As well as getting my wargames table up and running, I’d like to play a lot more RPGs in 2016. 12 RPGs in 12 months. Or at least 12 different settings.
Here’s a selection of RPGs from my library that I’d like to give an airing. It’s been a wee while since I rolled dem bones!
Day 2: Kickstarted game most pleased I backed:
Got hardbacked books + lots of PDF supplements through all the unlocked stretch goals.
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“The Williamson Tunnels are a labyrinth of tunnels in the Edge Hill area of Liverpool, England, which were built under the direction of the eccentric businessman Joseph Williamson between the early 19th century and 1840.”
“[He]… acquired an area of land… which was then a largely undeveloped outcrop of sandstone… [and] started to build houses on the site. These houses were eccentric in design “of the strangest description” without any rational plans…”
“He continued to employ his workmen, sometimes to carry out apparently pointless tasks, such as moving rubble from one place to another, then back again. His major project was to build a labyrinth of brick-arched tunnels in various directions and over various lengths within the sandstone.”
“Williamson was secretive about his motives. This has led to speculation that he was a member of an extremist religious sect fearing that the end of the world was near and that the tunnels were built to provide refuge for himself and his friends.”
“New mushroom-shaped animals from the deep sea have been discovered which could not be placed in any recognised group of animals.”
The stories in H.P. Lovecraft’s Dream Cycle are some of my favourite weird tales. I’ve just heard news that The Dreamlands film could be a reality through the wonders of crowdfunding.
According to the production team The Dreamlands will be…
… based on H.P. Lovecraft’s short stories “Celephaïs”, “The White Ship”, “The Strange High House in the Mist” and “The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath” among others. It will build upon the world created by H.P. Lovecraft but also remain faithful to his core concepts of fantastic escapism and cosmic horror.
Huan Vu (director, writer) previously worked on Die Farbe, a film adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft’s “The Colour Out of Space”, which renowned Lovecraftian scholar S.T. Joshi called “one of the best Lovecraft adaptations you will ever see”. Here’s a 6 minute trailer of The Dreamlands to whet your appetite for what could possibly be…
As of today (07/07/14) the project is almost 60% funded with 28 days to go before the crowdfunding deadline. Here’s a link to the project page on Indiegogo if you want to help bring The Dreamlands to life…
“East Grinstead has an unusually diverse range of religious and spiritual organisations for a town of its size.”
I wonder why…
Just sayin’ 😉