Monthly Archives: September 2008

Spec Ops Burn

So, I’ve written up mini-settings for Burn Notice campaigns in both a fantasy and Victorian horror genres. Let’s look at the modern genre now. Granted, Burn Notice is a modern action-adventure, so rather than a spy character, let’s cook up … Continue reading

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Victorian Burn

Continuing Burn Notice as the basis for a campaign, I wanted to continue to follow the genres presented in the True20 Revised Edition, though not in the order presented. This time, I want to look at horror. Now I’m not … Continue reading

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Hadrapole Burn

Earlier, I wrote about Burn Notice and creating campaigns using it as a template. One night after watching a couple of episodes, I had ideas for all sorts of campaigns. I noticed that the campaigns I had imagined fit the … Continue reading

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Burn Notice as Campaign

I’ve been able to watch episodes of the USA Network‘s  Burn Notice. It’s the story of a spy–Michael Weston–who has been declared “unreliable,” and loses everything his life as a spy had afforded him. He is barred from leaving Miami … Continue reading

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New Purposes, New Posts

With Sword’s Edge Publishing on hiatus since the birth of my daughter (going on 2 years) and the expectation of another little one (due in February), I’ve decided to use the website for all gaming related news, views, and thoughts. … Continue reading

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