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A change of pace, rules and time.

This blog hasn't been updated for a couple of months, this isn't due to a lack of interest or enthusiasm but I have been rushed off my feet with a new/old gaming adventure.

I approached the group who I DM for about maybe playing a new/old RPG instead of D&D for a change of pace for both them and myself.  So I asked them if they would be interested in playing Rifts, yes that's correct Palladium Games classic sci-fi, dark future RPG and the resounding consensus from the group was YES..!!

Now Rifts is a game that I have played on a couple of occasions and that was about 15 years ago, but the idea of strapping on some MDC armour and powering up a Heavy Plasma rifle was just too much of a temptation. So back in May of this year I started to put pencil to paper and finger to keyboard and began writing a scenario for Rifts.

As well as the scenario writing I have also been busy with rolling up 4 O.C.C for the guys who are playing, painting various models and other set piece building, barrels etc...etc.

And shown below are some pictures of the work that I have completed so far, the date for playing the scenario is September the 13th and I won't be posting all of the work that I have done here as some of it will be a surprise for the players on the big day.

Any way, enjoy the pictures and all comments are welcome.


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