Redi, Julius 30, 1668
|Finn's Companion #4 has been sent to the
mailing list. Covering a look at some places to fight, the Hedge Maze and the Dungeon
Site of the Day: This site on Religious Tolerance has a very enlightening look at the various
religion-based attacks on Role-playing games. It is interesting to look at, unfortunately, they
have a slow site.
Lace and Steel has been bandied about as a good source of material for the Seventh Sea.
There is a review here by Trey Palmer, and Pharos Press is the producer of
the game now.
Scott Gearin posted this list of Vendel Bounties.
Listing monster of various types and their activities.
Valamir has this great bit on Moves of Derring Do
Charlies Pierson announces he will be opening his Vestibule of
Theah on 8-1-99 (or a bit sooner).
Guerdi, Julius 29, 1668
|Want to see a real ship of the era? A group has reconstructed The Nina
and tours the country. More information is on their site, and includes their schedule.
Link of the Day: Medieval and
Renaissance Games Home Page. This site is dedicated to games that are from before
Terdi, Julius 28, 1668
|The library now has a .pdf index of the GM's
guide, Player's Guide, and GM's Screen.
Rob D. Smith has a Seventh
Sea Website, there's not much there now, but it should grow.
Link of the Day: CheapAss
Games, their games may be inexpensive, but they aren't cheap
Amordi, Julius 27, 1668
|For the GM's only, Kevin Wilson offers a look at building villains.
I am currently in a quandy about GM list stuff. I will probably just put it here with the
rest of the information I have, as any player who wanted to find out the information could
anyways. But if anyone has any better ideas, email me and let me know. Thanks.
Jo introduces herself, and talks about the game she is going
to run. Check out her website.
Cool, I had 100 hits by today (Not great for some, it's great for me)
Kevin Wilson sent out this idea for
making more powerful starting heroes.
Interesting Site of the Day: Card Games
Web Site. alphabetical listing of card games and their rules.
From the 21st, John Wick expounds on the origins
of the Jenny's Guild.
Veldi, Julius 26, 1668
|Scott Gearin is running a Mysterious
Jason Marshall has updated his web page
and updated the Seventh Sea code
From the 19th, but here is a list of upcoming Seventh
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