I’ve got the first three chapters out to two play-testers!
I thought people might be interested in this – on the inside front cover of the monograph I have a small section called inspirations.
There are many different forms of post apocalyptic stories each with their own flavor. Rubble and Ruin focuses on only one vision of the future – the following stories most closely capture the feel of the Rubble and Ruin world:
A Boy and His
Today I got word that R&R has been accepted! Let’s hope this goes well.
I am currently looking for play testers – if you are interested, let me know!
I have character generation finished – if you would like to make a few characters and let me know what you think, I would like to hear from you.
Updated March 11th, 2009 at 13:18 by rleduc
Tonight, travelling home from the city center, I had two encounters!
First, an aggressive narcotics dealer, who followed after me and whom I had to give a good push to get away from me.
2 minutes later, a gang of four who most likely wanted to rob me, who I luckily convinced to move along.
First time I have ever experienced something like this in Oslo. I think I deserve a tick in spot, streetwise and unarmed combat (for successfull posing!).
Updated January 14th, 2009 at 09:12 by Trifletraxor
I'm looking at what I want to do RPG-wise and I know I haven't time to do anywhere near as much as I'd like.
Close to home, I have a RQ Campaign set in Third Age Pavis/Prax that is in danger of stalling unless I can find something to inspire me.
I am working on an article for the Birchbark Chronicles for Mythic Russia that I haven't looked at for a couple of months.
A long-term project is the mapping of Prax/The Holy Country/Dagori
Updated November 30th, 2008 at 22:48 by soltakss
So, another Sunday, another full day for Roleplaying! Today I was gaming, RuneQuest/BRP in 2nd Age Glorantha. We have been playing the Blood of Orlanth campaign, and today the group was trying to stop a ceremony that would channel the energy of a storm into the world dragon project.
The two most memorable happenings of todays session was the following: Tarkan, a EWF desserter working undercover was standing judge over a man who refused to split the tongues of his children. Tarkans