Rather Gamey's Arkhein has written a very nice Urutsk-centric post.
Thanks for pointing out the link-issue, scottsz. :)
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Shipwrecked survivors of a galaxy-spanning empire (ruined when the core exploded) settle upon a wetlands world occupied by humans and other species. They then poke through ruins of their Ancient ancestors as they strive to regain space and then, starflight.
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Thursday, June 9, 2011
Rather Gamey Goes Tripping the Urutsk Fantastic-
Posted by Timeshadows at 10:19 PM 3 comments
3rd Annual NTRPGCon Photos
The oft-spoken of C., and you-know-who.
Boxed Set 20"x30" Map, Dice Set, and the Group Monthly Record Sheet (the latter was not used for the adventure session)
Cimmerian, JohnGaunt, Cyclopeatron
Chirine baKal's Urutsk and Tekumel figures in the end-battle: After pulling themselves through the Void, three PCs confront
--With most of their energy depleted, the baddies move in for dagger or unarmed combat. The PCs were victorious, but three were cut off from their previous locale, to emerge from the stone tower to a jungle covered by a violet sky.
Here is another look at these figs:
I'll get individual photos sometime hence.
From Top-Left, clockwise: Tiny: Eater of Mushrooms in Garlic Butter, Erol of the erroneous description, Cyclo of the Mushroom Heart, James 'You don't want to pick it up? But -- But why? It's SO cute...' Ward, Mike, Elizabeth, kvetch-mensch ?, Skunk-hair, the lovely C., Arkhein, The Boy (not visible). There were six casualties, and I was not one of them.
To C.'s chagrin, I am still using Jim's tone of voice and the above quote, too often.
--Good thing she loves me.
Jim's game was a fun gauntlet of: 'don't touch, don't deviate from the path, follow simple instructions and some of you will survive'. If there is a sort of pleasant adversarial gaming, this was it, and Jim is the man for that sort. Great fun, and a perfect gentleman. :D
Me, Dennis Sustare GMing his Tourist Traps scenario-set, and Elizabeth.
--This is a very interesting scenario, and I think it works best as a base of operations with mysteries in the locale rather than as the adventure site for an out of town group of PCs. Everything is very well fleshed out without being exhaustively so, and the handouts are very immersive, leading to points of interest.
Dennis is a great GM, and a true gentleman. I cannot recommend his games highly enough.
Saturday Lobby Game:
Map, Record Sheet, Eric Bergeron cover for forthcoming Encounters & Artefacts book, Boxed Set components, and open copy of unformatted VANGUARD Skirmish Rules & Tactical RPG.
Dr. Joe, Diana, ckutalik, me
Me, Joe, C., Diana, ckutalik
Victor Raymond, Jeff Dee, Manda Dee, and my arm
--The Dee's chose to use paper minis rather than Chirine's figures
It was a charming session, although we had to leave just as things were really looking up.
I want to thank those who took photos.
--I'm not entirely sure who took which, but it is very much appreciated.
---I'll gladly credit them as I receive word.
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