Monthly Archives: December 2013

Get Ready for the Farewell

So, here’s the thing: work is taking me away from home for about three weeks, and – while the timing hasn’t been confirmed – it’s probably going to be from late January to mid-February. That makes timing the Kickstarter for … Continue reading

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Direct Action: OP NIFLEHEIM – Challenges

The below challenges aren’t really linked to any given area, although the first and last (approach and tossing the camp) are events. The rest refer to NPCs one might meet within the camp. Before the game, it is important that … Continue reading

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Direct Action: OP NIFLEHEIM – Handout Prep

Last post regarding OP NIFLEHEIM gave the general situation and how the PCs would be introduced to the adventure. As a side note, I’m using Canadian military operations titling system, in which the first letter of the name is the … Continue reading

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Direct Action: OP NIFLEHEIM – Sitrep

A while back I was posting parts of the adventures I was running while playtesting a modern military special operations campaign which I called Direct Action. The last adventure was OP GRANGE. OP NIFLEHEIM follows on from OP GRANGE and has … Continue reading

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Good News, Bad News

I’ve got some good news and some bad news. The good news? The physical copies of Centurion: Legionaries of Rome are with our fulfillment company and should be in the mail any time now, if not already. The bad news? … Continue reading

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Starting to Kick

While things have been quiet here and on my blog for the last little while, we all know that has to change. Unless this is your first visit, you must be aware that in January, I’m going to be Kickstarting … Continue reading

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Encountering Nefertiti

I’m very much a seat-of-my-pants GM. I like to have some minimum prep completed, a safety net of information ready for me, and then just go. The narrative that evolves in play has generally proved superior to whatever I’ve planned, … Continue reading

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