Monday, 13 May 2013

Learning From Failure (AKA Not the End of Wildpath)

I am the Warden!!

A winner has been declared in the EN World 7-Day Design Contest and it's Daughters of Lear, a storytelling game placing players in the role of actors putting on a play with, I'm guessing, heavy Shakespearean influences. Asylum didn't even rank within the top 8 of nearly 40 entries and received only 5 votes (or 6, if you count my own vote).


Don't get me wrong, I have no regrets about investing the time in creating Asylum or the Wildpath System behind it. First, there's still a chance Morrus will want to publish it if he found it to his liking and saw potential in it. Second, there's loads of potential for Wildpath. I may have sold the rights to Asylum, but a system is not bound by such rules and there's no mention of it being called Wildpath in the submitted text.

If you haven't had a chance to take a look for yourself, it's available through this link now that the contest is over. Let me know what you think, what works, and what doesn't. 

1 comment:

  1. UPDATE: Reading the Fine Print
    It's been brought to my attention (and I can't believe I missed it) that ownership of the submitted material remains with the author. In the event nothing else comes of Asylum, it's still mine to do with as I please until EN Publishing chooses otherwise.

    With all my current efforts on the Killshot Reloaded front, this will have to sit on the back burner for a while, but I have been giving thought to providing it as a free download and let it swirl around for a while before going any further with Asylum or Wildpath in general. Stay tuned, convicts.