Changing Breeds: Catch Up

Raymond recently ran a one shot of Changing Breeds: the New World of Darkness were-beast supplement. Most of the players were new to NWoD, and a couple had little role playing experience. All in all it was a really fun game, and an excellent recording.

In this scenario the players had to try and track down a missing friend. It was a standard investigation scenario that culminated in am epic battle. The person the PCs were searching for was a go between for the various shifters of Darwin. They had a meeting with him that he didn’t turn up for.

If you are new to World of Darkness we feel this is a pretty good look at how it plays.

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Farewell from the past, I’m Raymond.

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2 comments

  1. hey Raymond, as a resident of Darwin I can say you did a good job representing it from research alone. Also it’s great to hear actual plays in the Australian accent – keep it up.

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    1. I’m glad you like it Pete. I try to include Australia/Australians in my games and settings when ever I can. I feel it is under utilised. I created a mining town on Mars founded by Australians for one of our eclipse phase games.

      Darwin is SUPER under utilised in like everything forever, so of course i had to use it.

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