Nouvelles de la convention en cours, The Kraken
, par Joerg B
=> les illustrations plombent les délais.
=> le RQG Starter Set contiendra une version détaillée de la ville de Jonstown, avec un même niveau de détail que celui de Pavis
=> Pavis/Big Rubble 1627 seront une grosse sandbox, avec la possibilité de créer des persos qui ont accompagné Argrath & Harrek dans leur tour du monde.
Belatedly reporting from the RQG near future release panel, the next two releases still are Smoking Ruins and Pegasus Plateau, Jeff and Jason went into how art direction for Glorantha is a lot more time-craving than for e.g. Pendragon or Cthulhu and how bad that is for a project like GaGoG. The possibly most enlightening news (other than Jeff and Jason name-dropping various authors for the two scenario books) was that the upcoming RQ Starter Set will contain a write-up of Jonstown with detail on par to that on New Pavis.
Robin's upcoming Pavis/Big Rubble project had its own panel which dealt with the way it is going to be a sandbox, what everybody believed the old Pavis and Big Rubble boxes contained and what people imagined it to contain. Overall, exciting perspectives - there will be a character generation system in the Pavis box that allows you to create characters who followed Argrath and Harrek on the Circumnavigation, with the option to have gained the attention of Harrek, losing an arm as he ripped it off, then having had it regrown or otherwise re-attached, resulting in a character having the potential to both gain the passions Loyalty: Harrek and Fear Harrek.
Vidéo du panel de Robin D. Laws & Jeff Richard, avec sous-titres rigolo générés via reconnaissance vocale par You Tube:
Settings designed for freewheeling play campaigns demand elements that foster emergent narrative.
Robin D. Laws & Jeff Richard talk about the techniques that prime your setting for this popular RPG Mode, with examples from Robin's work in progress on the Big Rubble book for the new RuneQuest.