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Product Additions Complete

I think I’ve now added all the products that I had been missing, including the Fantasy Grounds packages for Rolemaster Classic. Still need to do some work on the Related Products portion and add some links for purchasing used products on Amazon. I think there are also a couple thumbnails and cover images that I’m […]

Adding missing products

Added in the newest version of “Cloudlords of Tanara”, added in the rest of the “Electronic Rolemaster Assistant” software. Did some tweaking to the “Related Products”, allowing for multiple categories of relationships. Still need to add in some missing “AutoHARP” software, and the “Rolemaster Combat Minion” software. Then I’ll go through the recent entries on […]

Site Update, RMSS vs RMFRP

I’ve now gone through and updated all the links in the RMSS vs RMFRP pages, and added in some formatting that seemed to have gotten lost somewhere along the way. Also added in Terry Amthor’s novel “The Loremaster Legacy” and some of the ERA Software packages to the list of products. Still need to add […]

Database Upgrade Status

The behind the scenes database revamp is almost done, I still need to go back and clean up a few columns that aren’t needed anymore and check some of the linking and constraints between the tables. I also want to look at the select statements I’m using in the php pages, right now I use […]

Printing and Edition Reference for MERP Middle-earth Role Playing

Now I’m doing something I thought I did ages ago, uploading all of the files for Guy Fullerton’s awesome “Printing and Edition Reference for MERP Middle-earth Role Playing” reference. He gave me the source files a year ago, I thought I had uploaded them and fixed the link on my site to look at them, […]

Product List Database Revamp

The first major stage of the revamp of the site is now done. I’ve completely revamped the underlying database for the site, normalizing most of the tables and creating some views to make working with the tables easier. This allowed for major improvements in how I have been handling Authors and the extra images that […]