Slayer’s Crib might be the archetypal BPN hall, but what about…
#10 Suicide Alley
Suicide Alley has earned a reputation as the BPN hall with the highest percentage of Black BPNs issued and the highest percentage of BPNs resulting in at least fatality amongst Operatives. Much of this is down to a self-fulfilling prophecy of sorts. Continue reading →
… the question „What is … what we see in that picture?“ was once more raised by Shadom, this time after raiding the deviantart gallery of suzi9mm back in November of last year (thanks for the permission to use your work, even though it took us ages to get done with it!). Hasran and blut_und_glas went back and forth over Royal Games, coming up with ideas what this could mean in the context of Unknown Armies (twice), Warhammer 40,000’s Dark Heresy, Changeling: the Dreaming, Blue Planet, Nobilis and SLA Industries. Continue reading →
The writing is on the wall.
Literally, in Downtown’s Pomegranate Sector.
The inscription simply states “kill the ones you love” in foreboding red letters. It appears on a wall at the back of a derelict storeroom located in the backyard of a shutdown shopping strip. Nobody knows how long it’s really been there or who put it there. Continue reading →
D6ideas is mainly focused on Gaming Content like you can read above. This means content which is meant to be used in a Game. Thus the whole coverage of theoretics or meta-game is not really touched here. Suits me normally!
There is however a loophole! the Editorials. They are well suited for this “general” Knowledge stuff. Which is why I will talk about such that. Continue reading →
The Sword of Lies, the latest instalment of The Red Star series, contains a wealth of new material that could never make it into the campaign setting which came out before The Sword of Lies even started. Train Depot takes up some of that material and uses it in a short scenario. Continue reading →
Jungle Chase is a travelling adventure FENG SHUI-style! Set in pre-1999 Southeast Asia, it puts the characters in the middle of an internal conflict within the secret rulers of the time. Their journey leads them from still British Hong Kong right into the jungles of the Golden Triangle.
This adventure references information found in the FENG SHUI supplements Golden Comeback (Rules Expansion) and Seal of the Wheel (describing the Ascended faction). Continue reading →