Worldbuilding for Blades of the Inquisition

Worldbuilding for Blades of the Inquisition

Date : July 2, 2017
Life has kept me busy lately, but I’m getting back into roleplaying with a game set in the Warhammer 40,000 universe. John Harper’s Blades in the Dark provides tools to run a butt-kicking Inquisition campaign. This way I won’t have to rely on the complexities of the out-of-print Dark Heresy RPG.   I’m utilizing a fan hack for Blades in the Dark by RoosterEma, titled Blades of the Inquisition. I want...
Future Dungeons, Part 2: Bunker World

Future Dungeons, Part 2: Bunker World

Date : January 25, 2017
When powerful rulers get carried away with grandiose construction projects, their dungeons and fortifications can overrun the whole world. A Bunker World, perhaps. Let’s take an example from real history to see what that looks like.   A Bunker for Every Citizen! In many typical fantasy game settings, foolhardy kings and lords keep building conventional castles and towers. Traditional fortifications hardly seem appropriate when every three-penny wizard can toss lightning and...
Future Dungeons, Part 1: Fallout Shelters

Future Dungeons, Part 1: Fallout Shelters

Date : January 8, 2017
Dungeons can be much more than just tunnel networks full of traps, monsters and treasures. Want to create some truly memorable concepts for future dungeons in post-apocalypse RPGs? You can find plenty of inspiration in the rich history and weird present-day of our own world.   Future Dungeons of the Cold War The Cold War soaked popular culture in the constant dread of nuclear war. As the Western powers and the...
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