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I am a runquester, not a Gloranthaphile, but have been digging into the mythology as I have been developing my game.

For an initial post I am just linking my YouTube channel playlist for my Chronicles of Car'reen campaign which I started back in December 2018.

 

 

Posted by: Bryon1187
27 Aug 2020
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This was taken from a comment about my views on Glorantha.

 

Posted by: Alexander White
20 May 2020
Games: Melodrama
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As part of my recent swim-about in the internets of Glorantha and its associated games, my friend Nick Brooke and I had the chance to mix it up a little! It's regarding the long-standing interpretations of human ethnicities in Glorantha, including those which made it into published form

Posted by: Ron Edwards
22 Mar 2020
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I've finally realized how regularly people ask me to explain RuneQuest, HeroQuest, the Chaosium, and Glorantha, specifically because they've bounced hard off the apparently extensive setting and apprently impenetrably insider-oriented fanbase. It's usually private, and they often present the question as if it's their last fatigued try at finding out what "there" is there.

Posted by: Ron Edwards
17 Feb 2020
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[PfP] – RuneQuest: Roleplaying in Glorantha 0 – Character Creation part 1: Play from Ponape begins character generation for its forthcoming RuneQuest: Roleplaying in Glorantha campaign set in and around Apple Lane.
 
#PlayfromPonape #RuneQuest #Glorantha #AppleLane #Podcast
 
Posted by: pookie __
08 Jul 2019
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This was a remarkable opportunity and experience. Adding my old-book RuneQuest game session to the Gothcon schedule caught some attention, as the Swedish version of the new edition has been organized, and its publisher and authors asked if we could add a panel for some conversation.

Posted by: Ron Edwards
22 May 2019
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I cannot as yet summarize or eulogize or otherwise "state" my response to Greg's death. It wasn't that much of a surprise, yet was as hard as they all have been. He was a grandmaster of this activity we do, and he was my friend.

This five-video discussion is more of a celebration of encountering his work, with a little bit of reminiscence occasionally. I don't have much to add except for these:

Posted by: Ron Edwards
26 Nov 2018
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