There's a brief article-style interview with Loot Drop's Brenda Brathwaite up on The Verge, and as you might have guessed, it revolves around her and Tom Hall's "Old School Role-playing Game" Kickstarter campaign.
"We are so excited about it," Brathwaite wrote. "A return to core games and a return to RPGs makes Tom and I so incredibly happy. It is something we've wanted to do for a while, but we were leads on active projects, so it was not possible until now. We can't wait. It is an honor to make a game with someone like Tom, too."
We don't know a lot of the details about Old School RPG, but according to the Kickstarter page it will start off like all of the great old role-playing games, by having you create a party.
"Old School RPG invites you to create a group of up to four characters, choosing from multiple races and professions each with their own strengths and weaknesses," according to the website. "Forge alliances with unique NPC races, do their bidding – or be their undoing – as you solve dozens of quests, loot castles and caverns and defeat hordes of creatures in a world where your skill and cunning are key. Turn-based, phased-time combat harkens back to the days when spells hit hard and last-second healing spells saved the day."
The game will also feature multiple beginnings and endings and, if the Kickstarter hits that $1.9 million mark, players will be able to transfer their characters between the two games and it will impact how the other title plays.