Monthly Archives: December 2019

Alien Minds, Alien Souls

The Vilani culture assume that all nonhuman sophonts are really “humans in alien suits”: all think in broadly similar ways, can be brought into Vilani-human behavioral norms, and — with allowances due to biology — are basically people. The Solomani … Continue reading

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More Alien Goddess

Note that a unicorn is/was the symbol of the Domain of Deneb. Also, the theology of dying stars in the Church of Stellar Divinity should be interesting to dig into. Finally, I can see the Solomani go ahead and create … Continue reading

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Many, MANY Kinds of Travellers…

As always, some of the Travellers you will meet will stand out from the rest.

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The Jews of the Ziru Sirka

Herod was a man of his world. He did what the world expected him to do, and he did it well. The Romans set him to rule a difficult and rebellious people, and he kept them under control. Wasn’t easy, … Continue reading

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Sinking Ship Simulator

“Large naval vessels just have to worry about vacuum.” “Don’t forget about hydrogen atmospheres, when skimming gas giants!” “Small ships might actually refuel in liquid oceans, which are water… mostly.” “Everyone is forgetting about fire…” From the comments: Jim Fortune … Continue reading

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Medieval Accountant Simulator

Yes, Your Grace is a game about being a Jarl in a fantasy medieval Kingdom, where budgetary responsibility and proper castle maintenance are just as important as adventuring… Tech it up… slap in starships, corporate spreadsheets and the occasional raid … Continue reading

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We Are Where We Should Be

First: Thanks Mom for the gift! Second: From the lyrics… We all know sometimes life’s hates and troublesCan make you wish you were born in another time and spaceBut you can bet your life times that and twice its doubleThat … Continue reading

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