In a world, where progress reigns supreme, 0 is a partisan. Or as close to a partisan as you can get whilst being employed by SLA Industries as a Contract Killer.
She is well read, highly educated and very, very deadly. Her mental and intellectual capabilities are in fact her greatest asset in the Circuit, only second to here eclectic choice of equipment, which has baffled many opponents and has turned many a battle in her favour. Continue reading
The story of this atlas page is a bit on the sad side compared to what has come before. This is because it is an unfinished story.
At the end of 2011 – the map already existed by them, after all it was what set things in motion – four of us sat down together to jointly build a campaign world from that map. Continue reading
As the saying goes, one word leads to another – or, in this case, one opinion piece leads to another.
With tadcan giving a rundown on the upcoming third edition of Blue Planet and the expected rules changes (partly inspired by our differing opinions about some of those), I feel once more like talking about some of the features of this incredible game myself. Continue reading
The Guppy represents a new development on Poseidon – that of low cost submersible interceptors aimed at a wider market of colonial militias, small Incorporate militaries, and paramilitary organisations of all stripes. This has become possible due to the growing industrial base of colonial settlements, which has begun to reach a point where production capacities may exceed the demand for military subs by the larger, more powerful factions present on the planet. Continue reading
After a long absence, the third edition of Blue Planet is due to be released in June 2012. There are not many games from the mid-nineties that have had the staying power which the world of Poseidon has continued to have, with a dedicated fanbase still playing long after the original creators have moved on. Continue reading
Subject Code: LV98../000DX1012615
Crime: Theft of historical artifacts; operation and trafficking of controlled technologies
Department Contract: Archaeology
This blood charm takes the shape of a small silver spider. It allows a whole group of heroes to weave threads to a single artifact.
Most unusual for a blood charm, thread spiders do not melt into their wearer’s body. Rather, it is their wearer’s blood, which melts into them. Continue reading
We had our problems with the server and Drupal for quite a while. When we started, I was fresh, hell I was motivated and I thought with the Swiss army knife of Content Management Systems, I could tackle the world. Promises were made that we could go “Final” at the end of the year 2011, the design was a piece of cake and the workflow could be implemented without any problems at all. Continue reading
It has been said many times how Unknown Armies is an American game at heart. An important part of American pop culture are the pulp magazines of the 30ies, 40ies and 50ies. These were what created the image of the beautiful lady thief, the hardboiled detective hiding an ultimately soft heart, or the weird scientist, who applies himself to the advancement of mankind. Continue reading
For a long time I had the idea to put a sister on a horse. But I was unsure which horse I should use until I talked with blut_und_glas about the project.
At first I thought it would be cool to build another Saint for the Sisters. But during the creation of the article I became uncertain about this issue. The problem was that it would be just another Saint. Continue reading