This is the National Shell Filling Factory (Chilwell) during World War 1. This is King George V visiting the factory, note the shells hanging above his head. If you are wondering if this was dangerous, yes it was. In 1918 it
…the destruction wrought by a huge boulder that smashed through a farm in Northern Italy after being dislodged by a landslide. The massive rock narrowly missed a farm house, destroyed a barn, and stopped in a vineyard at the property
A taster of the artwork for Mountains of Madness which Emily Price is creating.
A project to render the complete planet of Tolkien’s Middle Earth – Geek Native has more details.
A deserted cruise liner said to be inhabited solely by cannibal rats could be heading for British shores. As the source of the story is The Sun, the story is somewhat exaggerated (and probably complete bollocks). However the ship is
I’m now really tempted by a crossover of Mouseguard and Twilight 2000. I cannot find the source of the first combat squirrel but this second on is by volshebnik-4arodey.
This year has seen lots G+ discussion on gender and other social issues within role-playing. I have been part of this, especially regarding my role in Indie+‘s James Deborough controversy and Indie+’s subsequent development of a community standards agreement. I
Mince Pies & Murder is a 1920s whodunit mystery set in a manor house. The style of adventure doesn't fit with a detailed map as the exact sizes of the rooms is irrelevant. So I've gone for an abstract
Memofon is a text driven mind mapping / to-do list app which runs in your browser. Putting together a new map is simple, using indents to indicate sub-levels and links. It also has a basic wiki-like syntax. As a test
Yes, these are real and were deployed in the Algerian War (Vespa 150 TAP) so there is no reason not to use them against your players.