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    952 KB Goals Thread Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)15:51 No.13902470  
    ITT: we post our projects and our progress on them.
    OK. finally making some headway on this damn map.
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)15:55 No.13902496
    Looks good OP, mountains end a bit abruptly in the centre but good nonetheless.
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)15:56 No.13902506
    they do, don't they?
    I figured the inland sea would negate that issue..
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)15:58 No.13902520

    I like how you just added one letter to Osgiliath and left it at that.
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)15:59 No.13902525
    Doesn't have to be a sea, not necessarily inland either.
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)16:01 No.13902542
    Well, it is ha
    But I guess for the players and the purposes of this thread, it doesn't really matter.
    I'm mocking my players for NONE of them reading LotR. It kills me, and I like a little piece of Tolkien in my campaigns. They'll never go there anyways (unless they get _really_ crazy)

    >no one else has projects?
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)16:03 No.13902552
    I still think it looks like the caucasus. Don't tell me that the Ottoman Empire-esque nation lies south of the mountain chain.
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)16:07 No.13902596
    It's modeled after the geography of Turkey, yes. Similar climate, but with a magially-growing forest to the north..which also serves as the main plot hook, but they dont know it yet.
    >magus normally has a project going, maybe he's working?
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)16:13 No.13902650
    Nobody else has projects?
    For shame, /tg/.
    >> Asuham Boone !k9Nz7Wxe9w 02/14/11(Mon)16:22 No.13902716
    My only real /tg/ related project right now is my Bookmark Project. I'm about halfway through my Fantasy Battle books, then I have to finish u the WHFRP 2E books I got.
    >> Geth 02/14/11(Mon)16:23 No.13902719
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    Monster Waifu card game >.>
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)16:23 No.13902721
    one more bump before i let it die. might try again later after work.
    >> one-eyed hermit 02/14/11(Mon)16:23 No.13902724
    planning my 24 hour drawfag thread
    progress: 1%
    ...maybe next saturday...
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)16:25 No.13902737
    I'm...more intrigued than I should be.
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)16:25 No.13902738
    >not sure if interested
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)16:28 No.13902766
    no that is the opposite of what it does.

    The inland sea exacerbates the problem, because it shows that the drop-off really is that sudden, since there's water here.
    >> The Sandwich Man !!bDwD9qQk0rJ 02/14/11(Mon)16:28 No.13902767
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    Redwall RPG, made out of Mouseguard.

    Just got an IRL playtesting crew together.

    Mapped out the plan for the project. About to start fluff once I have the time between classes.
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)16:29 No.13902772
    Why would we? We have no friends to play with anyway. Especially those of us that are on at this time of day.
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)16:29 No.13902773
    Well, mountains can and do trial off into bodies of water. My map doesn't show it because I used a repeating block of copy-pasted MSpaint "mountains," but I don't think it's completely implausible.
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)16:39 No.13902861
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    I've been making a campaign setting for my Pathfinder group, took me nearly a day in photoshop to make this map. We've already played 10 sessions and the world is taking shape fairly well.
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)16:40 No.13902879
    >inb4 mountain herpfest
    i like it, anon. i need to add more color variation to mine.
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)16:42 No.13902890
    I am three quarters done with my Terminator-themed World of Darkness campaign. With luck, I'll have it done by game day, this Wednesday.

    The character stuff I did seems solid; eight new Merits, plus stats for equipment.

    Feels good, man.
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)16:42 No.13902894
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    A good map can lend a lot of authenticity to a setting. Here's one I've been gradually churning out.

    Constructive criticism, OP: Your map seems a bit bland. Try having large and small patches of mountains rather than FOREST HERE, MOUNTAINS HERE. THESE ARE ALL THE MOUNTAINS, THESE ARE ALL THE TREES.
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)16:44 No.13902917
    what font is that?
    the forest is supposed to look out of place. it shouldnt be there, and that's a big part of the storyline. the mountains though, could be branched out, but I'm not sure that makes sense? to the south is just desert.
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)16:45 No.13902921
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    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)16:45 No.13902926
    >A good map can lend a lot of authenticity to a setting. Here's one I've been gradually churning out.

    It's an example of what not to do?
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)16:46 No.13902940
    yep, they dont play magic either. and that's one of my favorite lands. it was also a last-minute addition to give the mountains more political importance.
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)16:47 No.13902944


    If you don't already have it.
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)16:49 No.13902959
    I gave the OP constructive criticism. I'd recommend you do the same.

    What should I change, anon?
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)16:49 No.13902961
    i never understood maps like this, that potentially show an entire planet, and there's only islands on it.
    your arctic reaches landmass makes the map seem to cover a LOT more land area than the countries in the center would imply. that could either be an polynesia excerpt or Kevin Costner's Waterworld.
    I think OPs map is better, and more streamlined for a campaign. just imo
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)16:49 No.13902963
    I didn't know Pathfinder took place in Forgotten Realms...
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)16:49 No.13902970
    Almost everything. Sorry, I don't have time to give a full critique, I have to go to class.
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)16:50 No.13902975
    *better in that it seems more pertinent to playing a game*
    that was unclear.
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)16:50 No.13902977
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    I'm working on populating each of these burroughs and sectors for now.
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)16:51 No.13902986
    I have a general dislike for Forgotten Realms, and have never played, only read The Monsheas Trilogy, one of my players suggested the name
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)16:52 No.13902989
    >i never understood maps like this, that potentially show an entire planet, and there's only islands on it.

    they're called continents, brah
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)16:53 No.13902997
    It's actually showing a region in the campaign, not the whole world. Due to the relatively close grouping of the continents here, people in this general area of the world have had contact with each other for quite some time. Not much is known about the world outside of the mapped region, though rumors persist that there are lands way, way out there.

    As for the Reaches, it's actually a landmass of its own accord, and doesn't start getting frost-covered year round until well off the map. The climate of what you can see on the map is probably akin to Maine or Washington state, if you're an Americafag like I am.

    I had to go for a more expansive map for this campaign, because I made the mistake of allowing the players to get an airship. Silly, silly me.
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)16:54 No.13903013
    >I call shit terrible, but don't elaborate why so as to provide any meaningful discussion.

    Cool story, bro.
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)16:56 No.13903029
    yeah but theyre tiny, in comparison to the land in the south.
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)17:11 No.13903111
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    you're right, completely unrealistic
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)17:13 No.13903124
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    If you compare it to this, it's pretty proportional.

    Though yeah, you're right, it is a little larger than it should be. Not dramatically or imbalancingly so, though.
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)17:13 No.13903128
    This. The land in the south isn't huge, it just looks that way because of the map projection used.
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)17:15 No.13903146

    Not to mention because it's a fantasy map, and the cartographer in question may not have had perfect knowledge of the geography of the antarctic regions in the first place.
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)17:17 No.13903157
    You know what would be nice on these maps? A legend to explain if that dot over there is a tiny village or a huge metropolis.

    Those maps just don't make much sense to me otherwise.
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)17:19 No.13903170
    How did you go about naming geographical features on your map?

    Not OP, just a curious Anon.
    >> Salamanders Fanbro !!C+aj9Hmz1qe 02/14/11(Mon)17:23 No.13903208
    > I allowed the players to get an airship
    You're the GM, just take it away again. Preferably in as violent and final a way as possible.
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)17:25 No.13903216
    What are some good mapmaking programs? Does anyone know any?
    >> CĂș AirĂșath Siblaid 02/14/11(Mon)17:27 No.13903232
    Stop being fat.

    Stop being a fuck-up in every other way.

    Make Outlaw Trader, the Outlaw Star RPG based off of Rogue Trader.
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)17:27 No.13903237
    Geographical features, or cities?

    If it's cities and civilization names, I try and sound things out. Try and use names in the same phonetic set, give each nation its own phonetic feel. Like how "Paris" sounds different from "Moscow." Names like "Five Pillars" and those in the far east of the map sound so plain because their nation's phonetic set is so far removed from the norm that a literal translation was easier for the mapmakers.

    As for individual names, I just thought of what people from certain areas would call things. The Abali Mountains in Rahmala, for example, are named after the in-game nation of Abal, that was swallowed up centuries back by the Rahmalans.

    When all else fails, I borrow a real life nation's phonetic set, like with all the names in the nation of Jomun. When I do that, it also gives my players a better feel for what kind of culture (Arabic merchants/traders, sands, etc) to expect from the region at a glance. Though, if I do it too much, it cheapens the whole exercise of making my own world, so it's a tradeoff.
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)17:30 No.13903262
    Oh don't worry, I plan to. But I'm waiting for them to sink some time and effort into it, for maximum rage at me and the BBEG that blew it up.

    Photoshop is easy to make a basic map in if you know what you're doing. Aside from that, no idea.
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)17:31 No.13903264
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    Map of the surrounding area for a swamp-based campaign for Pathfinder. I'm currently drawing the tokens, since I'm too poor to buy minis.
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)17:34 No.13903283
    Bigyellowmapanon here. I love it, very Tolkien-ish.

    Did you make it yourself?
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)17:36 No.13903307
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    I'm mostly finished with a very large PDF for my 3.5 Campaign setting.

    Took about 4 months once I actually started dedicating time to it and making a legitimate document.

    Pic Related, it's the cover art
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)17:37 No.13903313
    could we get a storyline summary?
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)17:40 No.13903331
    "And a child shall lead them", a Delta Green/PISCES/modern day Cthulhu scenario. 15%

    A PISCES campaign to play it in, probably involving an updated Tatters of the King, the Cult of Transcendence and possibly working against PISCES itself. 20%

    A Hollow Earth Expedition campaign with my own vision of how Atlantis fell, including Serpent People and old school vampires. 25%

    I really ought to focus.
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)17:40 No.13903338
    The real question I have here is, which one of them is shouting "come at me, bro"?

    Is it both of them?
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)17:46 No.13903373

    Yeah, I drew it. Also currently working on a map of the swamp itself.

    I'm one half of the artist duo for the blog Dungeons & Drawings on blogspot. (http://dungeonsanddrawings.blogspot.com/)
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)17:53 No.13903426
    Love the blog. A lot of the drawings have that dark, mythic, and vibrant... almost Guillermo Del Toro-esque? feel to them.

    Time to start saving to my monsters folder en masse.
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)17:55 No.13903450

    Thank you. A bunch of those pics are actually requests from people on /tg/. Feel free to suggest a monster you'd like to see.
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)18:00 No.13903486
    i was hoping the Land of Luste guy would show up.
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)18:36 No.13903811
    Those pictures are amazing! I wish I could draw anywhere near as good as you. I always get discouraged when I try to take lessons or self teach because I feel like I don't have any talent so no matter how hard I try, nothing will improve.

    But you definitely have an amazing amount of talent and skill there. Awesome blog.

    I would like to request a Mind Flayer. That would be wicked awesome to see and I didnt see it on your blog already.

    Do you do non-Monster Manual monster requests?
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)19:00 No.13904001

    We take requests from any D&D books. We're only doing monsters/races now, but in the future we may start doing other D&D related images.

    Getting good at drawing is something that anyone can learn, but it's one of those things that needs persistance and a lot of just plain recreational drawing. A good way to learn how to draw is to copy photographs of people/animals/places.
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)19:02 No.13904011
    Sweet! Thank you! I will keep trying. I am also going to start following your blog. Great work!
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)19:06 No.13904051
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    The knight. Definitely the knight.


    It's sort of generic I'm afraid, but I'll give it a shot.

    In the very beginning there was but one being, a nameless entity who would later come to be called the Creator. The Creator gave form to the Six Elder Gods, beings of great power that worked with the Creator to form the multiverse and all life. Unfortunately, the creation of all of this life awakened an ancient and powerful being: Thanatos (the god of Death).

    Centuries passed and more gods were born and died. Worlds were created and destroyed, but one planet (the main one, Vastitas) endured and drew the attention of the gods. Three nations were rapidly growing: Acidalia in the West, the Achvarl Kingdoms in the central continent, and the Empire of the Risen Sun in the East. Other nations of non-humans also began to form, such as the dwarven kingdoms south of the Achvarls, the elves on the isle of Isidis, and the garudian (mortal avoral with a knack for knowledge, order, and lore) on a small island north of the Achvarls.

    In Acidalia the humans were skilled masters of magic and technology, but their skill gave birth to hubris, which ultimately led to the downfall of the continent-covering nation. In the Achvarl Kingdoms a young prince denied the existence of the gods and took a pilgrimage to the Kingdoms' tallest mountain and lived there for years as a hermit to meditate and try to find meaning in life. The Empire of the Risen Sun spent much of its time combating the demons and other monsters of the Shadowed Lands, a wasteland of fell magic that grew with each passing year.

    Continued below...
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)19:20 No.13904163
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    The king of the gods is Mishnikai, the god of the sun (Sunlight being an important motif in most cultures, so I considered it fitting). He and his wife (a moon goddess) had two sons: Lothcar and Snyzen. The former is the god of war and the favored son of his parents, and the second was born as a sort of "living sacrifice." Snyzen became a vessel for all of the chaos and evil in the world (I'm not implying that chaos is evil, in fact I prefer the alignment to lawful, although I'm more of a N, NG kind of guy). Unfortunately the powers of evil and chaos corrupted Snyzen and he attempted to bring down the other gods and rule the Pantheon and the multiverse as the sole deity. His attempts ultimately failed, but they resulted in the deaths of hundreds of gods, thousands of worlds, and millions of mortals. In the end Snyzen was trapped in the Abyss, an ever changing plane of chaos.

    Some side effects of the Godfell (the event that Snyzen started) was the creation of the drow race when the former goddess of magic betrayed her sister goddess. Her followers were cursed and marked by the nature goddess and became what are now known as drow. During the beginning of the Godfell a mortal was promoted to godhood when his patron deity was killed, and he eventually fused his essence with Thanatos, but wiped the event from the memories of every being, mortal and immortal (except the god of knowledge, who knows everything).

    Pic related, it's the image I use for Snyzen. Continued below...
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)19:25 No.13904205
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    The Achvarl prince from the first post achieved godhood and started a religion that proclaimed that he was the only true god and that the others were false idols and powerful outsiders. This causes tension between the followers of Mithras (the monotheistic god) and the worshipers of the other gods, and both sides are capable of drawing on the powers of their gods, which further confuses many mortals (and as the world builder I haven't decided which side is right and which side is wrong).

    On Vastitas, only the continent of Elysium was left relatively untouched. Elysium is the main area that my players can explore (and therefore the setting name is named after it). The Achvarl Kingdoms fell and only two cities truly survived. The Acidalians fell and the survivors split into two factions. One faction fled below ground and eventually evolved into the deepling race (which I posted here a few months ago) while the other colonized the western reaches of Elysium and began rebuilding their empire (they're very Greco-Roman). They encountered resistance from the native humans and leonin, but within a century everything north of the Achvarl Desert was under their rule. Unfortunately it didn't last long, as the Kingdoms of Granson and Rumidon united and rebelled.

    During this, the high elves and drow from Isidis were forced to leave their island, which had been mostly destroyed by necromancy and plagues. The elves settled in Surinya Tum and encountered the native wood elves. The drow fled to the mountain caverns, swamps, and darker forests of Elysium.
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    The Empire of the Risen Sun was reduced to the small outcrop on the western part of the map. As the years passed the nations eventually evolved into what they are presently in the Ninth Age of Elysium. Forces from Asphos Dale attempted to conquer Elysium twice, but they were defeated both times. Over time Orwin and the Kingdom of Arc separated from Selaria, and Rumidon and Granson became two nations again.

    The races I allow without question are: Humans, Dwarves, and Aasimar (without edit), Tieflings, Half-Elves, Half-Drow, Drow (with minor editing for balance), Tortles, Orcs, High Elves, Wood Elves, Genasi, and Minotaurs (with fairly significant alterations). New races I made were Deeplings (magically inclined humanoids), leonin (from MtG, but more like actual lions than the advanced humanoid race they are presented as), garudian (the avian owl-people), and Shades (which are so different as to constitute their own race, they don't possess all of the same gimicky powers and are also naturally psionic).

    That's the setting in a nutshell. I think I have it uploaded to an internet storage site and could drop the link if anyone's interested. I'm sort of concerned about the theft of intellectual property since I'm writing a novel in the setting (a lofty goal I know), but I might post it anyway if enough interest is shown.
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)20:21 No.13904636

    OP and requester here, love it. that sounds like a really neat campaign base.
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)21:03 No.13905065
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    Thanks. It took influence from a lot of different things I've read. Snyzen and Lothcar are Cain and Abel, a more detailed history has some heavy LoTR elements (plus I reduced the elves from half a dozen to Tolkien's High and Wood elves), and there's some Forgotten Realms and Eberron influence too.

    It's also sort of unique in that most of the world has been explored and is well known, so adventurers are necessarily blazing new trails, but instead traveling across lands that are supposed to be "tame."
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)23:17 No.13906535
    did they like it proportional to the effort you put into it?
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)23:33 No.13906711
    I've got three projects on my plate, few of which I've done reasonable work on since beginning employment.

    1. Homebrew, pretty heavy, new RPG system. Wuxia style combat where characters can either specialise in a single fictional martial art, or generalise and be decent at many. Each martial art stretches from 1 (learner) to 3 (advanced, maximum for 'generalists') to 5 (absolute master, only capable through specialisation) and has its own strengths and weaknesses. These weaknesses are defined in special abilities, and ratings between low and high in the following areas: Attack, Defense, Damage, Mobility and Maximum Enemies.

    2. Novel I'm writing. Comic fantasy about a fantasy world advanced 500 years so it's solidly in the middle of the age of sail and piracy.

    3. The last one I have done some work on. /tg/s own B-movie horror RPG. I'm going away for work this weekend so I'll probably get a chance to tighten up the areas of weakness a recent game showed me.
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)23:39 No.13906762
    This might help.
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)23:41 No.13906780
    Get thee to One Monk Games.
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)23:46 No.13906807
    Looking at OP's map...

    Is that a road running down the western edge of the mountains? If so, it should probably not be in the same color as the coastlines. And why does it run all the way to the eastern sea with no city at the end? Roads need to go somewhere.
    >> Anonymous 02/14/11(Mon)23:48 No.13906839
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    A line of mountains is perfectly acceptable, and many of those swirly mountains you see on some maps are really tough to do in nature.

    Example required a black hole strike...
    >> Anonymous 02/15/11(Tue)00:03 No.13906958
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    Stuff like this is basically impossible without a lot of magic being involved.
    >> Anonymous 02/15/11(Tue)00:08 No.13907003
    What program do y'all use to make these? I'm working on a world map for a possible game, but photoshop just seems awkward to use
    >> Anonymous 02/15/11(Tue)00:17 No.13907074
    I am supposed to be making pregen characters for a one-shot but it is hard to find motivation.
    >> Anonymous 02/15/11(Tue)01:00 No.13907405
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    Photoshop's more object oriented sibling Illustrator is closer to what the professionals use, but its learning curve is a bit steeper, too.

    Any painting program will work, but may have some influence on the nature of the map.

    For cities I prefer hand-drawing on paper.

    I already have an extensive Home-Brew, started on hex paper years ago, moved to freehand drawn later, and existing in some scanned and altered form now. Never finished, mind you, but mostly because it's all in my head and only needs to be on paper in small pieces.

    For fresh starts I use the US Government and Mother Nature, cleaned up in Paint or similar. Pic related.
    Keep an eye on http://www.weather.gov/radar_tab.php for interesting storms...
    >> Anonymous 02/15/11(Tue)01:10 No.13907500
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    Step 1. Find a good and severely underpopulated area
    Step 2. recruit like minded individuals on forums around the internet.
    Step3. ????

    I'm on step 2.

    World 4 will burn.
    >> Anonymous 02/15/11(Tue)01:10 No.13907505
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    Oh, and encourage your PCs to buy a boat...
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    some (potentially tedious) cleanup...
    >> Anonymous 02/15/11(Tue)01:41 No.13907845
    The russians are beating you to it.
    >> Anonymous 02/15/11(Tue)01:48 No.13907912
    No, they're doing it for profit and LP, I'm going to do it to get victims to sacrifice.
    >> Anonymous 02/15/11(Tue)10:30 No.13910638

    I'm surprised this thread lasted through the night. So far I've only DM'd one session, but so far they all seem to like it well enough. They've all read bits and pieces of the lore and they like that I included some stuff that they've come up with over the years (some of the gods' names were created by one friend several years ago, two other gods are actually my first ever character and the character my best friend usually plays), and a few other odds and ends sprinkled in.

    So far they've just read what's pertinent to their characters, which is all I really ask. The world will unfold around them as they play.
    >> Anonymous 02/15/11(Tue)11:59 No.13911139

    I'm trying to finish writing a campaign for some friends.
    >> Anonymous 02/15/11(Tue)12:38 No.13911402
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    Still working on the /tg/ side project Outsider: the Calling from time to time.

    Making a custom M:tG set with a lovecraftian theme for shits and giggles.

    Planning out a draw quest thread in the vein of Ruby Quest but still story-boarding and making character and concept art and room and puzzle design.

    And other assorted side projects. I should really work on my next WoD quest for my group this week but I'll probably just improvise. One day I'll actually sit down and paint my Tyranids. After I clean the dust off of them...
    >> Anonymous 02/15/11(Tue)13:17 No.13911703
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    My WIP sector map. My own space marine chapter is going to be based here and im going to try and make it compatible so that my group can play a DH/RT or DW game within it once all the background is filled in, still months of write ups to do.
    >> Anonymous 02/15/11(Tue)13:18 No.13911714
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    This one is with warp routes starting to be added, not sure i want to keep them though, it makes it look a bit too messy for me, what do you think?
    >> Anonymous 02/15/11(Tue)13:50 No.13912057
    >Still working on the /tg/ side project Outsider: the Calling from time to time.

    Wait, that's still going? I was the crunch-guy in the last thread, but I haven't seen any since then.
    >> Anonymous 02/15/11(Tue)15:08 No.13912805
    Working on the (seemingly abandoned) /tg/ To Aru RPG, in the hope my friends will enjoy it at Easter.

    The war against canonical imbalances (someone who can copy other people's powers, Accelerator, etc.) and previously created imbalances (Psychometry vs. TIME MANIPULATION, Light vs. Electromagnetic Wave Control, etc.) should end in victory fairly soon.
    >> Anonymous 02/15/11(Tue)16:29 No.13913670
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    My project is a Cyberpunk:2013 game based heavily upon the characters of Disney's animated children's show Handy Manny.

    I've got some basic information down for the pre-generated player characters (each based on one of Manny's talking hand tools), and major NPCs, but haven't touched it in months.
    >> Anonymous 02/15/11(Tue)16:39 No.13913801
    Where'd you get the map symbols?
    >> Anonymous 02/15/11(Tue)16:49 No.13913901
    This thread >>13912866
    is one of two rpgs I'm working on. The saddest thing is that I won't publish them in my country so they will either end up dead or homebrew for me and my pals.

    Also fallout boardgame and another economical-strategical boardgame.

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