I’m playing Monsterhearts, due to a series of coincidences that fell together just right, so here you can see three undead teens try to be normal at a privileged, sequestered, high-pressure school.
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I do not plan. But it doesn't hurt to visualize the odd individual mechanical outcome. In this case, I thought, well, since they muffed the Skill Challenge and unleashed the crystal creche thingamabob, then Our Land is not just currently compromised by an invasive mystical-crystal birth event, it's basically lost out to it.
Yesterday I played Circle of Hands as GM, but I have some questions about my venture.
My dices were: Black 6, White 3, Red 6.
So it was settled in Spurr with a double elemento of Rbaja.
I chose a Splotch and a Rbaja zone, thinking about a black wizard dead who left behind a big corruption, because he had a lot of marks of Rbaja.
So my first question is: When I have a double element, how do I say witch part of it is the lower?
Here's our first session of 39 Dark,with me and Moreno, for what looks to be a multiple-session event. I've been looking forward to that, as I think this and its prequel, Mars Colony, are both worthy of extended investment, characterization and character development, and reflection between sessions.
Let me tell you about a science fantasy setting! From the literature, inspired by Barsoom and spinning Moorcock-like ideas into a deeper form; from the real world, inspired by South Asian culture and ethnicity, written by an observant Muslim; from design perspective, emerging from long-term enthusiastic play. Swords, seamlessly merged tech-occult, huge ceremonial costumes + casual nudity, a sprawling empire, pure religious excess.
The two guys from the "Insert Quest Here" podcast recently played and recorded their game of Mars Colony. They're from Australia, and so all the political parties are based on the Australian divisions, but getting a taste of foreign politics always makes it more interesting for me. Perhaps for you too?
Into much kooky mayhem! This is where my ongoing skill challenges and prepped situation and announced character quests all collided, producing plenty of "this is how our story goes" with not a single intended or planned effect to be found in in my preparation.
This session of our Champions 3rd edition game concerns our two heroes, ARC and Agent One, in their roles as soldiers from a future war. The former is a deserter who's decided he likes modern (our) life, and the latter is on a mission but with malfunctioning "chip" and whatnot so he doesn't really know what the mission is. They operate as a super-duo aiding the troubled police department of St.
I'm starting a Sorcerer game as a GM and a few questions comes and difficulties comes from the practice. As adviced by Ron, I'm posting my thoughts here.
The Kickers are concluded, and the story is done. To my knowledge, this is the only game of Sorcerer that I've been in which is now visible start to finish on record (OK, granted, one session is a verbal account). I'd certainly love to learn what an observer thinks of it.