February 18th, 2008

marcus 2013

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's a... agh, my brain is melti....

princeofcairo AKA Kenneth Hite has released an essential Mythos work - Adventures Into Darkness, the definitive guide to H.P. Lovecraft's comic writing, and to roleplaying in the universe he developed for publishers Nedor. See this entry for more!

In other news, a podcast at http://www.pantechnicon.net while mostly about the comic Caballistics Inc., includes a little coverage of Forgotten Futures, may be worth a listen if you like horror comics / RPGs.
Tooth and Claw 2

Amazing Things Every Dragonet Should Know

The Tooth and Claw RPG will have two full-length adventures and a framing plot for adventures designed by the referee, which I'm posting here for comment. What I need for this is a dozen or so questions that might be asked as part of the research I'm describing. I've written one as an example, and will add more as they occur to me, but I need to concentrate on the other big adventure first. If anyone happens to think of something good I'd be VERY grateful if you could let me know. Any ideas will be credited to their authors (e.g., "based on an idea by xxx") but that's about it for compensation.

It will help if you know the Tooth and Claw background, of course, but even if you don't suggestions will be very welcome. Main points are that the characters are dragons and that society and technology are comparable to the early to mid Victorian era.

Note: I've cut a couple of bits that refer to characters in the other adventures etc., or inserted text in square brackets [like this] if extra clarification is needed.

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That's what I've got so far - mostly I'd like the total length of each question and answer, and the GM stuff that goes with it, to be no more than half a page; I might include a couple of longer ones if they seem interesting enough, but a page long at most.
marcus 2013

Bad Judgement?

This appears to be a bad thing, though I think those who have made use of the service will be able to judge it better than I can. Copied from pauldrye

A California judge has attempted to prevent the public from accessing the whistle-blower document website Wikileaks, by ordering its records removed from DNS servers. You can read more about it here.

Wikileaks can also be found at:

http://88.80.13.160

Please feel free to copy this entry everywhere you like, should you so desire.