In the heart of London, 15-year-old George Moore works with his uncle to erase the political stain left by his father, who was blamed for turning a technological breakthrough designed to bring unparalleled glory to the British Empire into a horrific disaster.
A Halloween nightmare steampunk, perhaps a distorted jumble of cogs and wires is precisely right.
The Ecryme game engine focuses on roleplaying as the game itself is an adaptation of Mathieu Gobarit’s books. The mechanics reward investment in skills, though, rather than luck. The margin of success and failure of the rolls are a thing.
The steampunk contraptions are made from a strong zinc alloy that allows for detailed machine-tooling.
Our world is covered with ecryme, an acid sea turning even the slightest misstep into a death sentence. People have had to adapt to this omnipresent danger. It has become part of our daily lives and we have accepted it.
Jeremy Landry is a published comic book author, a creator of RPG systems and working with Jake Rieman and Olivier Denis to bring the RPG Peipsol to life.
Confusingly, Victoriana 4e will be 5e. That’s to say, the 4th edition of the steampunk Victoriana RPG will move to D&D’s 5e rule systems.
Spiral Lane Productions is an Athens-based RPG publisher who has met their modest Kickstarter to fund an RPG of tactical combat called Grimstone. The classless system mixes axes and gunpowder in a world of juxtaposition, light and dark, science and magic and with a solid visual style. You can join the backers from the pitch […]
I used “high-octane and steampunk-anime styled adventured” to describe Vulcania; they use “magmapunk”.
Who could smash such a charismatic and cigar-chomping skull?