Two years after busting up the Cobra run drug gang in New York, Inspector Jackie (Chris Sims) is visited by his brother Ray, his niece Angela (Kat Murphy), and notable street tough Tommy Euphrates (John Patrick Coan.) A lot has changed for our heroes in two years, but somethings never change as a policeman’s ball turns into a deadly hostage crisis. The shadow of doom looms over our rag tag team as they face down an old enemy. Can they prevail? Listen in and find out!
And speaking of Feng Shui 2…
The classic RPG of Hong Kong-inspired cinematic action is back, refurbished with a fresh bag of ammo for a new generation!
Feng Shui is a super-fun game, and I expect Feng Shui 2 to be even better, and their Kickstarter is BLOWING UP.
Check it out, y’all!
bitchinville said: I should take this as a challenge and get together some short adventures for Sword & Backpack. Hmm…
Seriously, I’d love to see what you come up with.
Hmm, makes me feel like I should put together a hashtag or something.
So some of you may have noticed it’s September… 12th? Seriously? Already? Oy…
So some of you may have noticed it’s September 12th and I have not embarked on my yearly adventure writing project, A September of Short Adventures.
Well, the answer is, between friends’ weddings, SPX, King of Trios (CHIKARA’s back, I don’t know if you heard), and friends’ birthday parties, I’ve been crazy busy (busier than usual), and decided to make a change to preserve my sanity.
So look out for An October of Short Adventures, coming October 1st.
Think I’m gonna start planning more adventures in the way that One Last Job plans adventures.
"Here’s the (theoretical) endgame, and here’s how it ties into one of the characters.
But to get there, there’s going to be an obstacle—that’s why we need character B.
But before that, Character C is going to have to accomplish THEIR objective.”
Give everyone a planned moment in the sun, then let them take the plan off the rails of their own volition.
Traveller in particular, with its wildly varying character types, seems like it’d be a good fit for this style.
Last weekend, my brother, a friend, and I got together online and made characters for two games we’re going to start playing—the War of Ashes RPG playtest, and 13th Age.
Both games are a blast to make characters for! My brother said FATE was the most fun he ever had making a character and our friend said he felt like his character was more developed after our chargen session than he did after playing through full adventures with other games.
Meanwhile, I loved 13th Age. I am not a fan of that vein of D&D derivatives—I’m terrible at tactical character creation—but I really enjoyed making a character in the game! Whether I enjoy actually playing is another story, but for now, I’m in love.