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  1. The following are some basic concepts of world building for Runed Worlds A Tale of Four Worlds & Infinite Stars There are four locations where much of the culture and conflict exist that will inspire play in Runed Worlds. Dhalvos Prime - A dead Runed World which once belonged to a race known as the Second Givers. It is barren and almost lifeless, with little atmosphere. However, the ruins of the SG litter the world and many factions have permanent bases on or above Dhalvos Prime. A place where science, exploration, and old mysteries thrive. Lolshelaton - A green and y
  2. One of the great Gloranthan mysteries is what happened to the ducks in RuneQuest 6. They vanished only to return in the newest edition. Theories abound, but I believe they pulled the same stunt as the Amazons in Wonder Woman comics of the 1970s – they left the world and sojourned Out There for a time, literally breaking the glass ceiling to boldly go where no waterfowl had gone before. Anas Gadwell, Captain Quote: “It’s not flying, exactly. It’s falling … with style!” STR 13 CON 15 SIZ 3 INT 13 POW 12 DEX 14 APP 7 Damage Bonus: -1d4 M
  3. Hi all, I just oust ordered a well used copy of Worlds Beyond. Took months for a copy to become available. Has anyone here played it? Ronnie
  4. Lately I've been fascinated with space arks -- big ships intended to take colonists to another world. Preliminary research indicates you'd need 10,000 to 40,000 people to establish your new home. The numbers avoid genetic drift and provide a cushion against deaths caused by disease, accident, or violence. All these hardy pioneers need not travel on a single giant vessel; the mission might be safer if you have five ships each carrying 2,000 people than one carrying all 10,000. There are two basic approaches to slower-than-light transport. Sleeper ships (the "Ark in Space" from Doctor Who, t
  5. Ben Monroe's job description at Chaosium includes the subtitle "Earth Ro-Man." I knew that mighty Voltron fought Ro-Beasts, but "Ro-Man" didn't sound like something from Alephtar Games. I had to find out what it was. Some things man was not meant to know ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mI60-9DWuIQ And yes, I am working on a write-up!
  6. http://darkerprojects.com/star-trek-lost-frontier/ http://star-trek-lost-frontier.blogspot.com/ I know we've got posters here who love post-apocalyptic drama and others who love space opera. Here's a 19-episode radio drama, Star Trek: The Lost Frontier. Think MegaTraveller's broken Third Imperium applied to the Star Trek universe. Set after Next Generation, Deep Space Nine and Voyager, galactic civilization has been wrecked by a devastating plague that swept all races, even the Borg. A certain Captain Trask is recruited by what remains of the Federation to oversee a mission aboard the Ent
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