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Going Aquatic Part 4

When last we left off, the broad areas of designing an aquatic setting suitable for an adventure or campaign were covered. But what about the peoples? The technology? That’s what this post is all about. Diving into some of the aspects you as a world builder may want to tap. If you missed the first parts, they’re here: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3.

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Going Aquatic Part 1

It’s time for a conversation. It’s time to talk about aquatic based tabletop RPG campaigns; and specifically why they’re maligned, and why you should give one a shot!

NOTE: This post was in development and mostly written prior to (at the time of writing, still unfolding) events surrounding the OceanGate submersible.

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Get Strapped! Reviewing Black Chrome!

Earlier this year, I gave a Rank S rating to R. Talsorian Games’ new edition of Cyberpunk, Cyberpunk RED. One of my criticisms was that there wasn’t enough name brand gear in it, and that this kind of let the consumerism driven, style over substance vibe of the setting. And shortly after that? Black Chrome was announced. 170 items to survive on the fallout dusted streets of Night City. So how is this supplement, and does it stand with the bar set in Cyberpunk 2020’s Chrome Book series?

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