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  • Tegyrius
    replied to Necropolis: U.S. Route 66
    I have an alt.games.white-wolf slush file post around here somewhere. Is that good for a fractional dot of Memoriam?

    - C.
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  • Tegyrius
    replied to Necropolis: U.S. Route 66
    I'm on board with this. Where do dead people's social media profiles go after idle-deletion?

    - C....
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  • Tegyrius
    replied to Necropolis: U.S. Route 66
    Of the four, this is the one I most expected to garner criticism for violating established metaphysics. But I didn't care because it was also the most fun to write, and I think it could easily be an entire campaign setting unto itself.

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  • Tegyrius
    replied to Necropolis: Piper Omega
    Dead Can Dance Party? Yeah. One thing that I've always felt was a little hazily-defined in Wraith was... just what do wraiths do all day when they aren't out being PCs and violating the Dictum Mortuum?

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  • Tegyrius
    replied to Necropolis: Oakley, Kansas
    Geography and size, mainly. I wanted a small Midwestern or Great Plains city that the Hierarchy wouldn't have a lot of reason to be interested in.

    Also, it amused me because it's pretty close to the fictional location of Jericho, Kansas.

    - C....
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  • Tegyrius
    started a topic Necropolis: Baghdad

    Necropolis: Baghdad

    I was poking around the labyrinth of my files the other day and realized I had a few necropoli that I'd never used for anything. I figured the Halloween season would be an appropriate time to share them with the three of you who still read this forum.

    Enjoy.

    - C.

    Baghdad


    Alas! Alas, that great city Babylon, that mighty city! For in one hour is thy judgment come.

    Once, Baghdad was the mightiest Necropolis in the Mantaqat Khayal, the Middle Eastern Shadowlands. 250 leagues from Mecca, it was far enough from the source of the Keening...
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  • Tegyrius
    started a topic Necropolis: Oakley, Kansas

    Necropolis: Oakley, Kansas

    I was poking around the labyrinth of my files the other day and realized I had a few necropoli that I'd never used for anything. I figured the Halloween season would be an appropriate time to share them with the three of you who still read this forum.

    Enjoy.

    - C.


    Oakley, Kansas

    Under a leaden sky, the West Kansas Shadowlands stretch beyond sight. No Sunless Sea kisses this shore; the Great Plains Tempest is an unending swath of tinder-dry grass and mold-blackened grain. Maelstroms here are horizon-to-horizon scythes of dust in the hands of angry...
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  • Tegyrius
    started a topic Necropolis: Piper Omega

    Necropolis: Piper Omega

    I was poking around the labyrinth of my files the other day and realized I had a few necropoli that I'd never used for anything. I figured the Halloween season would be an appropriate time to share them with the three of you who still read this forum.

    Enjoy.

    - C.


    Piper Omega


    Sailors have always taken music to the sea and brought it back from their travels. Ashore, countless songs memorialize those mariners who the ocean has claimed. But no songs were written for the Piper Alpha oil production platform when it ignited the North Sea in...
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  • Tegyrius
    started a topic Necropolis: U.S. Route 66

    Necropolis: U.S. Route 66

    I was poking around the labyrinth of my files the other day and realized I had a few necropoli that I'd never used for anything. I figured the Halloween season would be an appropriate time to share them with the three of you who still read this forum.

    Enjoy.

    - C.


    U.S. Route 66

    In its heyday, Route 66 was a peerless transportation artery, running from Chicago to Santa Monica. Threaded through Joplin, Tulsa, Albuquerque, Flagstaff, San Bernardino, and Los Angeles, it showed American motorists a vibrant cross-section of the Midwest and Southwest until...
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