I just finished watching this movie, it arrived today via USPS only a week delayed from projected delivery. The Web-site said their was a delay in a part of the package that was not the movie. OK. Works for me.
I did spend the dollars and get the deluxe version. The box set is nice, with cover artwork around the outer cardboard shell. Sliding that off, you have a heavier cardboard box, open at the bottom for the goodies to fall out. The artwork is the same and is iconic to the game.
This on-going set of scenarios is a sincere, heartfelt ripoff of the old TV show Millennium. The show followed the investigations and probable mental deterioration of Frank Black, a possibly psychic former FBI profiler and potential recruit for a millennial apocalypse cult. A little dark for network TV, the show only ran three seasons.
Player characters will be members of the Ouroboros
I recently posted a review of an awful, dreadful movie in which I asserted it might make a good game.
You can check the movie out yourself here for $3. It's a bargain at twice the price.
At any rate, in the Scenariodrome, we put up or shut up. So it's time to find out how good
I hate vampires. Don't get me wrong, I love to hate them. Pulp fiction wouldn't be the same without them. It'd be like baseball without the Yankees. The default position of the Scenariodrome is this: Vampires Are Bad. They do not sparkle. Their love does not transcend the ages. They are demonic, parasitic vermin that must be dispatched coolly, efficiently, and with extreme prejudice.
Ed and I and some folks have noticed that there seems to be an increasing number of ronin roleplayers wandering through the shop. Back in the go-go 90s, Colorado Springs had a ton of roleplayers and one dominant game shop, Compleat downtown. All any roleplayer had to do to get his or her needs met was to post a card on the bulletin board there and with a few phone calls, a suitable group could