Title: Wild Urges 1 of 2
Arriving in Switzerland after the political games of Prussia, the Neo-victorian heroes expect a few days of leisure before heading off to France. Unsurprisingly, things don’t go as planned.
Industrial Revolution by Kevin Macleod (incompetech.com)
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Unhallowed Metropolis Episodes
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5 comments on “Unhallowed Metropolis: A Pound of Flesh Ep 11 part 1 of 2”
I will buy this game, it is on my list of games to buy. Because not only does it sound like a great system, fantastic world, lots of fun, etc; but they must have the best “monster maker” system yet written. Or Jesus is a wizard.
Sorry Ishma3l, Jesus is a goddamn wizard. I picked up Unhallowed Metropolis and Necropolis thanks to Fandible and there is not a Nachtkrahe, shellycote or weird tongue-horse…thingie to be found. Definitely worth picking up the books though.
And to the geographical/cultural experts of Fandible: not all Australians are ridiculously good looking, that is a stereotype. Though many of us are chiefly composed of scorpions.
Hehehe Adventures in Switzerland the land where cheese is used as a condiment (seriously when I was there everything had it… it was bliss if fattening)!
I’m vaguely worried that at some point in the future, Dr Israel is going to turn bad (worse) and try and invade the world with Krampus-Octopi-fork shock troopers to declare himself Science Lord Primus!
Un Met is one of those games that really needs a rules overhaul and someone who understands layout to give it the once over! I do wish they had a creature creator, so far my unmet game has stuck to people and zombies as the opponents!
What I generally do is think of a monster idea that interests me and tweak one of the existing monsters to fit. Some need more tweaking then others admittedly.
The night ravens used the thropes as a template but I essentially made them slightly weaker but more agile. Also added in the ability to copy peoples memories… through eating their brains.
This is the kind of thinking that created the Owlbear, you mad wizard you.