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Chris Tregenza
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6d6 Fireball - Home of the 6d6 RPG
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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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I don't know why but I really like being able to put sentences like this in my work

Game Leaders should build tension with a series of unseen attacks over a number of weeks before allowing an NPC to get a fleeting glimpse of the monster. At some point the characters should be allowed to to corner the Chupacabra before the players become frustrated with the attacks and their wasted efforts trying to stop them. Though if the players are enjoying it, allowing the cryptoid to become a nemesis - the Bugs Bunny to the player's Elmer Fudd - is perfectly acceptable
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Hugo Art

If you know of Victor Hugo, you most likely know him as the man of letters who wrote books like Les Misérables and The Hunchback of Notre-Dame ... some four thousand drawings over the course of his life ... If pen and ink were not available, he had recourse to soot, coal dust, and coffee grounds.

More: http://www.openculture.com/2015/03/victor-hugos-surprisingly-modern-drawings.html
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Work for the madness section for +6d6  #lovecraft  
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I Would Love To Create An RPG Around This Art

...his paintings syncretize spiritual traditions and practices from around world and throughout history, including alchemy, occultism, and folklore. ... One of the most compelling aspects of Chimney’s symbol-filled imagery is the apparent moral ambiguity. The creatures inhabiting the vast, melancholic landscapes are unclear in their intentions, with their strange, chimerical bodies appearing both gentle and wicked. Many of them are preparing for abstract duals with one another, the reasons for which remain unknown.

http://steambiz.com/gallery/paintings
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looks a bit like a normal day in the Ninth World. Numenera all over this pic. heh.
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Reimaging Classic Images

London-based artist Oddly Head ... iconic scenes and images from the likes of Poltergeist, Jaws, and The Wizard of Oz, he interjects different narratives. The drowned Statue of Liberty in Planet of the Apes is still but in Oddly Head’s telling it overlooks happy beach-goers.... part absurd and part amusing...

http://beautifuldecay.com/2015/03/02/oddly-head-reimagines-iconic-hollywood-scenes-adding-dark-twist/
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Anti-Nazi Handbags

Long-story short: Artist wants to put up a statue in honour of this act of anti-facism. Town council refuses on pretty dodgy grounds.  Ordinary people disagree and get inventive.

http://magazine.good.is/articles/no-statue-for-woman-who-hit-nazi-with-her-purse-but 
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Interesting. I completely agree with the council's stand against glorifying violence, even if the woman and her family hadn't expressed regret.

On terrible movie title translation, Portuguese has some strong contenders. James Bond 007 against the Satanic Dr. No is at least clear, but Get Him To The Greek becomes E Muito Rock, Meu (It's very rock, bro).
This list
http://www.lackuna.com/2012/03/07/worst-or-greatest-movie-title-translations/
looks great except that I've never actually seen The Matrix translated as The Young People Who Traverse Dimensions While Wearing Sunglasses. Although that does now exist as a novel, so that's something I guess.
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Would you open this book?
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I'm a GM. I don't open the books.

Or, I open all of them I suppose. ;)
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Kickstarter Video - Proof Of Concept

For out 6d6 Hellenic Kickstarter we are planning something different for our video. We aim to use the book's artwork to introduce people to the setting (which is 3rd century BC Greece but the Gods have returned).

We are going to hire people to do this properly - i.e. artist, video editor etc, but before we can do that I need to work out what we are trying to achieve.  Hence this video where I try out a few ideas and work on the videos script.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=glV04ZNILP4
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+Kevin Flynn It is the same setting.

The original KS had the PDF of Hellenic as part of the rewards for high level backers. People who backed at that level will get the finished PDF automatically and there will be an option so they pick-up print copies at cost price.

This KS is mostly about getting Hellenic into print. The book is written and the editing process has begun with a target page count of 196 pages. Even if the KS fails Hellenic will be released as a PDF and print-on-demand title. 

 
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Partial Nudity

Alva Bernadine is a British photographer ... color-saturated, surrealist style and subversive content ... elements of absurdity mixed with eroticism, glamour, mystery, and oftentimes humor ... bought six small mirrors in a £1 shop. ... playful self-examinations to fragments of orgasmic bliss, the images entice us with a unique — but not wholly transparent — form of voyeurism. We can see the nude models engaged in acts that hover between private intimacy and exhibitionism, but we are not given the whole picture..._

Contains artistic nudity -
http://beautifuldecay.com/2015/03/03/alva-bernadine-uses-mirrors-creation-uniquely-provocative-nude-photographs/
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Some of the work for +6d6 #6d6lovecraft more to post over the next few days
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Evil Or Incompetent?

Setting up an account on the Royal Mail website: To avoid spam from the Royal Mail you must Tick the boxes but to avoid spam from 3rd parties you must leave them blank.

Genius level evil or monumental stupidity?
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From your description I was expecting one set of boxes! "You will get SPAM, who from is your choice."

So I'm going with mildly evil.
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The artist cast of 6d6 Lovecraft is complete.
 
Here is the last of the portraits! Ink artist Dexter Green (1901-1969)! Now on to editing the sketches from last week! +6d6 #lovecraft  
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