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I’ve been thinking about writing quick-start rules for Everywhen, using the format of a programmed solo-adventure, and featuring Aulius, the young Frenchman introduced as a sample character. His setting is hinted at in his description, and it suggests possible ties to Gloom Town. So how about this . . .

1801: Napoleon returns from his Egyptian campaign.

In addition to military triumphs and defeats he brings with him an ancient secret, discovered within the great edifices of Giza itself. Ley Geometry, a gift of Atlantean science, unlocks the Earth’s power through sacred architecture. Scant months later, a massive glass pyramid is erected outside the Palace of Versailles. Enthroned beneath its apex, Bonaparte enjoys the gifts of prescience and longevity--as long as he stays beneath it.

100 years later, the great general, corpulent, immobile, and still very much alive, has nearly conquered the world. Only a Coalition of forces oppose him; the God Empress Victoria to the West, and Eternal Czar Alexander to the East. They, too, have discovered supernatural means to extend their lives.

The savants of the Gallic Empire have wrought many advances. Airships crowd the skies, mighty in both war and commerce, while from the cities come the steady chop of steam-powered guillotines, their tireless blades stemming revolution whenever it rears its treasonous head.

You are Aulius, a young Parisian nobleman pressed back into duty with the Aerial Service. Though your career was derailed after an ill-fated duel, no one less than the God Emperor Himself has summoned you for a crucial task. The giant air-frigate Leopoldus IX is headed towards England on a clandestine mission. You’ve been placed aboard as a counterspy; there are rumors Her Majesty’s Secret Service has implanted saboteurs among the crew. It’s your job to stop them, before they send the Leopoldus falling from the sky!
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Where are folks going to be hanging out after G+ shuts us down here?

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Red Venus now available for purchase.

At the close of World War II, Russian commandos raid a secret German bunker in advance of American forces: their prize, a prototype V-5 rocket, powered by nuclear fission. The Space Race has begun... ten years earlier than in our own time.

Greetings, comrade, and welcome to the world of Red Venus: rocketpunk as seen through Eastern eyes. Play as brave cosmonauts, exploring a more habitable solar system with the aid of Soviet super-science. Beneath thick clouds, Venus seethes with hostile life; while on cold, arid Mars, the crumbling obelisks of a once-great civilisation confront thinning skies. Dangers both familiar and unknown await, as capitalist oppressors seek to exploit the cosmos; CIA agents lurk alongside alien horrors.

But other forces exist, dwarfing humanity in power: these ancients watch us with cold scrutiny, indifferent to our clashing ideologies. Perhaps one day mankind will need to unite against this common threat - if we don’t kill each other first.

https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/265751/Red-Venus?affiliate_id=664038
Red Venus
Red Venus
drivethrurpg.com

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Coming soon ...
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Now for my second installment of favorite John Carpenter films turned into Everywhen adventures. This one’s called ‘Escape from Old Tokyo,' set in the world of Neonpunk Crysis. Blending cyberpunk with 80’s anime action, it pits a ragtag crew against the horrors of Koto Ward Maximum Security Prison, in a desperate race to save crashed reporter, Maki Mori.

Checkout the pre-gens, below.
Fury Teaser.pdf
Fury Teaser.pdf
drive.google.com

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Some artwork for some upcoming products.
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If anyone wants to playtest some anthropomorphic character creation rules, contact +Jargogle Bamboozle ASAP!

Big fan of BoL, but I don't have Everywhen. I'm curious about the magic section, considering magic was never a big thing in BoL. How comprehensive is it in Everywhen and what kind of stuff is in there? The contents on the preview from DriveThru aren't very illuminating.

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So, I've been working on a adventure for Blood Sundown called 'Dragon by the Bay.' An obvious homage to one of my three favorite John Carpenter films (all starring Kurt Russel, natch), it's set in San Francisco's Chinatown of 1875. Wuxia elements have been added, as well as Taoist Sorcery. It's a fistul of East on West mayhem!

Check out the pre-gens, here:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1z4DsfGaBlTbhCM0Yvg8YJMIYeeGMQHKU/view?usp=sharing
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If the supernatural creatures supplement (templates for player characters) can only have 6 creatures, what would you want?
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