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My latest eclipse phase adventure:
From Blinding Heights: Kill the Queen
Also the maps with no keys:
Kill the Queen: Maps no Keys
You can find all of my adventures: here
As always, any feedback is welcome.
Eclipse Phase Adventures
I missed the first follow up to Chain Reaction. Glad to see I've got two more to read now. Thank you for sharing your work.
Awesome adventures! Hadn't seen them before, so I'm glad I got three at once. I'll see if I cannot add them to my ongoing campaign or use them for the next one.
Saw on your site you had remade the EP layout in Libre Office. Great work on that, it looks identical. Must have taken a lot of time.
any word on Right Round?
Semper Ubi Sub Ubi!?!
I am hoping to have it done by the end of the summer though.
On page 6, you used "heal" instead of "heel" in regards to a synth stomping on a secure datachip. Completely minor.
I recently started a campaign in Olympus and the whole Lost/Cognite/Oversight stuff is highly relevant. Very cool! Thank you for sharing your adventures with us!
Exhuman, and Humanitarian.
Very professional. I was already impressed by Chain Reaction and now I discover the trilogy is complete! Look forward to reading it. Thanks for sharing.
Right Bound bump?
+1 for the bump! :-)
I've recently run Kill the Queen for my players, who were playing Martian Rangers instead of Firewall members. It worked pretty well, although I had to change a couple of things.
It was still a pretty entertaining fight... especially because they encountered the exurgent in the virus lab, and during the fight they used an overload grenade and ended up shattering the precursor virus enclosure (oops!). At which point it was a quick retreat as they picked off Dr Kalirai from a distance (which prevented her from grappling and mind-controlling them).
Half the lab ended up being ripe with biohazard, but they got away.
Another interesting thing is that
I am still working on Right Round. The problem is that I can only really write during the summer and last summer, I wasn't able to get the adventure where I wanted it. Hopefully this summer I will be able to get Right Round finished.
Also, hhexo, thanks for letting know how it went when you ran it. I love hearing how people did in the adventures. :)
Great news, looking forward to it. I feel your pain with regards to time for writing!
Sounds like a plan. Looking forward to it.
My group of first timers didn't get past xu fu's due to lack of planning ahead. :D
We'll see what happens when they get resleeved and head back.
I haven't gotten back to running this for my group again yet #sadpanda, but I saw another thread about someone else running it. So I thought I would give it another Right Round bump and see if there was anything new.
Sorry about the long delays: I am still working on it. I am hoping to have it done for the holidays but no promises.
An explanation for the delays:
1) I have an anxiety disorder that often prevents me from writing.
2) I have a job that sucks up a lot of my energy. I was working at a school and thus had the summers off but my building changed so now I am working year round.
I'm not ever going to complain about the timetable for free resources, thanks for writing the series.
I can relate as I look at my desk and all the notes scattered around and stuck to the wall.
Right Round bump :D
It's been three years, dude, I don't think it's gonna happen.
"I wonder if in some weird Freudian way, Kojak was sucking on his own head."
- Steve Webster on Kojak's lollipop
the comment about organized play reminded me of this one, thought I'd give it a bump for S&G's. and the off chance that the person might be inspired to put some finishing touches on it and put it out there for us.