Projects

Terra Incognita [Mage: The Awakening]

Terra Incognita [Mage: The Awakening] We’ve spoken a lot about Mysteries and Obsessions so far in this blog, and how mages become attracted to, obsessed by, and sometimes killed by the many supernatural aspects of the World of Darkness. Most such things are unique – central Mysteries that individual chronicles revolve around, like the Secret…

Oct 17 Open Dev Roundup

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In case you missed any, open dev posts from the last week include: WoD’s Hurt Locker: Hurt Locker: Alpha Outline VTR’s Secrets of the Covenants: Carthian Merits and Law: The Voice of the People Promethean: The Created 2e: Sewing Parts Together: Playtests Begin Promethean: The Created 2e: Alchemists: Mixologists of Evil

A Cautious Sniff [Pugmire]

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(The image attached to the post is what I got when I searched for “dog armor” on Wikipedia Commons, as there isn’t any art for Pugmire yet. Consider it “inspirational” rather than an actual art direction.) Waaaaaay back in August, Rich and I announced Pugmire for the first time at GenCon. It’s a new creator-owned fantasy game (specifically, owned by my…

Alchemists: Mixologists of Evil [Promethean: The Created]

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Look, you want updates while I’m mid-coffee, you take your chances with the post titles. Now, glib titles aside, alchemists are not necessarily evil. Mark Stone proposed, while we were brainstorming Promethean 2nd Edition (then known simply as The Firestorm Chronicle) that we should include mortal alchemists as antagonists. I had to noodle that – I knew…

Sewing Parts Together: Playtests Begin [Promethean: The Created]

I’ve sent out, and received back, NDAs from a few groups who want to lend us their help in making Promethean: The Created 2nd Edition awesome. Honestly, I was thrilled by the response. Promethean has always been, to my thinking, the NWoD game that was amazing in concept but didn’t quite get the play it deserved (much like…

Carthian Merits and Law: The Voice of the People [Vampire: The Requiem]

There’s a difference between vampire revolutionaries who see humans as the proletariat, and vampire revolutionaries who see humans as the means of production. –Greg Stolze Since we got into the grisly magic of the Circle of the Crone last time, I thought this time we’d talk a little about politics. Of course, the Carthians would…