As I foreshadowed in late October, hard copies of Altar of Freedom are once again available in printed, book format. I needed to find an easy printing solution that also solved issues with international distribution and am pleased to say that Lulu.com answered those problems nicely. Lulu is a print-on-demand service that ships around the world. There are some other POD services out there and I communicated with several of them and ran proof copies at two. In the end, Lulu fulfilled orders faster and with a nicer product. You can now order a print copy of the rules directly from Lulu's site and have it shipped to you within a week.
The return of the print version of the rules will no doubt lead to some questions for players who may have already purchased a copy before. To find out what's different and what's the same, read on below.
Is this a second edition?
So what's different?
What about the PDFs?
Where can I buy the new book?
If you already own a print copy of Altar of Freedom, there really is no need for you to buy the second print run. But if you only have a PDF and would like the print copy, or if you don't yet own the rules at all, you can order as many copies as you want directly from Lulu. They print your order right away and ship it anywhere in the world.
And when your copy arrives from Lulu, it will look like "unboxing" photo you see here.