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Uchronia: The Alternate History List
This is an annotated bibliography of novels, stories, essays and
other material involving the "what ifs" of history. It is not
directly an rpg resource but has plenty of background and source
material to inspire games.
How about Profile 107 by Fink, Uri, and Koren Shadmi? Research
during WW2 resulted in soldiers with super powers, but treaties
signed during the 1960s prohibited their military use. In this
graphic novel set in the late 1990s in which an Israeli superhero
fights a Palestinian "super terrorist". This seems to be a thought
worthy, but possibly too twisted, background for Godlike.
Pete's Roleplaying & RuneQuest!
This RQ site is nicely presented and packed with goodies. There
are a number of scenarios, some NPCs and the must for any
self-respecting site, polls. Do you roleplay more than once a
ORB - Medieval English urban history
Some real life history here. Look at annotated maps of real
medieval English towns and find out what to do with alien pigs! And
especially for my Dutch friend Wim, take a look theAncient
usages and customs of the borough of Maldon.
Where better to explore your worship of all things Cthulhu than
at the premier HPL convention in his town, Providence, Rhode
Island. Come dance with the deep ones!
This is a good site for all things weird and wonderful from
Conspiracy Girl. There are a few bits and pieces on RPGs but the
best thing is the huge number of links to sites covering
conspiracies, modern myths and the paranomal.
Would you believe it! Not everyone roleplays in English. No,
this is not Johnny Foreigner up to his knavish tricks again. In
honour of the article from Antoine our French counterpart, here is
a site with Four Hundered And Twenty Four FREE scenarios!
Arkham - Art, sculpture and design inspired by H. P. Lovecraft, Fantasy, Science Fiction and Mythology.
If you like your inspiration visual then pop on over to this
nifty site for a feast of horror art from Gothic Rag Dolls to
Mythos Snowdomes via some truely monstrous artwork from Dave
If you thought GNS was child's play, pop on over to Oslo for a
look at some LARP theory and ideology. There is a very useful
article by acclaimed Swedish theorist and larpwright Susanne
Gräslund on How to Make Stories Happen. No chickens in pots
anywhere, this is serious man.
1920's Interactive Literature Resource Home Page
Gordon Olmstead-Dean's super 1920 resource for Live and Table
Tabletop gaming is the cat's pyjamas. Find out here what that means
and also why absinthe makes the heart grow fonder.
Do you know of a great site that deserves a link here? Then email us!
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