ORC: Through the Looking Glass

It’s been a fairly achieving week for so far – Cthulhutech ran really well at ORC, and the whammy at the end surprised my players! The Cthulhutech game is set in Edinburgh, and it worked very well – although a few players were a bit put out when they found out that I nobbled the King’s Buildings! More information  on my “Through the Looking Glass” Cthulhutech campaign can be found on the ORC wiki. I’m quite proud of it – the name is from the JFK movie: “We’re through the looking glass here, people” – a reference to Alice in Wonderland. I’m doing OK with my other RPG sessions! I’ve got another idea for a D&D setting: Against the Odds, although time will tell if I can run it or not. ORC certainly could use more D&D campaigns, and I’d like to be a player for once :). I’ve also updated the last two adventure sessions for Ashes of Freedom too, here and here.

I managed t0 patch both the ORC site and my own with security patches on Monday. One was for Joomla and the other were for the wiki software, MediaWiki. I took the opportunity to convert the ORC site to a Fantastico updated site. Took the better part of a morning, and as is usual for security patches, nothing much to show for it!

Published by Bill Heron

Wannabe game designer and would-be author. I've been playing RPGs for over 25 years and have recently started creating my own RPG called Mandragora: Ashes of Freedom. I also run a number of RPGs: Cthulhutech, Call of Cthulhu, WFRP, and D&D. I'm active in the Edinburgh RPG community at http://orcedinburgh.co.uk and regularly play RPGs.