Greetings, citizens. With all the new gadgets in 1.0.10, I decided it's time to suggest the idea I've been kicking around for a week or two: a community mod. Conceptually, we each develop a section of a unified themed mod, then combine it to form a mod the likes of which the internet has never seen. If this takes off, I think a suitable scale would be adding an additional deity, perhaps a fickle spider goddess named Lawlth. This would give us a number of areas to work with, and each area isn't restricted to a single modder's attention: Skill trees Monsters Items Rooms Sprites Anybody interested? EDIT: The google doc page that Meat provided is available below. We have been using this to organize tasks, track progress, communicate specifics, and share finished work. The FAQ, by Meat What is this project? A community effort to create our own "expansion pack" filled with new items, monsters, and rooms to enrich the playing experience, especially for people who've already beaten the game once or twice and would like to see different content. How's it coming along? We've just started! There's a lot to do, but we're chipping away at it steadily. You can see our progress at the following URL: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AlCkkeUwgmZ3dHZLU2pZSUltYnhHY19SVVZJRFMtUHc#gid=0 Can NON-MODDERS get involved? I don't know how to mod, or I don't have the time! While at first we need the most help from modders, we're also going to need severalplaytesters later on. We'll be depending on you to give us unbiased feedback on our stuff! The best kind of feedback comes from people who have not participated in creating the mod, as they have less personal bias. We're also going to need a lot of art assets if you're a Photoshop or Gimp junkie! Can inexperienced MODDERS get involved? Of course! Every kind of modder is welcome, from the noobiest to the most pro! We're going to need icons, animations, indexing, spells, items, sprites, glints, monsters, room layouts, testing, and even the occasional brilliant idea! (Although we currently have a huge pile of ideas to work on, we're not closed off to adding new stuff after we're done with the current stuff.) Great! How do I sign up? Give your email address to someone who's currently involved, such as Blind Piper or Rarefied Horse Meat. You'll be invited to the project tracking spreadsheet mentioned above. Self-directed workers and autodidactic learners are welcome to claim and get started on anything they wish. If you would prefer to be given an assignment, ask here or on the project tracker and we'll be happy to hook you up with some of this workload!