This is the weekly Dancing Lights Press Newsletter for 17 February 2019. This will be published every Sunday around 1pm EST. It will be simultaneously sent to subscribers and posted on the website.
New This Week
Worldbuilding Power: Dragons – Dragons exist in folklore as far back as ancient Mesopotamia. Massive, serpent-like creatures can be found in the legends and mythologies of Egypt, Greece, and Northern Europe. In Western cultures, the image of the fearsome, fire-breathing dragon first appeared in the Middle Ages, an amalgam of the various traditions from around the world. They became representative of an insurmountable task, a quest to be undertaken by the greatest heroes. To defeat a dragon means to survive their ravenous appetite, and to claim their unimaginable treasure hoard. It’s no small wonder that these creatures have become a staple of fantasy literature and tabletop roleplaying games.
On the Blog
Based on traffic data and other feedback, we’re changing things up a bit. We’re aiming for one new blog post Monday through Thursday, a new product release on Friday, and the newsletter on Sunday. A lot of upcoming posts are about game design, our values as a company, and our vision of what we want to accomplish moving forward.
Coming Up Next
Worldbuilding Power: Necromancy is our next release. We’ll have the full March release schedule in next week’s newsletter.
Thanks and Gratitude
Thanks to everyone who has shared the newsletter and the blog posts. We appreciate the comments. This is going to be a challenging year as we continue to learn and grown, and your support means everything. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
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