Up until now, I've used the Featured gallery as a place to store graphics used to decorate the main group page. Today, I decided to change that. The Featured gallery will now serve as a place to store my favorite images from #SistersOfRapture, chosen either because they are an excellent representation of a Sister of Rapture character or simply because I really dig the art. Either way, the Featured gallery is now a collection of the best this group has to offer. It will continue to remain closed for submissions, however, so all pieces you submit should continue to go to the appropriate folder. See the FAQ for details.
In other news, my team and I are continuing to work on our upcoming Sisters of Rapture monster manual, Beauties & Beasts
. Going is slow, since we are all working on our monsters in our "free time," but progress is being made. I myself am slowly working through my list, writing up the fluff and conceptual ideas for many monsters of mythological origin, which I will eventually hand over to a talented writer going by the name Crowe Longinus, who will work up the Pathfinder crunch for me. In the meantime we're all (there's 4 of us on this project) continuing to brainstorm for new monster ideas. To that end, if you have a cool idea for a sexy or otherwise "adult-themed" monster, please feel free to share it with us. If we use it, you get a free PDF copy of the book and full credit as the creator of the monster.
My other active SoR project, Sisters of Rapture: The Modern Path Edition
, which utilizes the Modern Path
d20 system from Game Room Creations, continues to be developed as well. I have completed the main crunch portion of the book, featuring the Modern Path edition of the class, new feats, traits, flaws and other character stuff, and am working my way though the second, fluff portion of the book. This section will feature an extensive history of the Sisters of Rapture on Earth, an exploration of the modern organization's hierarchy, a sample temple and plenty of useful NPCs to work into your SoR campaign, as well as a few other fun goodies. Although I don't anticipate it being quite as large as the main SoR books, I'm anticipating this being a major SoR supplement that greatly expands the role of the Sisters of Rapture for modern Pathfinder campaigns.
Finally, my third SoR project, The Book of Divine Love
, featuring a collection of love goddesses both original and mythological for use with Rapturous characters, continues to wait in a holding position while I work on the other two books. Once work on those books is completed, I'll start on this one. Rest assured, though, it's never far from my mind.
I hope you all will continue to enjoy the Sisters of Rapture both here and at your own game-table! Remember: love all and be loved!