In a nutshell the Guide was intended to accomplish a few goals:
1. put all the variant subsystems, alternative classes, and other gameable material for classic D&D I have been working on for the campaign and blog as a follow-up to the Hill Cantons Compendium.
2. compile all the setting-specific stuff that has at least some portability and utility to other people's games together in one place. So all the lists of unique equipment, special items, spells, horse breeds etc.
3. give an overview of the actual setting: religion, cosmology, sites of interest, etc.
My two intended audiences are: 1. the home group and Google Plus players both longstanding and new (there are always “special guest stars” coming and out) and 2. people who like to tinker and collect this kind of variant stuff (ie people like me).
Soooooo,here's my problem should I take all the things from the previous Compendium, clean them up and put them into a single booklet/pdf? Or release it as a second, separate booklet/pdf? Or some other option I am overlooking?
I know first world problem, but help me stop waffling puh-lease.