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GM: James Brittain
You are part of a Freewheel Council cabal who must steal a priceless atlantean artifact from the archeology collection in the Burke Museum at the University of Washington, Seattle. The artifact was recovered by a professor in the archeology department on excavation of the site of a slaughter of Spanish soldiers, their bodies buried with in a mass grave along with all the crates and cargo they were caravanning to the sea. You don't know why but your cabal has been receiving dreams and prophecies that the artifact must be returned to its rightful location and that somehow, the fate of the world hangs...
GM: Sherm S
Note: This is a private game. By invitation only. The world is darkness. Things unknown coil in the shadows. Beasts of eld, once held back by the power of Atlantis, are returning from the mists of time. Magic is the enemy and mages all over the world are dying under strange circumstances. Even the Seers of the Throne are afraid, and their fear makes them callous. Something strange bumps in the night and a cabal of young mages are tasked with defending the world from a truth it cannot bear to face.
GM: Doctor Mandible
This game is mostly Mage, but if you have a strong desire to make a Hunter, Vampire, Changling, or Werewolf who am I to stop you? Have fun. This is for my IRL friends only, sorry.
GM: William Carroll
This is an exploratory game crossing over from standard World of Darkness in to other White Wolf settings. It takes place in Tucson, Arizona and mostly centers around a group of college students reflective of our real-life extended group of friends. We began with World of Darkness as the party solved a problem involving a Civil War soldier haunting a chest, and have since moved on to a Vampire setting and are now on hiatus during a Werewolf arc.
GM: Robyn Finner
Everyone thinks that their children are special, but growing up, you all knew that you were more so than the others. You noticed things that other kids didn’t. You were able to talk other kids into things. You were able to withstand more abuse from bullies than the others. You had strange dreams. Animals liked you, even wild ones. You knew how to make plants grow better. All of these qualities were explained when you were visited by your absentee parent who turned out to be a God. Now things begin to make more sense, but it’s not all a...
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Player: Melissa Volkmann
Despite being an exchange student, Soo Min is generally a typical teenage girl. She loves music (N*Sync, whaaat?), books, movies, academic clubs and American culture. However, despite all the distractions from being in a new country, she's still focused on her ultimate goal: to become a doctor.
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Back when Strangeness in the Proportion was being serialized on White Wolf’s website, we received feedback from readers, even as we were still editing sections to be released (and further polishing for its upcoming ebook and print incarnations). That was the coolest thing about serializing and the immediacy of interaction...
"Would you like to hear a story? This is a good one. And very short. This is the story and the story goes: Simon meets Janie D. at work. She tells him who hurt her. She smiles. This is love. This is rigor mortis." My first novel, Strangeness in the...
It's milestone time, my lovelies. My first novel is finally up for sale -- Strangeness in the Proportion (published by White Wolf). Just tickle the beautiful corpse below: Boy meets girl. Boy looses girl. Boy gets girl back... ...one piece at a time. To answer a few questions about the...
Several weeks ago, I found myself editing a chapter of my book and yelling at a character. “You idiot!” I yelled. “Don’t do it!” But he did. He always does. On a less pensive note, MY SERIALIZED NOVEL IS DONE! This is a project I have worked on (on and...
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- Minneapolis / St. Paul
- joined Apr 22, 2012
I have been gaming, steady mostly, for just about 20 years now, and have just started learning to role play. I'd like to continue learning. I am interested in almost any type of game except d20 and fantisy (what's left?). I love present, future, dark future, post apoc., games, high or low tech, magic or none, but heroic in nature. I...
- joined Jan 09, 2012
So, I play GURPS 3rd ed, D&D 3.5 & 4th, Some Shadowrun 3rd ed, but it's been a long time. I've been interested in White Wolf, specifically Scion, but never played. Generally, I like to do things, not just hit things. I really enjoy systems that allow for XP gain from talking someone into something, for example. In games,...
- joined Jun 27, 2011
- joined Feb 22, 2011
Most games I like are older or have gone through very little change, I do play D20, but if the book was published byWotC there is something better.
- joined Dec 02, 2010
Hi, everyone! I'm avid gamer and Game Master from the place on the verges of civlization called Lublin, in Poland. ;] In my decade carrier in playing and running games I've come to many systems and love most of them, from classical D&D, Star Wars, World of Darkness and Call of Cthulhu or Eclipse Phase to even smaller and indie...
- Las Vegas
- joined Nov 09, 2010
Trying to balance out the male:female gamer ratio one chick at a tiiiime. (:
A long time gamer; I love to run and also play in games. The majority of my experience has been in running games and in particular enjoy the following systems:Dungeons and Dragons 3.5World of Darkness (Old)World of Darkness (New) BESMShadow Run 4th Ed.I live in Cincinnati with my lovely wife and our two kids. Have been out of the gaming...
- joined Oct 10, 2010
Jess is a novelist and freelance writer, editor and game developer. She's an avid LARPer, and has belonged to The Camarilla (White Wolf's fan club and LARP organization for over a decade.) She also is an avid tabletop, board and card gamer. In addition to her game publication work, Jess writes "One Geek to Another", a weekly etiquette and...