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About Runeblogger

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    http://elruneblog.blogspot.com.es/
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    New Pavis

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  • RPG Biography
    Playing RuneQuest 3rd ed. since I was 14.
    I have played the Colymar campaign with HeroQuest
  • Current games
    Running a Samurai campaign with RQ6
    Running a Glorantha campaign with RQ3 (Zola Fel valley)
  • Location
    New Pavis
  • Blurb
    I am a RuneQuest fan, but I also like HeroQuest.
    I usually play in Glorantha. But I also like Call of Cthulhu a lot.

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  1. Runeblogger

    Play a game and honor Greg Stafford

    We honoured Greg at today's RuneQuest game:
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    RQG Pavis Campaign

    Hey, I'm also running a campaign there (and in the valley in general). I'd be very interested in your stories of which scenarios especifically did you convert to Glorantha. and why they were so cool.
  3. Runeblogger

    Out Now: Odd Soot - Sci-Fi Mystery in the 1920s

    Hi, here's my review of Odd Soot: https://elruneblog.blogspot.com/2018/10/odd-soot-science-fiction-mystery-in.html Long story short: very cool!
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    Shadows on the Borderlands

    I think I remember the tunnels were to the northern edge of the village, dug at ground level into the hill, perhaps only about 8 m long.
  5. Question about shipping to Europe: When ordering the Classic Fantasy book by The Design Mechanism from UK-based Aeon Games, the shipping costs are 2 sterling pounds. When ordering the RuneQuest Glorantha book by Chaosium from their UK-based storehouse, the shipping costs are 19 euros. Why is there such a difference in shipping costs?
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    Pavis Cult under new rules

    My advice is: ignore Pavis as a sorcery cult and keep it as a deity.
  7. Runeblogger

    Summoning RuneQuest Gamemasters

    BTW: I'm looking forward to reading this chapter! Please include plenty of examples and suggestions.
  8. Runeblogger

    Summoning RuneQuest Gamemasters

    The Everyone Needs to Shine Principle: Do your best to incorporate into the scenario a moment for every PC to feel special and important, particularly by letting that PC do what she does best orby having him/her be the center of attention in a given scene. The best skills of the PCs should give you a hint of what his/her player is expecting to be able to do during a game, so let them do it!
  9. Runeblogger

    Advice running my first HeroQuest game

    Me too! After playing some HeroQuest games in Glorantha, some friends and I agreed that this would be a good system to play in the Sixth World of Shadowrun. No more bogged down combats: more action and more story! I hope Godsmonkey will share with us how his first game went!
  10. Runeblogger

    My Orlanth and Ernalda get married story (incomplete)

    I like it so far. But why did his brothers leave? I think some of them must return sooner or later...
  11. Runeblogger

    My review of The Glorantha Sourcebook

    Here's the review I wrote about The Glorantha Sourcebook. I hope you like it: Review of The Glorantha Sourcebook I've also added a list of topics that surprised me while reading it. Please feel free to correct me if you spot any inaccuracies.
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    GM Screen Pack coming in PDF on September 14

    OK, I've found this and it seems to prove that tiled roof houses existed even during the early Bronze Age. Great! I asked about this because I showed the map of the Tin Inn to a friend and he commented how he had imagined the Bronze Age houses to look more like thatched roof low houses or like the flat roofed houses (as in New Pavis). Perhaps this is a general misconception. Now that I think of it, the map of New Pavis in River of Cradles also included some tiled-roof houses.
  13. Runeblogger

    GM Screen Pack coming in PDF on September 14

    The houses you see in the map of the Tin Inn: Are they based on Mediterranean Iron Age houses?
  14. Runeblogger

    BRP "family tree" flowchart?

    You probably mean these two incredible charts:
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