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  • Sessions 23 & 24 - Travels far and wide

    Riley and Terah rode into a small camp set up by the side of the road. There was a family of four seated there, boiling a kettle of water. They rushed to help the visibly battered, injured stranger and their exhausted horse, ushering them into camp, binding their wounds, and feeding them soup. When Riley had recovered the better part of their senses, they thanked the family for their kindness. Their hosts were farmers, a husband and wife who had lost their land, their teenage daughter, and their young son. Riley noted that the daughter always...
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  • Azahul
    replied to How mummies rule the world?
    One of those other powers a Mummy can have at character creation is basically a teleport power that can take you anywhere Fate wants to take you to. Into space is explicitly mentioned as an example, as are other continents.

    My Mummy campaign involved a whole minor sojourn to another planet and a brief encounter with alien ghosts, because that's both very possible with the powers as written and tonally consistent with Mummy as a setting.

    As others have mentioned though, there are many, many ways Mummies can travel. Mummies beat Europeans to South America. They can certainly...
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  • Yeah, not a Geist. Probably just an old, old ghost distorted by its time in the Dead Dominions. Probably. I'm sure everything will be fine.

    Abram's player's reaction was something like, "I just finished killing Typhoeus and now you go and get yourself a new one?!"

    Still after watching an already injured Abram down a Rank 5 Sublimati in single combat, even if it was a blind one, I'm not sure they have anything to worry about. At least, not in terms of threats to them personally....
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  • Session 22 - Enter the Thunderdome

    Abram tried to rouse Elsie, without success. The storm surged into their shattered household, and soon he couldn't make out the closest walls. He rose and tried to find Vessel and spotted her fleeing, heading away from the direction Riley and Typhoeus had gone in. He stood there a moment, unable to decide what to do, and then moved to go after Riley.

    He stumbled through the storm and heard the roar as the Firestorm was unleashed. The winds blasted the dust away, creating a strange bubble, an eye within the black blizzard. He couldn't...
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  • Hoo boy. So that was another very short session (we started late again), but boy did it make up for that fact by going in a completely different direction to what I was expecting.

    Neither Riley nor their player realised how badly injured Elsie was when they threw that punch, which was just... just amazing to watch. All the horror and guilt Riley felt afterwards was basically perfectly mirrored by their player, which was really entertaining to the rest of us
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  • Session 21 - One Bites The Dust

    Riley had returned to the hovel and gathered together the throng's belongings when Elsie and Abram arrived on the doorstop, Vessel and Typhoeus in tow. They were carrying what looked like half the contents of the general store and talking excitedly about robbing a bank. Riley was appalled. Their first priority should be finding Terah, he was missing and must have run off in the storm. Elsie found the idea boring and refused to contribute, which angered Riley. They stormed off to search for their horse, giving Elsie the privacy she needed to tend to...
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  • Yeah, Riley's player shouldn't miss sessions. They really are the only moral grounding the throng has

    I'm somewhat optimistic that this plunge towards the darkside is setting up a redemption arc somewhere down the line, but things will undoubtedly get quite dark between now and then.

    And to be honest, that vision of Sour Springs as a Pandoran-infested hellhole ruled by the throng is pretty cool.
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  • Not a long session this week (we started about an hour late), and most of this session was taken up by just a couple of conversations. Still, always good to have a bit of a palate cleanser after an intense fight like last week. Even if said palate cleanser tastes of Pandoran.
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  • Session 20 - You have twins!

    The storm was still raging when the Prometheans returned to the surface. As they set foot on the ground above, however, they felt a massive surge of Azothic energy from the centre of town. There, somehow, they could see the Gothic spire of the Nightmare's town hall, visible through the dust. As they watched the peak of the spire tore apart, revealing the seething, twisted form of the Arch-Qashmal at its heart. The creature flared its wings, its jaws and faces turned to look at them, and it rose from its place within the tower. Then, as they watched, its...
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