As with our last Kickstarter, we decided to implement some micro-goals as we progress through the Ingenium Second Edition we’re adding more weapon and armor materials as well as more Miracles and Rituals to the magic section! So far, we’ve already added one of each to the core book, with many, many more planned to […]
Wellstone City is set up to run the criminals. It’s a dirty, ugly place that is full of dirty, corrupt people. It is written from the stand point of assuming that the PCs are cons and criminals that are just as bad as the other people they are fighting against. Sometimes they’re worse. But that’s
Boston played in the background. The soft tap-tapping of the keyboard made for an odd harmony. The words came slowly, and it was difficult to think of the next phrase to write. His mind was trapped in a fog of think-edit, think-edit. Giving an exasperated sigh, he slumped back in his chair. He sipped at
The upcoming second edition of Ingenium offers a tabletop role-playing experience unlike any other. That may sound like marketing hyperbole, but I genuinely believe it. Let me tell you why.
Today’s randomly generated setting is a Future, Gravity Tech Opera setting with a Dark tone. Which brings us to… In the distant future, great Empires wage war across the stars. Galactic Empires clash in mighty fleet battles while scoundrels and bounty hunters amass wealth playing both sides. Rebellions are constant, and the uncontrolled space between
Well, it’s been long awaited, and long discussed, but it’s finally coming: the Wellstone City Adventure Deck is ready for play testing at the end of the week! We’ve contacted a couple of individuals about getting some very rough copies of the initial manuscript. It’ll be stress tested, broken, torn apart, and then we’ll rebuild
I’m going on an adventure… and I’m bringing some ambiance! That’s ambiance, not Ambien which is what my spell check keeps trying to correct it to. Go home spellcheck, you’re drunk. I am a huge fan of the environment of an activity actually FITTING the activity, which is why I almost never play Tetris while
When I first put pen to paper in 1999 to begin creating Ingenium’s world of Eiridia, I was a voracious reader. The Web was not as pervasive as it is today, and instead of consuming blogs every day, I would read novels. Two authors influenced those early days of Eiridia, and three more later proved