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RPGs / Thunderscape: The World of Aden
« on: May 12, 2014, 10:43:20 PM »
I'ed like to introduce you to a new product called "Thunderscape: The World of Aden". It is a setting for the Pathfinder Role-playing Game although it has conversion documents for the D6 system as well as Fate. The setting is the brainchild of Shane Hensley, the creator of the Deadlands RPG. The setting is based in a Steamtech Dark Fantasy setting where the world was once in a Golden Age of Magic, Science and Mechamagic through the use of a powerful metal known as "Manite". But then came a cataclysmic event called the "Darkfall" where the world was covered in a great darkness and creatures of myth and nightmare manifested in the world. These became known as the "Nocturnals". The Nocturnals ravaged across the world destroying numerous civilizations and killing untold numbers of people. What was worse is that many also became corrupted by the Darkfall, transforming into the Forsaken by the dark embrace of its power.

Now Aden is in a Dark Age where nations distrust one another and fight a desperate battle for survival against the Nocturnals. Powerful warriors and wizards march into battle side by side with deadly Golems, powerful Golemoids and wondrous scientific technology. The Age of Thunder has not ended. Aden will not slip quietly into the night.

The setting has 9 new classes, new races, new mechanics and an awesome story. You really should check the setting out at:

Or purchase it today off:

Role Playing Public Radio Podcast / Re: Campaign for 2011-2012
« on: September 10, 2011, 06:01:55 PM »
There is too much Cthulhu going on as it is. No criticisms on the mythology of the game, the actual SETTING is good, just the system is poorly designed. When will they ever create a Cthulhu system where you don't end up with complicated game mechanics and characters who do not suck at most things they do.

My advice would be to run something less mainstream like the World of Darkness, Warhammer 40K or Dresden Files. That would be something I'ed like to see.

Role Playing Public Radio Podcast / Re: a request on actual play
« on: August 25, 2011, 10:54:26 PM »
I also have the Dresden Files book and would love to play a game in the system.

Yea it looks like we don't have enough players for the 21st so there will not be a game on Sunday. Still hell or high water I will run this game, I just need to schedule at a date that works for everyone.

I was thinking Sunday the 21st, but I suppose there isn't an extreme rush, so if more time is needed to organize players, I might run a game Saturday the 27th instead. Yea, 8 EST should be a good time to start for most people it seems.

We may have some players from Drunk & Ulgy joining into the game so we could have enough players to fill the slots. Still we'll need to decide on a good time for the game to be run. As I rent a room in a house and my landlady is a pretty light sleeper, it can't start too late at night, probably around 7 or 8 EST would be a good ball park range. Generally it will have to end before 12 midnight (EST) as that's when my landlady usually is asleep. As for the game, it generally should take 2.5 to 3.5 hours to run, depending on the actions of the players. Either way it would be a good idea to add my Skype darkfire141 so you can get into the action.

So we've got 2 maybe 3 players thus far. Anyone else interested at the moment?

Now that your new world campaign is over are you going to start up another D&D 4th edition campaign?

yea, we could use three more players to fill the five characters I've made. If I don't get enough, I'll have to delay the game until we can get more players.

Hello again. Here are the character sheets for the One Shot. I put them up on 4shared as the file is too large to upload to the posting board. Here they are. Feel free to look at them.

Hello again,

Sorry for the slow reply, but I've been busy for the past few weeks with numerous gaming events and haven't had the time to pay a lot of attention to the boards. Anyway I have freed up some time for Sunday the 21st of August in order to run this Hunter: The Vigil Demo Game. As for the time, I should be available most of the day so whatever works best for the group. Hopefully we can get someone to record the podcast, as I won't be able to due to the lack of recording software on my computer. So if we want to record the session for the RPPR, someone else will have to do the recording unfortunately. I'll post the character sheets up sometime this week for download and observation. I will be running the game over Skype, but would not mind using some kind of online tabletop to do rolling. If this is too much of a problem, we'll just use the Honor System when it comes to rolling. Remember to have a lot of D10's as its a White Wolf Game.

If you wish to get in touch with me my Skype name is darkfire141 . Feel free to add me and get in touch if you want to ask questions about the game. I'm looking forward to meeting members of the RPPR krewe.


Role Playing Public Radio Podcast / Re: New world campaign
« on: August 03, 2011, 07:01:21 AM »
I do have some criticisms with the New World Campaign. Despite ALL the sacrifice and hardships to stop the invasion of the New World, the world still got destroyed. Believe me, the PC's had so many ways to prevent this from happening. Ya know that Exploding Dark God that blew up the world? Why didn't they just teleport him to another plane and prevent him from going all Kaboom of the world? Put him somewhere like the Elemental Chaos which he can't possibly destroy in his death thrones. That would certainly have saved the world! All their work was for nothing in the end considering they didn't save the world!

Greetings people of the Roleplaying Public Radio. I am Darkfire14, an avid RPG fan who has a great respect for all forms of Roleplaying games. Anyway I'm sure many of you have listened to the Knights of the Night actual play podcast and the excellent Hunter the Vigil role-playing game. On this podcast I've only seen two World of Darkness actual plays and although very good adventures I'm itching to expand the number of White Wolf games being run on this site. Thus I am proposing to do a rerun of a Hunter: The Vigil One Shot I ran a few years back to showcase the system. Here is the premise:

Hunter: The Vigil

A series of grizzly murders have occurred in the wilderness surrounding the city of Yellowknife in the Northwest Territories. With the local police force unable to deal with the situation, a crack team of police specialists and consultants are brought in to solve the case. But what horrors will they face hidden among the pines.

I have Pregens for this game and can take up to five players. The Pregens consist of:

Adam Wright: An RCMP Superintendent seeking to make a name for himself by cracking this case and bringing it to a resolution. He is the head of the investigation team and has no plans to fail the operation.

Candice Morgan: A Forensic Investigator who underwent special training in the states in a Co-Op program with the Vanguard Serial Crimes Unit (VASCU). She is excellent at interrogation and evidence examination. She also possesses Teleinformatics, a form of Psychic ability.

Monroe Palmer: A professor of Zoology at the University of Edmonton who has seen his share of oddities. He is a member of the Loyalists of Thule, a secret society of scholars dedicated to studying lost mysteries. He has been brought on as a consultant due to his vast knowledge of animal behaviors

Grant Hill: A member of the RCMP Emergency Response Unit (Think the Canadian version of SWAT). Due to the severity of the case he has been called in to provide tracking and fire support for the team of investigators.

Danny Samson: A Park Ranger in Yellowknife assigned to provide local support to the investigation team. His knowledge of the land and his wilderness skills are invaluable in the rugged areas around Yellowknife.

Anyway I am checking interest in such a game and wondering if people would be willing to give it a shot. If so, I'm willing to discuss what schedule works best for the group. The game will be run over Skype if it is going to be run. So express your interests here if you're looking to experience some Hunter action!

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