<+RLVieira> Hi, I’m Roy and today I’m here to talk about Weird Wild Wuxia West
<+RLVieira> this is a minimalist game (all rules on one sheet of paper) a hack of Ray Otus’s Sorcerers and Sellswords
<+RLVieira> (which is a hack of John Harper’s Lasers and Feelings)
<+RLVieira> It combines the tropes of the Old West, Kung Fu (the TV series), Wuxia/Wire-Fu film (like Crouching Tiger), and Dinosaurs
<+Tom> I am Tom Ahlqvist, Swedish writer of fantasy novels and rpg:s. We have released our first rpg in fact, some weeks ago on kickstarter! It’s name is Vindeon, and have actually hit the funding goal so that’s very nice for us!
<+Tom> The game is set in a high-fantasy setting and rules are designed to be fast and easy to both use and learn, and we have focused heavily on immersive roleplaying.
<+Tom> There is deep lore and many unique choices a player makes in the character creation progress, which connects to the game world of the same name: Vindeon.
<+Smrvl> Hi, I’m David Somerville! I’m the creator of Vast: The Crystal Caverns, and I’m currently running a Kickstarter campaign for my new game—Never Tell Me the Odds: A space-scoundrel RPG about risking it all.
<+StedeLindgren> Queste is an imaginative, tabletop RPG that opens a world of adventure to its players, the likes of which are found nowhere else. Its balanced game mechanics challenge the player’s abilities at every turn. By making careful and strategic choices, you can improve your character’s strengths over time. You can gain new skills, master ancient spells and creations
<+Raven> Good evening everyone, my name is Raven c.s. McCracken the creator of The world of Synnibarr.
<+Raven> Synnibarr is the first multi-genere RPG published in 1980.
<+Raven> now we have a completely new engine and a new version of the game after 38 years. This new version took 10 years to develop and publish.
<+Raven> it is the culmination of my experience and love of the pastime.
[09:06] <+Aviv> Hi everyone! I’m Aviv, a freelance illustrator working mainly on tabletop games. I’m in charge of the art side of Up to Four Players, a webcomic about tabletop games and the gamers who game them.
[09:06] <+Aviv> Eran is in charge of the game-design/writing side of it, I’ll let him properly introduce himself.
[09:06] <+Eran> Hello! I’m Eran, and I’ve been playing and GM-ing since I was about 12, in good ole’ Israel. I’m 38 now, and living in London, and for the past 15 years or so I’ve also been working in RPGs, doing translations, reviews, then editing, then designing. Throughout all this time I got the pleasure of having Aviv as a player and as a creative partner, in various,
[09:06] <+Eran> mostly comics, endeavours.
[09:09] <+Aviv> Our current big project is *Crystal Heart*. It started in our webcomic, as a setting our protagonists are playing around their game table.
[09:09] <+Aviv> They seemed to be having a lot of fun with it, and we thought hey, why not everyone? So we’re now making it into an actual setting for Savage Worlds.
[09:10] <+Aviv> (Now on Kickstarter! (Link: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1036008825/crystal-heart-a-colourful-setting-for-savage-world)https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1036008825/crystal-heart-a-colourful-setting-for-savage-world )
[19:32] <+RayM> My name is Ray Machuga, and I’m your friendly neighborhood game designer. Well, only you neighborhood if you live in Texas. The game is Modern, and it’s a fantastic gritty urban fantasy tabletop roleplaying game set in modern Earth, if magic and monsters existed. The book I’m here to talk about is the Book of Elves, but feel free to ask about Modern in
[19:33] <+Motulev> you hit character limit there, cut off after “Modern in”
[19:33] <+RayM> general if you like, or any of my other games. Book of Elves is the first setting guide and supplement for Modern. It’s about Elves!
[19:34] <+RayM> Thanks Motulev! I was following up. 🙂
[19:36] <+RayM> Book of Elves has a Kickstarter running until about noon tomorrow, Central time. It’s currently inching in on its first stretch goal and I’ve got a surprise for folks if we hit it. Something I think folks will enjoy. The book itself really delves into Elfen culture, history and cosmology.