Check out this beautiful shot of a Child of Light from the Delta Green CRPG. Wow, that’s batrachian. (Picture changes weekly, so if you look at it and say “Hey, that’s not batrachian at all,” it’s not my fault.)
The roleplaying industry is so damned quirky. A glam science fiction RPG about the transformative power of rock and roll? Why not?
Some of you may recall the Web-based puzzle game designed to promote Spielberg’s A.I. Pretty cool stuff, made cooler for me by the involvement of Sean Stewart. Anyhow, that game has defined an entire genre of alternate reality games and associated websites.
The community is pretty interesting. I particularly liked this writeup of a talk given by one of the authors of the A.I. game.
I cannot believe that there is a Web site dedicated to Vintage MBTA maps. But I’m glad there is.
The Civil War did not end in 1865…. The Confederates went into hiding and in 1908 they used their boy Teddy Roosevelt to found the FBI – conFederate Bureau of Inquisition.
You heard it here first. I collect kooks for the purposes of generating weird NPCs for games. Possibly I need a kook category.
Supernifty site full of 1890s Boston photographs. Already used some for the entrance pages.
Unknown Boston is my feeling that I should be doing something with all this free time; after all, I quit Asheron’s Call. It’s also my knowledge that the most successful campaign I ever ran started with an utterly complete set of character sheets for every NPC vampire in the city. I GM better when I have the setting fleshed out. It’s also my admiration for the Quail and his New York by Night. Would that I could accomplish something half as cool.