Date Added: 05/10/2019 16:27:56
A tightly written story very much in the spirit of the hard SF classics. A marine of the frozen watch has to use ingenuity and physics to stay alive - as moments after they awake they find themselves adrift in orbit, with no immediate hope of recovery. An easy, entertaining read, that never gets lost in the minutiae of canon but nonetheless has a strong Traveller feel. Entertaining, with a nice reveal at the end that challenges typical misconceptions of the genre.
Great background into the World of Eclipse Phase. Loved that the story was not focused on trying to recreate the dynamics of a score of fight scenes or from the perspective of a tight knit group of Hero Operatives.
'Infamy' has a base human, believable narrative about a character who could be any of us. The story combines the truth's of human nature (and our many failings) with the complexities of becoming transhuman. For a newcomer to the world of Eclipse Phase more visuals would be good too, hey and who doesnt want to see Pivo in all his glory (High five x8 !)...
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 05/02/2019 13:02:35
Chris Ironside brings us another well-crafted masterpiece with Hammer & Chisel. Once again we visit with Kelly Patterson, as we see events shape her, such as her love for the mortal Wendy and the blood-bond of Stefan.
The Tabletop Gaming Club recommends this book to all fans for vampire fiction.
I ran this at at local RPG convention are it went over fantastically. It's a good story, but a really good selection of PCs makes this module, I've even used them for other games ratehr than make my own!
Excellent collection of short stories from the world of Werewolf: the Apocalypse (World of Darkness)! It's familiar and fresh at the same time. If you're new to the game, it's a fantastic way to get a feel for the world. If you're returning to WtA, you'll get drawn right in.
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 04/19/2019 16:19:23
One of my favorite ways to get a feel for a game world (especially in World of Darkness) is through its fiction. If you're new to Werewolf: the Apocalypse, this collection of short stories lets you jump right into the day-to-day of characters from that game. If you're familiar with WtA, its a wonderful little blast-from-the-past full of familiar elements sure to make you all nostalgic (and perhaps make you want to get the WtA 20th Anniversary book and call up some old friends for a new game!).
One of my favorite ways to get a feel for a game world (especially in Chronicles (or World) of Darkness) is through its fiction. This collection of short stories lets you jump right into the day-to-day of characters in Werewolf: the Forsaken.
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 04/15/2019 17:49:46
The Rose Witch is a short novel featuring the character of Thora Njalsdottir The story has action, betrayal, and manipulation. The book was a really fun read, and we enjoyed it immensely.
The Tabletop Gaming Club strongly recommends this book to any fans of vampire fiction.
KMO shows off some drawing chops in this one! I love the shot of the exterior of their secret base. The juxtaposition of the epic build-up and the more down-to-earth punchline was pretty great in this strip, too!
I love the variety in the character designs and how well their personalities not only come through, but stand out from each other. That can be tricky in an ensemble cast, and KMO pulls it off well. There's also plenty of fun references and in-jokes for us nerds to enjoy as well, as this particular strip is a good example of :)
"I'll answer the invitation to death... but not with bullets."
When everyone she loved was killed in a Nazi bombing raid, a young woman surrendered her entire existence to a quest for revenge. Under the name Lady Satan, she first hunted and killed the Nazis wherever she could with conventional weapons... but later, she became a master of black magic. Even after the Nazi monsters were broken and consigned to history, she continued her fight, becoming a hunter of all manner of supernatural monsters."
So the year is 1979 I'm living in Hudson New York, my family is getting ready to move back to Connecticut. Like many families we survived the Recession of the late Seventies via tag sales,odd jobs, & any mean necessary. Flea markets were also a must back then & there was a comic book dealer that used to blow through from New York City. One of the comic books he had was 'Lady Satan' & I became obsessed with the character. So when Steve Miller of Nuelow games offered me the chance to do s...