While I appreciated your enthusiasm, our approach was to put out a solid 100 creatures and then start following up with other booklets with more.
Getting art for each creature was important and expensive, I might add. Still we are committed to getting the mass of them published in AE format so you will see them.
Ok, cool! I was afraid that you were going to pretty much put out that one book and move on to other AE projects from there.
I so enjoy the system, it gives me great excitement. Excitement I have not had in years. (I have played various mostly non-d20 based RPG's since 1974) I find that there has been some online "resistance" to the system, but I personally enjoy it. It combines the best of so many systems I enjoy: Rolemaster, BRP, D&D White box Edition, 1st Ed D&D, and a "house" D&D based game called "Cal-Tech D&D"; a percentile based combat system that used damage dice similar to AE.
Thanks for the reply, Monty