Monthly Archives: September 2014

Historicality and Elfgames

The study of history is one of the biggest inspirations for the entire existence of RPGs. People who pay attention to the origin of Dungeons and Dragons know that the roots of the game lie in historical wargames. At the … Continue reading

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[SotE] Where we are at now

So, another status update.  I closed off three sub-chapters from the setting part of the book today. We’re clocking in at circa 50k words for the setting part of the game, with some minor additions still coming along as me … Continue reading

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[SotE] The Merchant Adventurers

The Merchant Adventurers, or, The Most Honorable Company Of Traders Upon The High Seas While most of the Northern parts of Irminsul are focused on the goings-on in the Eastsea, the Danes have during their history had significant overseas holdings, … Continue reading

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[SotE] The Ruins of Magdeburg

Since it has been awhile, here’s another excerpt from the chapter about the not-Holy Roman Empire, the Danubian Empire.  The Ruins of Magdeburg The living will envy the dead. –Nikita Khrushchev Lying on the bank of the Elbe River, the … Continue reading

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