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Eric Nieudan
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I've never felt so strongly about a vote I can't take part in. I've resolved the next time something like this happens, I'll have Irish citizenship.
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On est sur les deux derniers jours du financement et on s'approche de paliers très intéressants. Perilous Journeys est un supplément sur l'exploration et les voyages pour Dungeon World, mais la campagne a débloqué un hack indépendant intitulé Freebooters on the Frontier. Un jeu visant à émuler les parties des années 70-80 et leur optique "survie avant tout". L'auteur le décrit comme Advanced Funnel World, pour ceux qui connaissent.

Les prochaines étapes concernent des illustrations pour ce jeu bonus, un scénario et une série de donjons pour Dungeon World. N'hésitez pas à jeter un oeil à tous les autres bonus débloqués !
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This is just getting huge.  Take a look at the $14,000 and $15,000 stretch goals!

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1735046512/perilous-journeys
penny lantern is raising funds for Perilous Journeys on Kickstarter! An overland adventure rules supplement for Dungeon World.
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A simpler version of a die-drop map similar to that posted by +cecil howe In this case, the map gives a suggestion for the size and number of doors of the next room / corridor in a dungeon or a building (actually, a starship in my case). The result of the die (modified on the base of the square on the table) defines the entity of the encounters.

https://solounmondodicarta.wordpress.com/2015/05/20/prep-for-solo-lady-blackbird/
A few weeks ago, I draw this sketch of the Hand of Sorrow, based on the 1913 American battleship Texas. I have also drawn sketches of the main characters. Lady Blackbird and her bodyguard Naomi: Cy...
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Thanks, Sophia! I think I came across this community and thought it was about the Lone Wolf line of games :)
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Here is a PDF of the Into the Odd adventure I made yesterday with my random dungeon generator. Said generator was updated, and it's linked in the document if you're curious.

The only deviation from the procedure was the use of three Story Cubes to inspire a theme. The process prompted me to create a general plot and several points of entry, geographically and fictionally speaking. The result can be used in different ways beyond the break doors, kill things and take their stuff approach associated with dungeon crawls. 

Furthermore, I learned that the generator would have to be tweaked to create typical Into the Odd dungeons (where it's more about the environment than the monster ecology). Another version could be envisioned, and I might give it a go in the future. 
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BBC's Survivors popped up on my Netflix and I clicked with no idea of what it was: a remake of a 1970s show about surviving a pandemic that wipes out 99% of humanity. Well, I watched both series (12 episodes total) in 24 hours.
It's a gripping mix of serialised and procedural (ie, you follow a strong storyline but each episode has a new problem to solve), with tough moments, strong characters that I loved, hated or both at the same time. This show proves that you don't need zombies or other external threats to pitch human beings against themselves. Also, it depicts a forward looking apocalypse: for most people, it's all about building the future.
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I liked this series a lot and was bummed it got canceled, which is why the ending seems off (at least to me)
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Randomly generated Into the Odd dungeon coming soon.
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Thanks. I realised in the middle of this that the generator doesn't produce particularly oddesque dungeons. Most rooms are occupied, and there's no default weirdness, but I'm happy with the way it turned out. It's a pretty flexible bit of the Odd World I hope to use soon.
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Feature suggestion for Google+: 

An I-haven't-been-able-to-see-Fury-Road-yet-and-I-don't-want-to-see-all-the-movie-in-screenshots-all-day-long-this-is-too-much-like-torture-please-please filter. 
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Yeah, I'm sure by now Google has enough information about what we watch and when we watch it to automate this. We shouldn't even have to find the plugin. My post above should be enough.

Here. Problem solved.
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So Simon Pegg hasn't gone completely bonkers after all...
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And it's one of my favourites song by the Smith :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FgxEJOi6GtA
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Sharing this for later reading. Looks very interesting!
Here is a solo session with World Builder Dice Killer by Jakob Lindsay. The idea was to create a sketchy setting for my Dungeon Squad 2 games. It was great fun! I used as an inspiration source the ...
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Last post for today, and it'll be a short one. I thoroughly enjoyed the two series of this drama about childhood friends from Long Island ending up running a modern spy cell to help Washington take back New York.

It's less cloak-and-daggery than I was expecting, but the characters and plot kept me interested. I have no idea how historically accurate this all is, but I was in for the ride. Its beautifully shot and acted, even if some of the accents are all over the place, and I'm looking forward to the next season now.
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Jupiter Ascending wasn't as bad as I was told. Actually, I quite enjoyed the visuals (except the costumes and 90s cyber make-up) and the man-to-man and man-to-dragon fight scenes. It was fun to tick mental boxes such as "space princess dress, check!", "space elephant pilot, check!", "space love triangle moment with dangerous space werewolf/wingless angel and not-so-evil space vampire, check check check!". Bonus: the heroine isn't a badass fighter-grll and she gets rescued quite a bit, but she doesn't back from a fight and fends for herself when she has to.
I could totally see a similar premise for an action-packed Monsterhearts game: characters are alien teenagers who go off on space opera adventures during spring break. 
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Huhuhu :)
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I spent the morning testing my random dungeon procedure, and here's what I got. It's a first draft done in a single sitting with a rather diminished brain, so critique welcome!
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Into the Odd - The Nightlights CircusThe Nightlights Circus A dungeon for Into the Odd by Eric Nieudan This adventure departs from the traditional exploration locale. Depending on the characters’ goals and approach, some social interaction may be needed to navigate some of the rooms. The whole dungeon was randomly generated to test th
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The latest version is linked in the document :)
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