A man may do both. For not we but those who come after will make the legends of our time. The green earth, say you? That is a mighty matter of legend, though you tread it under the light of day! —J.R.R. Tolkien
Post by Haldo Bramwise on Feb 13, 2012 21:33:28 GMT -6
No they were not.
I laser print everything at twice the industry standard on quality paper that is also much thicker and heavier than is typically used by publishers todays. I get very upset when I buy a new module or set of rpg rules only to find out it was printed on "draft" on Bible-thin paper.
I have spent a great deal of money aquiring professional publishing equipment and I only buy the highest quality paper to print on. Delving Deeper is being laser printed at 1200 dpi on 32 lbs HammerMill paper.
I am sorry that the X-P booklets look like they were printed on an inkjet printer. To hear this means I have failed in one of my core values in publishing.
Post by Craig J. Brain on Feb 15, 2012 0:07:13 GMT -6
I just grabbed my booklets out and looked at them in direct sunlight. If you tilt the cover of the Referee's Guide, you can clearly see the sheen of the laser printing. I thought the printing was quite crisp.
Me too. I've got to say that the X-plorers Box Set is one of my favourites...the layout is crisp, clean and lean, the art is great and the format perfect for player and gm. If Delving Deeper follows in the same footsteps I'll be a happy gamer!