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Rain over the Summerlands: A Mythic Britain Campaign

Re: Rain over the Summerlands: A Mythic Britain Campaign

Postby mark.s » Tue May 31, 2016 5:23 am

Hi,

Well, it has been a long old time since I updated this thread. Never fear: our intrepid adventurers are still alive and have been getting themselves into all manner of trouble. Rather than post pages of story, I'm going to direct you to my website where the play reports are stored and the monolithic block of text is split up by apposite images used for inspiration and illustration.

Since I last updated this thread, our characters have been sent to Logres by Merlin in search of one of the Treasures of Britain. Needless to say, there are spoilers ahead for the Mythic Britain campaign.

Game reports can be found here: http://mdfshirley.weebly.com/play-reports.html

All sorts of other goodies can be found on the site, such as a description of the characters home in the Summerlands, Gazetteer-style descriptions of Southern Britain and Middle Britain, and a glossary.

Coming soon is the rest of the Gazetteer series (for Western and Northern Britain, and Logres) and some information I've gathered on the supernatural denizens of Mythic Britain.

Mark
Check out my website for Mythic Britain & Runequest goodies!
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Re: Rain over the Summerlands: A Mythic Britain Campaign

Postby Icefield » Thu Jul 28, 2016 12:07 am

Fantastic. Your sense of place and event are to me, exquisite. I love the character of this game. My favorite part was where the character told that young opponent that he should not want to die in that Roman structure. That was brilliant. Great Stuff!
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