The Coming Storm is the next Glorantha book coming out – the first volume of a two volume epic campaign for HeroQuest set during the opening stages of the Hero Wars and leading up to the Liberation of Sartar.
Dans le même temps qu'ils officialisaient le nouvel organigramme de Chaosium, maintenant reprise en main par l'équipe de Moon Design (responsable du Guide de Glorantha, Diana Jones 2015), Greg Stafford et son équipe ont distillé quelques informations sur le futur de RuneQuest et Glorantha.
Gen Con – The Guide to Glorantha picked up the 2015 Silver ENnie for Best Cartography at the awards ceremony tonight – congratulations to master mapmaker Colin Driver who was responsible for the amazing cartography!
The Guide to Glorantha has been nominated for four ENnies: Best Cartography Best Production Value Best Setting Product of the Year To say we are excited about this would be as much of an understatement as saying “Harrek the Berserk is a bit...
Weather Report (0:00-2:58) No snack or beverage update from the guys this week, but Jeff reports that Berlin is exciting, glamorous and very wet. Rob responds that Melbourne is exactly the same as Berlin, except for the glamorous and exciting parts.
Behold, here is the full colour map of Serris, by Xavier Llobet who also did the full page illustrations for Gloranthan Adventures 2 Red Sun Rising. Map of the city of Serris, by Xavier Llobet This is one of my favourite bits of art that Xavier did.
Guest: David Dunham Thirty Seven Years of Glorantha 0:20-8:30 Introduction to David Dunham. David used to be Jeff Richard’s neighbour in Ballard in Seattle, where they were both members of the gaming group known as the Seattle Farmer’s Collective.
TradeTalk was a (now apparently defunct) dead tree Gloranthan magazine published by the RuneQuest Gesellschaft eV. I have skimmed through my collection of TradeTalk magazines just before leaving for the Eternal Con, and I was so impressed I decided to publish a comprehensive index to the 17 issues of this German contribution to Gloranthan fandom.
Nochet is City of Queens, the emerald jewel of Esrolia, and the greatest and most important city in the world. It is the favorite resting place of Esrola, and home to many thousands of gods and goddesses.
THE WOLF GOD EATS THE WORLD 0:00-4:15 In Berlin, Jeff tells us the mighty wolf spirit is devouring the sun, at the time of recording – Arachnae Solara has spun her web, and the doomed conjunction is occurring.
The Eternal Con takes place every year round about Pentecost in Burg Stahleck, a castle-turned-youth hostel overlooking the Rhine. We've had a nice surprise upon arriving there: the castle has been refurbished!
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