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Terms to Know: Voyages Extraordinaires

Terms to Know: Voyages Extraordinaires http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voyages_Extraordinaires “The Voyages Extraordinaires (literally Extraordinary Voyages or Extraordinary Journeys) are a sequence of fifty-four novels by the French writer Jules Verne, originally published between 1863 and 1905.[1] According to Verne’s editor Pierre-Jules Hetzel, the goal of the Voyages was “to outline all the geographical, …

Melanie Maier’s art work for Rippers~

Melanie Maier’s art work for Rippers~ I just stumbled upon the art that Melanie Maier did for the German edition of the Savage Worlds setting Rippers: http://www.melaniemaier.de/tag/rippers http://melaniemaier.deviantart.com/art/Rippers-Dr-Adam-Geznick-297579582 “May I introduce Dr. Adam Geznick? He’s a mad genius you can play in the Savage Worlds setting Rippers (pen&paper Roleplay Game). …

Wargames Illustrated- July 2014, the world of pulp gaming

Wargames Illustrated- July 2014, the world of pulp gaming http://wi-digital.net/wi321-july-2014/ “…primer for the world of Pulp gaming across a range of genres, so don your favourite headgear and gather your equipment as we invite you to embark on a journey into new realms of action and adventure!”   WI321 July …

[SPACE 1889] Aids To Exploring The Social Extremes… from HeroPress

[SPACE 1889] Aids To Exploring The Social Extremes… from HeroPress HeroPress has a couple links for for Victorian set games: http://heropresstwo.blogspot.co.uk/2014/06/space-1889-aids-to-exploring-social.html [SPACE 1889] Aids To Exploring The Social Extremes… While we await the arrival of the eagerly-anticipated new edition of Space 1889 (using the Ubiquity rules engine), here are a …

Tim Prasil’s Chronological Bibliography of Early Occult Detectives

Tim Prasil’s Chronological Bibliography of Early Occult Detectives Really good stuff, check it out here: http://timprasil.wordpress.com/a-chronological-bibliography-of-early-occult-detectives/ A Chronological Bibliography of Early Occult Detectives Click here, here, and here for a three-part discussion of how I settled on a definition of occult detective fiction. Click here to read “A Key to the …

Victorian Gamer archive – Winter 2000

Victorian Gamer archive – Winter 2000 https://web.archive.org/web/20110807175653/http://www.jimskipper.com/victoria/2001-1/index.html Winter 2001 Welcome to the Victorian Gamer Ezine for Role-playing in the Victorian Era Welcome back! After a long hiatus, Victorian Gamer ezine is back in business. I have been working on a wide variety of projects, but I have gotten a lot …

Victorian Gamer archive – March 2000

Victorian Gamer archive – March 2000 https://web.archive.org/web/20101105052337/http://home.netcom.com/~jskipper/victoria/200003/VGIndex.html It looks like I am falling into a pattern of putting this thing out every two months. Time just seems to get away from me. I would like to thank contributers to this month’s issue: Mark Baker, Doug Anderson, and Eduardo Penna. Without …

Victorian Gamer archive – January 2000

Victorian Gamer archive – January 2000 https://web.archive.org/web/20101105052328/http://home.netcom.com/~jskipper/victoria/200001/VGIndex.html Updated January 19, 2000 Welcome to the Victorian Gamer Ezine for Role-playing in the Victorian Era The first phase of the Victorian Gamer Bookstore (in association with Amazon.com) has been put up. I will continue to add to it. As much as possible, …

Victorian Gamer archive – November 1999

Victorian Gamer archive – November 1999 https://web.archive.org/web/20101105052823/http://home.netcom.com/~jskipper/victoria/vg199911.html Welcome to the Victorian Gamer Ezine for Role-playing in the Victorian Era November 1999 Table of Contents Characters for Victorian Adventures Biography: Nellie Bly Technology: Paper Game Seed: Swiftfield’s Exotic Imports, Limited Recipe: Turtle Soup Reviews: The Assassination Bureau Of Tangible Ghosts and …

Victorian Gamer archive – October 1999

Victorian Gamer archive – October 1999 https://web.archive.org/web/20101105052819/http://home.netcom.com/~jskipper/victoria/vg199910.html Welcome to the Victorian Gamer Ezine for Role-playing in the Victorian Era October 1999         Table of Contents Victorians and the Supernatural Biography: Bram Stoker Technology: Blood Transfusions Games Seed: The V-Files Recipe: Scary Food Book Reviews: Frankenstein Morlock Night …

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