Supremacy 1914 – New Campaign!

I am starting a new campaign which will be a series of blog posts going through my awesome journey fighting in the online strategy game: Supremacy 1914. Supremacy 1914 is a browser-based WWI based strategy game, where you take control of a leader of a real or fictional power back then. You then have to […]

Session 5: Departures (RQ3E)

Grogar strode forward, ready to deal with the slowly approaching dragonewt. The others struggled to see in the gloom. They had only just been able to follow Grogar through the winding passages of the cavern, and now were only vaguely aware of a dark shadow approaching. Scrooge muttered under his breath, and suddenly light burst […]

Session 4: In which the proverbial hits the fan (RQ3E)

It was in hindsight, Scrooge thought absently, probably not the greatest idea to drop a bright light down into the dark hole. In his defence there was no way of knowing there would be creatures to be attracted to that light. That being said, what else did he expect to find down a dark, creepy […]

Session 3: The Screw-up (RQ3E)

Verrater felt a little out of his depth approaching the Dragonewt, but as the Empire’s representative, he felt it was his duty to initiate contact. It would be better, after all, to avoid facing twelve of the creatures when one had almost killed him. “My name is Verrater Bealdor, representative of the Lunar Empire on […]

Session 2: The Birds (RQ3E)

Verrater was glad he had sent others ahead of him toward the cave’s entrance. The bird towered over all of them and was clearly preparing to peck. Grogar, the only one of them who was even a mildly realistic threat to such a beast was ten metres below him, slightly dazed after an awkward fall. […]

The Adventure Begins (RQ3E)

This is the first in a series of blog posts about the misadventures the BGSC’s first Roleplaying Group have undertaken. The rules system behind these stories is RuneQuest 43rd Edition and the setting is the world of Glorantha where Trolls and duck-people (think Donal Duck) count more regularly among the people than Elves or Dwarves. […]