[size=120]Simon’s group continues in this 2 part series of Victorian Superheroes badassery. Afterwards he might throw another short adventure in the same setting of Kerberos![/size]
Players: Stephan. Hexerei, AmLash
[size=120]-H- will DM something less Madonnaesque, less experimental.
This time even with plot, check it out!
If Cthulhu makes it, he’ll call. If not, things will be looking Grimm.[/size]
prerequest for players: foolhardiness.
Players: Drew Nathan Uts (Thopthes)
People showing up: Chylli, Philipp, Alrik
Place: Spielbar, Lederergasse 26
Post here if you are coming and want to DM/play, at which group you want to play. I’ll try to keep the first post updated.
I didn’t know that, but that’s cool. I’ll cook something up.
Er, yes, well. Um. Apologies for the, shall we say, unorthodox games recently. I’ve been experimenting a bit and trying to figure out a few things. Sorry if the games have at times seemed as aimless as a Madonna movie. I’m over it now. Truly.
So this week, if anybody is still foolhardy enough to take a seat at my table, I’ll run something a bit more traditional. Like with a plot, and an actual beginning and ending. Maybe even a middle, too.
If nobody at the table has played Grimm yet, I wouldn’t mind revisiting that. Otherwise, I’m thinking Call of Cthulhu. Have to keep that Total Party Fate Worse Than Death streak going …
Well - originally I actually planned on GMing something this week cause H said he wanted to join Simon’s game but life apparently doesn’t want me to find time enough time for that.
So I’m not sure when I’m gone make it tomorrow.
If I make it (in time) I’ll join the group that needs another player.
@Simon: what’s the name again of the Victorian RPG again?[/quote]
Well, the ruleset is called Savage Worlds, but it is a somewhat general ruleset.
It aims at representing pulp stories from the turn of the century and because these were quite varied, from Tarzan to Flash Gordon to the Shadow or Doc Savage, the system is designed to be fairly agnostic…
The setting is called the “Kerberos club”.
As we discussed, it is a rarity as it has been written for no less than three totally different systems…