It’s the fifth age of expansion and the sophants of the known worlds are again sending out planetary expeditions. With the invention of the precision proton caliper thousands of new hyperlanes have opened to stars that were once unreachable. But not
Give your druid or ranger an animal companion with a bit more character and colour to them. Rainbow Lyrebird The mottled brown plumage of this huge songbird only serves to enhance the colours of the long rainbow tail feathers. It
The Infinite Vault is a place that contains nearly anything. The rumours say a wizard created it centuries ago to safeguard their experiments or that it’s a side effect of alien manipulation of temporal fields. The entrance hall appears as
By the Author of Lady Windermere’s Fan is a story game by Lara Turner (http://www.eddlyt.com/) about improvisationally acting out an Oscar Wilde play. The play’s opening night at the Westland Theatre is a month earlier than it should be and
The Last Stand of the Dream Guard is a tragedy and the newest adventure for 6d6 2nd Edition. It will be available from the 6d6 store on the 11th December 2019 (now available here). The adventure tells the story of
Venhorn has been able to buy a third of the shares in USRC thanks to the profits from their steamworks. The rest of the investment has come from the guilds and they expect a sizeable return from connecting the cities.
Space ripples and twists as the Searcher’s Hope emerges from meta-space. Huge solar sails unfold to capture the starlight as the ships awakens from hibernation. A dozen probes disperse to scan this latest solar system. Apparently not finding what the
When you have as much space as the United Federation of Planets does, you can afford not to throw anything away. In a stable orbit around an agri-world that in turn orbits a quite normal star, Bix [Sigma Beta Va]
Captain Keimura takes the adage dead men tell no tales as a crew management philosophy. An exceptional necromancer she has crewed her ship with reanimated corpses. Not only does she have the unwavering loyalty and silence of her crew, she
Windful Windmills I found these being sold from a concession stand tucked into one of the through corridors. A little old lady called Nanna Vulpa in a bright green cardigan was selling them to children for only a ducket each.