Happy springtime, fellow arachnophiles! Today’s a very special day on my calendar, because exactly one year ago today, the second edition of the Warren Brood went live! Today at the Lander household, we commemorate the years of perilous drafts that led to the definitive edition of this strange, spidery trilogy. But, this isn’t just a day of looking backwards!
“Revised” Second Edition Released!
As the header says, the Warren Brood trilogy has had another small update pass since the second edition launched. Nothing major enough to really warrant a changelog. A couple typos that slipped through final proofing have been killed, some wonky CSS has been fixed, and in Tatters of the King I ended up splitting one more chapter into two, to help pacing. Aside from that, there were a few things here and there I made tiny adjustments to, simplifying descriptions and generally just helping the flow a bit. All in all, nothing huge with this, aside from showing my commitment to maintaining the trilogy and ensuring those who dive in fresh get the best possible experience.
And, similar to a versioning scheme I introduced to Into Vermilion not too long ago, this change will be accompanied by stamping the current edition with a calendar version string, beginning with “4.2023 Calisoga“. This way, all future editions will be easily identifiable as part of the same set, regardless of any actual numerical edition changes that might be introduced along the way. And if you’re wondering what the point of introducing a new versioning scheme to a completed trilogy is…
What Could This Be?
Hmm, I don’t know. A bit hard to see, really. Looks a bit vaguely purple, but that’s about all I can discern. What does it mean? No idea! Guess we’ll all just have to wait for answers, together. In the meantime, I hope everyone has a wonderful spring! Until next the moon rises, take care!