Lamentations of the Flame Princess snow sale to plug my adventure Forgive Us. Since its release back in March the adventure has been bought by far more people than I would ever have expected and has received some positive reviews.
Diehard GameFAN said Forgive Us "is definitely worth the current sticker price attached to it, and it
serves as a great introduction to the mood and themes LotFP likes to present to its audience."
John Arendt of Dreams in the Lich House thought the adventure would "make a fine addition to your horror themed D&D game."
Bryce Lynch of tenfootpole didn't like it as much, which is a shame as I thought I'd done the sort of things he liked in D&D adventures. Maybe next time.
Doc Schott called it "a One-Page Dungeon (or rather, a series of them) writ large, by a master of the form." The adventure did start out as an idea for my third One Page Dungeon entry so I'm happy with that.
Zak Smith said "Make More Adventures Like 'Forgive Us' By Kelvin Green" and he's a tough critic so I'm more than pleased with that.
Imaginary Enterprises thought that the adventure was "another gem from the LotFP camp", which puts it among good company, although I wouldn't say it's anywhere as good as Vornheim, Qelong, or Death Frost Doom.
Pookie at Reviews From R'lyeh said that the adventure "presents a mysterious malodorous situation in a quietly entertaining fashion, punctuated by some short sharp shocks that work all the better for the scenario’s very ordinary setting."
Ramanan Sivaranjan said "I really like Kelvin Green’s Forgive Us." That's good enough for me.
Claw Carver said that Forgive Us was "bloody brilliant" and I'm happy with that.
Forgive Us was my first published adventure so more than anything I was hoping that people would like it and that it wasn't rubbish. I'm glad that they probably do and that it probably isn't. If you'd like to get physical copy without paying postage all you have to do is buy a t-shirt before 5pm Finnish time tomorrow.
Now I feel a bit embarrassed so that's enough capitalism from me. Expect something frivolous about robots soon.