F] Eric Minton - 4/26/2018
Lunars will have a "Martial Arts and Sorcery" chapter, in much the same manner as the core book and Dragon-Blooded.

[#][F] Eric Minton - 4/26/2018
Originally posted by Sunder the Gold View Post

Will they have an Artifacts Chapter?
Yes. 10char

[#][F] Eric Minton - 4/26/2018
Originally posted by TheSarcasticSage View Post
That, more Supernatural Merits, dozens of animals, etc. At least that was my thought process, but Word of Dev says MA is a go, so MA it is, I guess...
The book will have all of those things, too. I did not say otherwise.

[#][F] Eric Minton - 5/2/2018
Originally posted by Mizu View Post
Of course, it doesn't hurt that while I really like the setting implications of exigents I have no confidence in making a decent charm set from scratch so its unlikely I would ever personally make an exigent character. I mean, I could always just use the example exigence charm sets or use somebody elses homebrew but that feels like cheating.
The Charm sets in the Exigents book will be designed with the intent that players will use them for their own characters. Using them isn’t supposed to feel like cheating.

[#][F] The Demented One - 5/2/2018
Originally posted by Abakus View Post
Could someone more familiar with OPP's history for this sort of thing give me some speculation on when we'd see the Lunar Kickstarter? Obviously development on a complicated splat like this could take a very long time, but is there a reasonable range? Right now my guess is like, 6-18 months, which seems like a wide gap.

I'd love to ask the devs this, but I know that making educated guesses on the internet is something that fandoms go nuts over if there's a problem.
What I can say is that we're probably going to do the same thing we did with Dragon-Blooded, and not launch the Kickstarter until we've got the complete text of the book.