Hero Kids Creator's Guild is a Thing!



As of this morning, Justin Haliday's Hero Kids joins the ever-growing Creator's Guild style of licensing that has been sweeping the RPG circuit since the DMs Guild launched a few years ago.   In an announcement by OBS:

For years, the world of Hero Kids has been hidden from view. But now, a new way has been found, and a new guild has formed to explore the Brecken Vale and beyond.
The Hero Kids Creator's Guild opens the way for game masters to find new stories to tell, for venturers from distant lands to find tomes in their native tongues, and for young explorers to find new heroes to journey with.
What's In the Hero Kids Creator's Guild?
Hero Kids is the premier role-playing game for kids. Since its release, Hero Kids has enthralled kids' attention and unleashed their imaginations in a world full of adventure.
The Hero Kids Creator's Guild is home to adventures, translations, monsters, equipment, heroes, pets, and expansions.
For game designers, translators, and enthusiasts, the Creator's Guild is a place for you to contribute to the Hero Kids universe. Here, you can build on existing Hero Kids materials or create something new. Once when you're release, you can publish and sell your work for the growing community of Hero Kids fans.
How can I publish content for the Hero Kids Creator's Guild?
First, welcome to the guild!
Your first step on the way to becoming a guildmaster is to read the Creator's Guild Content Guidelines.
The next step is to download the included templates, translatable documents, artwork, and other assets. These assets are provided for you to:
  • Design new adventures using the document and map templates
  • Translate the core Hero Kids rules (and introductory adventure Basement O Rats) into other languages
  • Create new heroes
  • Translate Hero Kids heroes, pets and monsters into other languages
  • Create new heroes, pets and monsters
After creating your content, go to your account page and look in the "My Content" section. You can use the "Add a new title" link after you agree to the Community Content Agreement.
Once content is published, it's listed in the Hero Kids Creator's Guild. You'll be able to check your sales history, view reviews, and check on book royalties using your Account page on DriveThruRPG. The My Money section of your Account page will allow you to withdraw royalties via PayPal.

the new Creator's Guild launched.  It is to be seeing if like The Storyteller's Vault or DM's Guild if it will get a front page button.

Information on the Guild can be found at the following links:

Announcement
Guidelines
Guild Front Page

So far the only thing I can't find are the assets mentioned in the "How can I publish content for the Hero Kids Creator's Guild".  This may be due to how new the whole thing is and those assets will become available later.


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