Set in Prohibition-era New York City, Harlem Unbound tells stories of African-Americans escaping the oppressive South for a better life. Except, this better life is full of shadows, and dangers that creep through alleys and lurk in the space between doorways.
Hosts Misha Bushyager, Kenneth Hite, Robin D. Laws, Mike Pondsmith and Chris Spivey quickly got to grips with the format, although it was a steep learning curve.
Cancellations strike the big conventions, but there’s more happening online, and such an event might introduce a new campaign setting for Dungeons & Dragons.
Boom Studios have bought the rights to do a Dune comic book and graphic novel based on the bestselling House Atreides prequel.
Less than two years after announcing the sci-fi RPG Kadimah, Chaosium is stopping work on the project.
The Major Houses of the Landsraad, such as Harkonnen and Atreides, will be there for characters to be members of. However, players can create their own House too.
The sub-title for the Kickstarter is about amplifying the voices of the forgotten people of the old west. The game’s timeline re-writes history and the fate of the South after the American civil war, putting black farmers in charge.
Darker Hue Studios had a cracking ENnies this year. Chris Spivey’s indie Call of Cthulhu (and Gumshoe) supplement Harlem Unbound won three ENnies. It took home gold for Best Setting, Best Writing and Best Art (Cover). That’s not mucking around. The mystery is set in 1920s New York City Harlem, prohibition is in full swing […]