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The Girl from the Other Side looks creepy and Sorcerer-y.

There's something about children and demons...
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Started up a Sorcerer Pinterest page.

There are definitely different types of Sorcerer campaigns there. I'd probably start a board for a campaign if I was running a game at the moment.

A couple of weeks ago I set up a straight Sorcerer game with the following parameters:

Humanity: Do The Right Thing
Sorcerers: Criminally Adjacent
Lore: The Darkest Places
Demons: Blood and Shadows
Tone: Neo-Noir

Four players.

I have a District Attorney who uses a possessor demon to hop in defense attorneys and tank cases. He's gay lover has just been arrested for major drug trafficking.

I have a hacker whose demonic hand watches out for her both in cyber and meat space. Her father is coming home from jail.

I have a priest with former gang ties who took on a possessor demon from his father (also a priest) and uses it to punish sinners in his community. His father has come out of retirement and is coming to town but hasn't told him why.

I have a journalist with demonic raven that gathers information for him. He's just been caught by the cops standing over the dead body of detective who was going to give him info about a human traffic-ing ring.

This is going to be interesting.

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Clearly this child is a Sorcerer.

Her demon is fucking terrifying but she's got it on lockdown (for now).

Anyone want to write this up as a Sorcerer PC with a kicker?

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All Sorcerers are normal people who came across a cryptic children's books called, "Let's Summon Demons" and decided to see if it really worked.

It did.
Let's Summon Demons
Let's Summon Demons
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Any thoughts on a Sorcerer setting inspired by this art?

What is Humanity?

What does summoning look like?

Thanks to +Drew U for the heads up on the art.

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So a while back I posted that I was setting up a "Colonial Gothic" Sorcerer & Sword game. We did character creation and last weekend did our first play session. I'm going to try to keep on top of things using this Obsidian Portal page if you'd like to follow along:

http://sorcererswordcolonialgothic.obsidianportal.com/
Sorcerer & Sword: Colonial Gothic
Sorcerer & Sword: Colonial Gothic
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Saw this on Pinterest. Were they playing Sorcerer in the 60s? Hah. Not sure what comic it's from.
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So, I started a Sorcerer & Sword game off the pitch: Colonial Gothic. We're looking at New England roughly early 1700s. Told everyone not to sweat historical details this is stuff riffing off of the Solomon Kane stories and films like Sleepy Hollow and Brotherhood of the Wolf.

Out of character creation I have...

An escaped slave turned pirate with deep ancestral bloodlines dating back to pre-history Africa, whose former owner has caught up with her.

A European demon hunter who was operating in India but was sent to the New World when a massacre was blamed on him. He has just awoken from a terrible dream of stalking something in the night, only to find mud on his boots.

A European noble who has taken his family's demonic sword as far away from his corrupt family as possible in an effort to redeem the sword's purpose. He has just become involved with the murder of a young woman at an inn who was repeatedly stabbed to death.

The stuff on these character's diagrams is a complex toy-box of family drama and demonic weirdness. This is going to be fun to sort out and solidify before we play next.

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This is it! The finale of the Sorcerer Comic Strip AP. See what happens to Percival and the demon of Vanderbilt One as it all comes to a close!

Thanks so much to +Judd Karlman for GMing this series, it was an amazing ride.

Listeners, what did you think about this series? Would love your feedback!

http://www.gauntlet-rpg.com/comic-strip-ap/sorcerer-12
Sorcerer 12
Sorcerer 12
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