Monks and brewing beer goes back hundreds of years. But what happens when future technology and a worldwide dwindling belief in the All-mighty collide? In this instalment of Character Casting we find out the answer in the form of Bordo the Brewer.
Being part man, part machine, and stuffed with bio-enhancements can take its toll. Lucky for this guy he’s one tough cookie.The latest addition to Character Casting shambles onto the scene in the form of the horrid Sklee the Polluted.
Sometimes an impressive weapons is less about practicality and more about style. This Character Casting entry we discover the almost-sure aim of the grim elven rogue Daesht Tath’liri, The Bolter.
A self made brute with a self given last name. Character Casting is back with the imposing figure of Geiger Clobberknuckle.
What is this terrifying apparition, and what is its mysterious purpose? Character Casting returns with the haunted Ha’esth the Cursed.
Pursued by bloodthirsty raiders only you, a lone scout, stand between these marauders and your home. Can you make it back in time? Or will you become another pile of bones amongst the wasteland? Matthew flees over a blasted apocalyptic landscape in the narrative roleplay game Wretched Wasteland.
Tabletop and six-sided dice are an old pairing. But the tiny cube didn’t play a huge part in roleplay until West End Games and their Ghostbusters system. In this issue of Mastering the Game writer PK Byron explores the rise and fall, and sort-of rise again, of the D6 system in roleplay in Return of the D6!
Our first entry into the Character Casting series. This time we are introduced to Graxa the Horder, an engineer of equal brilliance and insanity.
Sons of the Singularity first introduced players to a new way to look at the Cthulhu Mythos in The Sassoon Files. And now they are back with another journey into the unknown with Journal d’Indochine. Matthew talks to Jesse Covner from Sons of the Singularity about the new Kickstarter campaign.
Do you want to take to the skies? You can in Issue 32 of The Campaigner, out now.