Tumbleweed

It has been a bit like that on the blog.

By Rachel Saunders - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=29438083

Yet, like the Tumbleweed, this blog has been in a bit of dormancy as the conditions have not been ideal for growth, well in terms of wordage, at least. But now is nearly the time of blooming. What has been happening is all in the background and is probably the result of too many ideas to fit into the time available for producing a completed product.

There has also been no RPG time either. While I worked on the next segments of the Mazalbanam Campaign, one of my fellow players was going to GM (well that didn’t happen). Now one part (a section of the lost city of Jöruvalla) has already been completed all bar format and proof read; a number of other sections will be appearing much more rapidly as I move towards a Summer break. So, it looks like I will be back in the hot seat and there will be some updates to the play session reports.

I’ve also been working on a solo adventure which has now morphed into planning for the keep at Cara Celairnen and some geopolitical work to build on the small paragraph included in the ICE material (this might be a little slower). Then there is still the house rules on no-level MERP to finish but that is lower down in the pecking order of need.

2 thoughts on “Tumbleweed

  1. Gabe Dybing

    I know I’m very late to this post, but I’m curious about this solo adventure you mention. How has that been going? Can you tell us more?

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    1. Slowly progressing the Mapvember items for Caras Castle are all part of it. I did have a moment when I found a published adventure very similar but then thinking about it the meta plot was always going to throw up similarties when I started from the character sketch given by MERP ICE canon of Bregol. The rules to handle lock picking and searching are also part of the process. So although not a lot seems to be happening it is progressing. I think its going to be something a lot more polished than the usual sketch to play off. Might need some play test GMs.

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