Tag Archives: A Team of Losers

Quo Vadis, SEP?

In my last post I was looking at costing League of Extraordinary Misfits, and came out with production cost for doing the book right at $5,680 USD, without printing and shipping. I could probably get away with $2,650, and shipping … Continue reading

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Paying for League of Extraordinary Misfits

With a League of Extraordinary Misfits completed, I have to decide what I want to do with it. Do I want to release as something parred down โ€“ bare and functional? Do I want to include art? Maps? What are … Continue reading

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League of Extraordinary Misfits

If you’ve been around here long enough, You’ve probably read about the game with the working title A Team of Pulp Losers. Well, that game is no more, and rising from the ashes is . . . League of Extraordinary … Continue reading

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Disappearing Characters

The playtest campaign for A Team of Pulp Losers (needs better name) is complete, and I’m very happy with how the game held up. I ran my home group through a globe (and dimension) trotting adventure finding the lost pieces … Continue reading

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SEP State of Play

Every week Iโ€™m trying to get two articles up on the website, but some weeks itโ€™s tougher than others. Tuesdays I generally like to have an advice column while on Thursdays I write about inspiration. This time, instead of providing … Continue reading

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From Here to There

In case you were wondering, the Nefertiti Overdrive Kickstarter is now 67% funded. And over at the SEP Google+ community, I’ve listed all the games which I have designed/am designing. Of possible interest. ๐Ÿ˜‰

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Mandarins of Manchukuo – the Supernatural Opponents

A supernatural adventure is no good without supernatural opponents. The PCs encountered a few of these in “Mandarins of Manchukuo,” but rather than being based on actual mythic lore, these were based on mass media adaptations. The first of these, … Continue reading

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