Denver is a weird city: split between six more or less hostile countries, it’s a hub for smugglers, black marketers, and shadowrunners. The Big Game is played there, earning Denver the name of City of Shadows.
Here’s a snippet of information about me: I love drawing. I’m no pro, and definitely nowhere to call myself an illustrator but I thoroughly enjoy the process. Here’s another: I … Continue reading Tomorrow’s looking bright!
Our vintage Shadowrun campaign has come to an end. I know, happens. Last we left off (at least here, on my blog), we were just getting ready for the big … Continue reading SR2053: Out with a sizzle
Escape rooms! Investigations! Cons! Reunions! Pure excellence! Welcome back to the session recaps from our Shadowrun campaign! We’re playing 5E, a bit house-ruled, as our campaign is set in 2053 … Continue reading SR2053: Get Frosty
Recon! Spirits! Mission Impossible! Indiana Jones! Death puppies! Chases! Certain doom! Welcome back to the session recaps from our Shadowrun campaign! We’re playing 5E, a bit house-ruled, as our campaign … Continue reading SR2053: To Steal A Flower
Here’s first of the proper session recaps from our Shadowrun campaign that I mentioned in the previous post. We’re playing 5E, a bit house-ruled, as our campaign is set in … Continue reading SR2053: Totally Not Another ‘Heart of Darkness’ Trip
Chicago, 2053, March. A group of fresh-from-the-oven shadowrunners just tries to make a living. Chicago, 2053, October. Fought the dragons, sold 700 orcs to Dunkelzahn, pissed off Señor Oscuro, Chicago … Continue reading A Tale of Two Campaigns: Shadowrunning in 2053
I’ve been toying with the idea of Fantasy RPG survival guide for a while – and here’s the first post in the series. What I’m trying to achieve is a … Continue reading Fantasy Survival 101: Gather the party
I love it when the project is done and the NDA no longer applies, as far as showing off is concerned. Since March, I was quietly working on Starport RPG: … Continue reading Starport RPG is live!
You see, I adore Arthur Rackham, I care deeply for Gustave Doré, I spent hours redrawing Aubrey Beardsley’s illustrations. But there’s one artist whose works I truly love. It’s Jan Marcin Szancer.
At least for a historian. Seriously, those guys will raid your garbage bin and steal your receipts. And the humanity will be grateful. After a while. I’ve just put my hands on … Continue reading There’s nothing less private than private life
If you love the Victorian era and feel disappointed you haven’t lived a century ago, don’t despair – many things did not change anyway. Might be useful for your steampunk and … Continue reading Get Your Victorians Right!