For the secretive magos of the Adeptus Mechanicus the very name Galvina Nullip is an irritant fit to provoke all too human feeling of fear and rage. After all, they are used to deal with this kind of heresy amongst their own swiftly, decisively – and most importantly – without outsiders noticing. Continue reading
All month long, Germany’s RPG-bloggers have been discussing the topic of how to get into roleplaying games in the first place. Well, “getting into a game” can mean a lot of things – getting into it from scratch when you have never gamed before, getting into a group with new people, getting into a system, a setting, a campaign that’s new to you … practically all of those involve one thing, though: Getting into a new character. Which can be hard enough all of its own. Continue reading
The number of pips shown corresponds with the number of ‘non-editorial’ (i.e. gaming content) articles we want to publish the following week. So much for that little secret.
Others are eminently more apt what the carnival is all about (German only, though, – so here is the short version: A group of German bloggers agree on a topic for a given month, all promising to write one or more articles for said topic and linking them back to the organizer).
When writing Halloween articles, SLA Industries is still a game that should probably feature in any event. So we follow up our deadnoughts, a special incarnation of LAD resurrection, with a couple more houserules for LAD itself, still all in the spirit of the German “From the Grave” carnival. Continue reading
In the hardish sci-fi setting of Blue Planet, medicine and biotechnology are easily the most advanced areas, but by no means can they considered ‘magical’. Continue reading
As part of it, we looked at graves, undead and undead characters. We did not look at the other type of characters from the grave: The resurrected. Continue reading
Time and time again, men are condemned to wander the earth after they die, unable to come to rest due to some injustice or simply the circumstances of their death itself. Continue reading
Our recent pledge in regards to the collective German rpg blogging efforts this month (after all, someone had the nerve to claim, that all of our October articles would follow the “From the Grave” motto given out by Teilzeithelden…) starts to bear fruit:
In our third article a horrifically useful creature for Earthdawn creeps – or rather crawls – through Barsaive: Continue reading