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Thursday, June 28, 2012

500th Post at Hereticwerks


We've just posted the 31st Episode of Bujilli over at Hereticwerks. This is our 500th post at that blog, plus we've just gained our 101st follower over there as well. Wow! Thanks to all our readers, commenters, subscribers, supporters and followers! You people are wonderful. We appreciate each and every one of you. Thanks for taking some time out of your busy schedules and taking a look at the stuff we've been working on. We're very excited about where this is all heading. So stick around. It ought to be a lot of fun!

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Hereticwerks Summary: May 2012

Hereticwerks Summary for May 2012

Monsters













Irving was our most popular download for the month of May!
(The Impressionable Young Shoggoth Class for Labyrinth Lord is also doing pretty well...)

We're not quite sure what that means...

Saturday, June 9, 2012

RPG Brainstorming: Nu Sinistra



Working on fresh Humanspace Empires RPG stuff in-between a few other projects led us to another old post from the Netherwerks blog that didn't make the transition cleanly. Speculating about the space opera pre-history of Prof. M. A. R. Barker's brainchild Tekumel is all well and good (and quite a lot of fun!)...but what happens if...when...the Lords of Humanspace begin to reconnect with those 770 or so worlds that got 'lost'?

Now that could form the basis of a really intense Space Opera/Sword & Planet mash-up RPG that we'd really like to see...

Reconciliation and Apocalypse during the End of All Known History as powerful interstellar forces reconnect, reconnoiter and forcibly recover hundreds of lost worlds severed from the main universe during a cosmic disaster that plunged them all into their own pocket domains for millennia.  Not all those worlds that have been lost want to be rediscovered or recovered.  One in particular is fighting back and they have gods on their side...

(...With 700+ possible worlds to go muck around with, you don't even have to screw-up Tekumel. Neat.)
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