I’ll keep that in mind! Actually, I wouldn’t mind having a list of Tumblr folks that would like to do an online game. Anyone that sees this and is interested, go ahead and message me, m’kay? I’ll make a list of peeps that are interested so I can contact ya’ll later about it, if I do get the time.
I know the term “Lovecraftian” is thrown about a wee bit too often these days, but honestly, I think King Ghidorah’s origin in the Godzilla sequel(s) needs to be something along the lines of “At the Mountains of Madness”. If Edwards and his crew manage to strike the right balance between Ghidorah’s meteor crashing-origin in his first film, and some Lovecraftian ancient astronaut/Antarctic horror, they would be on to a definite winner.
That would be a very interesting take on Ghidorah’s origin. I’d love to see that! As a huge Godzilla AND Lovecraftian horror fan, mixing the two concepts has always been a pleasant thought. We’ll just have to wait and see what ol’ Edwards does, though.
No, I’m afraid not. :( Or rather, I just don’t want to do a game with only one player online. If you were ANYWHERE in the Polk County area of Florida, I’d totally say hop on in here. I’m sorry, though. :o I hope you find a lovely group to play with!
Something has come to the Screaming Vortex. Void Ships, and entire fiefdoms, have been destroyed or have gone missing in the Ragged Helix. The Pirate Princes and the Dark Mechanicum within the Helix have mobilized, ready for a full scale war to defend their home, but whatever is taking out entire fiefdoms doesn’t want itself known.
The party will start out in the Helix, and will encounter this threat. They may choose to ignore it, but doing so may well change the Screaming Vortex forever. Whatever it is, it isn’t waiting on the party to act.
All time fav
A working miniature (10.5cms long) wheellock pistol originating from Germany, 19th century.