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The Cobblestone Beat

The Cobblestone Beat

By Brian Casey

There may be other places called wretched hives of scum and villainy, but none have organised themselves quite so well, nor made quite as much profit as the City of Ankh-Morpork. Unfortunately, Lord Vetinari and the City Watch have the task of riding herd on all these sweltering masses yearning to… Read On »

Colonials

Colonials

In the not so distant future human kind has finally attained interstellar travel. Thanks to the invention of stasis humans can travel great distances while consuming very few resources. Mega corporations are racing across the galaxy to find new sources of wealth and bring them back to earth, but… Read On »

El Concilio de Elrond

El Concilio de Elrond

By Moisés Busanya

En el Concilio de Elrond se da a conocer la situación que se está viviendo en la Tierra Media, al tiempo que se busca una solución a la amenaza de Sauron. Pero, ¿lograrán todos resistir la corrupción que emana el Anillo Único? Déjemonos de chorradas, en esa reunión de orejas picudas sólo se dicen tonterías… Read On »

Court Jesters

Court Jesters

By Michael J. Daumen

The numbers say that you won’t ever make it to the NBA. But you are more than a number, and your ambition is just as big as your game. To even get a shot you have to win on concrete courts and in tournaments sponsored by the shoe companies. If you don’t get a scholarship out of high school, you sti… Read On »

Crikey!

Crikey!

By Phil Sbszine

Ah, the Lucky Country. Where else in the world can a bloke chunder on a dingo while his missus is panning for gold in a cane toad infested billabong? Explore contentious political issues or antipodean stereotypes in this flexible Aussie playset. Read On »

Dark Dark Fantasy

Dark Dark Fantasy

Mordor won. The sun has turned black. Ash and cinder coat the landscape. Famine. Plague. The list goes on. Whatever life is left… it isn’t good. Gold hoards are rumored everywhere. Everyone knows someone who knows someone who has a map. Or a trinket. Or some forgotten bit of history. But what does any… Read On »