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6d6 Fireball is the alter ego of Chris Tregenza. A bit like Superman and Clark Kent except with less spandex.

This account is all about my RPG work and RPG activities (which are pretty much the same thing). For other stuff, check out my personal G+ account. 


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A great idea from +Jaye Foster 
 
The Storm that Thinks - a sentient weather system that just wants a hug.

The wizard Glibeus was old and dying as he sought a way to move his mind into something else.  Whilst he had a spell that would swap minds, he had grander ambitions.  He did not want another weak flesh body; he wanted something that would be powerful and…
The wizard Glibeus was old and dying as he sought a way to move his mind into something else.  Whilst he had a spell that would swap minds, he had grander ambitions.  He did not want another weak flesh body; he wanted something that would be powerful and immortal.  His experiments with constructs having failed, …
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Frustrated Anonymous

‘You can’t be a feminist and like pink’.  ... That’s how the anonymous writer of the Ambivalently Yours blog started out. Tired of having to be labeled feminist or fashion girl when she actually wanted to be both, she decided to embrace her contradictions first by leaving notes anonymously in public places (supermarket, airport shuttle, bank machine), then by blogging and finally by drawing.

http://beautifuldecay.com/2015/06/29/frustrated-anonymous-artist-leaves-illustrations-public-bring-together-love-fashion-feminism/ 
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Tonight’s RPG brainstorming looks at magical items with a dark twist. These are not cursed items or outright evil items, but devices with useful, desirable abilities which have an unpleasant aspect to them. They are items which force characters to make moral choices over right or wrong, or which place a cost on their user in someway. 
This Hangout On Air is hosted by Chris Tregenza. The live video broadcast will begin soon.
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A lovely illustrated, if simplistic, tale. 

http://cargocollective.com/gerova/Tale-of-the-City
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Please help +Andrew Law by spreading the word.

Giving due credit to creative people is important even if there is no financial aspect to it.
 
If anyone with a Twitter account fancies retweeting my attempt to get Full Control to give me an artist credit in ‪#‎SpaceHulkAscension‬, it'd be appreciated. I'm not at all bothered that they used my art -- the copyright for that piece is owned by Games Workshop, after all -- but I am bothered that I'm not credited correctly as my contract with GW stipulates.

My previous G+ post has the details:
https://plus.google.com/u/0/110448434306479099784/posts/fWiQmHZda3N
“Hello @FullControlAps, can I get an artist credit in the spiffy #SpaceHulkAscension? https://t.co/7UJsLFeclQ”
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Aww, thanks for that! :D
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Tonight’s RPG brainstorming looks at magical items with a dark twist. These are not cursed items or outright evil items, but devices with useful, desirable abilities which have an unpleasant aspect to them. They are items which force characters to make moral choices over right or wrong, or which place a cost on their user in someway. 
This Hangout On Air is hosted by Chris Tregenza. The live video broadcast will begin soon.
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Fri, June 19, 2:00 PM
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The Ideal Cage

"_Some studies have suggested that attractiveness can be quantified by symmetry; ... Igor KKK, a Moscow-based designer, used these algorithms to warp celebrity photos into mathematically “ideal” images of themselves; overlaying each photo with logarithmic spirals, Igor applied the resulting proportions to their faces ... Igor’s project is a satirical one that pokes fun at the idealism we give our celebrities."

http://beautifuldecay.com/2015/06/16/igor-kkk-uses-logarithmic-spirals-twist-celebrity-faces-perfect-versions/
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Fibonacci inspired art is always fun. But just maybe a year or two out of fashion. 
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Comics & Women

...be jealous of Sandra Chevrier’s skillful paintings of stunning women covered in superhero. These women she depicts may not be superheroes themselves, but they are covered in iconic imagery of our favorite heroic superhero characters. The French artist creates these incredibly realistic women with paint and vintage comic book pages collaged over sections of their bodies and faces.

http://beautifuldecay.com/2015/06/29/sandra-chevrier-covers-stunning-nude-women-favorite-iconic-superheroes/
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Gygaxan - The sadness of seeing something great which you will never have time to include in an RPG.
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65 Minutes to Go

Already funded but every little helps make a dedicated board game cafe in Nottingham possible.

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/thedicecup/the-dice-cup-a-boardgame-cafe-in-nottingham

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The Dice Cup is raising funds for The Dice Cup - A Boardgame Cafe in Nottingham on Kickstarter! Pledge your support for a Board game café in the heart of Nottingham, A friendly place to relax and play games with friends old and new
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Very much work in progress

I'm still concentrating on getting the basic layout right and not worrying about visuals at the moment. It looks like I'm going to have to scale back my original plans and focus on the main groupings of divine being. Showing all the individual likes / hates is going to be too difficult on the graphic. The good news is that I can move this information in to the main text of each god which will help with some of the layout problems on those pages.
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+C. W. Marshall As is noted in the original post, the graphic is very much work in progress, little more than a rough sketch and  typos are part of any work at this stage. 

The purpose of the graphic is to provide a quick and easy map to the politics of the gods in the game. It does not reflect where they live or their parentage. 

In the context of the game, Olympians are those gods which both nominally support Zeus and which the player characters can have as patrons. Both Hades and Hecate fall into this category are thus included in that part of the graphic. Other figures such as Persephone fall into different categories and thus shown in a different part of the graphic. 

I appreciate you are trying to help and the your feedback is useful but please remember this is a rough draft of a graphic which is summarising 60,000 words of setting text.   
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Olympians Versus Titans

More test layouts. This time showing the comparative layouts of the Olympian gods and the Titans. It is still not right but I'm slowly getting to something I'm happy with.
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Yeah. I may need an extra 100 words or so on a few titans but don't worryUntil I sort out the layout.
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