new world of darkness

Interview with Olivia Hill

Olivia is a wonderful game dev that had influence on our own work before we even knew who she was. Involved in several projects over the years, she recently started advocating for a new way of producing games. (more…)

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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The Crusading Couch episode 6: game reviews!

April’s episode of The Crusading Couch is here and ready for the listeners!
This month we tested out a new episode format where we review (for lack of a better word) three RPGs. We outlined their settings, touched on the rules, discussed the various pro’s and con’s of the games, and then suggest who might enjoy these games.

The three games we talked about were: Eclipse Phase, New World of Darkness, and Star Wars: Edge of the Empire.

Reminder that tomorrow is the last day of this months writing challenge. Raymond feels a little behind so he’s got a lot of typing to do today!

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