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Down these weird streets... A review of the near-systemless Pulp Noir, Sorcery & Monsters Sourcebook with an Old School Renaissance bestiary published by the Hydra Collective LLC and which can be used with the Pulp RPG of your choice, from Raiders of the Lost Artifacts: Original Edition Rules for Fantastic Archaeological Adventures to Pulp Cthulhu: Two-fisted Action and Adventure Against the Mythos.

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+Pookie UK takes a look at Weird Adventures!
Down these weird streets...
Hydra Collective LLC   is best known for its weird and wonderful fantasy ‘pointcrawl’ adventures such as Slumbering Ursine Dunes  and Misty Isles of the Eld , but Weird Adventures presents a different fantastical setting, a Strange New World influenced by R...

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Has anyone tried to run Operation Unfathomable in 5E?

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Proud to announce that +Jason Sholtis 's Operation Unfathomable was selected as a Judges' Spotlight Winner for the 2018 Ennies!

Congratulations to Jason, and the other winners and nominees!

http://www.ennie-awards.com/blog/2018-nominations/

Hi there! I heard some talk about a hills canton domain management game. that sounds like an awesome idea, and I was curious if its still a thing?

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Hey folks, the Strange Stars Game Setting Book is the Deal of the Day over at DriveThruRPG!

"Modern transhuman SF meets classic '70s space opera: Old Earth is gone, but humanity's children roam the Strange Stars!"

http://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/142933/Strange-Stars?src=DotDGPlus
Strange Stars
Strange Stars
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+Pookie UK takes a look at those idyllic Misty Isles of the Eld!
Moorcockian Meanderings
One of the factions with an interest in the Slumbering Ursine Dunes  are the Eld—essentially ‘space elves’ from another dimension with a distinctly Melnibonéan-like, decadent sensibility—who cross the sea channel between their home in the Misty Isles to rea...
Moorcockian Meanderings
Moorcockian Meanderings
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+Ben Milton , over at Questing Beast, takes a look at Misty Isles of the Eld!
New review up! Misty Isles of the Eld, by +Chris Kutalik. It's the third in his Hill Cantons adventures, following Slumbering Ursine Dunes and Fever Dreaming Marlinko. Lawful Evil Elves! Weird super science from the Cold Hell!

So, what system are you guys using for OU? Thinking about kicking off a campaign using Astonishing Swordsmen and Sorcerers of Hyperborea....

Does anyone know when we might expect the Odious Uplands?

I'm trying to decide wether to order it separately later or wait and get all OU books in one shipment.
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