Tag: Sigil PD

Feb 09

Sigil PD: Chapter 43, Part 1

  Power-crazed mage, Fiasco interlude limitations & scanning   The big news from the game on Saturday was that Fiasco was fun, easy to run and created just the story I wanted. A water demon, a symbiotic leech, a power-crazed mage and an undercover investigator stumbled around planning a cult ritual. By the end of …

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Feb 05

Sigil PD: Chapter 42, Part 2

  Poor Wednesday, writing Fiasco playsets & story structure     In the end, Wednesday was not productive for the Fiasco prep. However, yesterday was a lot better. I compiled three of the four Playset sheets, with only Objects remaining. These sheets were a mixture of ideas from the Sigil PD setting, and options adapted from …

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Feb 04

The Sigil Courier: Chapter 41

All Seem Pendulous Noon, Farmday, Secret Week, Delve Season, 1034. Faceless Butcher As if the plague of sentient flies was not enough, a fresh horror stalks the City of Doors. When demons and angels walk the streets in peace, there is little in the Cosmos to shock Sigillians. Until now. The Sigil Courier has learnt …

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Feb 02

Sigil PD: Chapter 42, Part 1

  Missing core Players, weak revelations & Fiasco playsets   The session on Saturday was the penultimate HeroQuest game of the Sigil PD campaign. It brought a revelation and a murdered ASP Investigator. Had either of the Players who began the campaign been present, then these new facts might have elicited more of a reaction. …

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Feb 02

January 2016 Reviewed

  At the start of January, I posted my Writing Resolutions for 2016.   As I did last year, I keep these goals in focus by posting regular updates about my progress. The original post outlined four categories of resolution: Blogging Resolutions Freelance & Publishing Resolutions Fiction Resolutions Gaming Resolutions   It is time to …

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