The Races of Triumvene: Taurac

Post by Peter Watson-Wailes

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Most accurately be described as hyper-intelligent bipedal bovines. Weighing almost a quarter-tonne, and possessed of strength far beyond a human, they are weighed down by a lack of nimbleness Individuals tend towards quietness and contemplation, with their society built around an appreciation of philosophy and art. However, when roused to…

The Races of Triumvene: Lurniage

Post by Peter Watson-Wailes

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The newest of the peoples to be recognised as having independent governance in Midworld. After a successful civil war against the Henagon, they have claimed independent status. Having no homeland of their own, they were gifted Carinerino by the Marati, who owned and maintained but didn't use the land. Hard…

We're Live!

Post by Peter Watson-Wailes

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After 18 months of work, we're starting to draw near to a launch now. Firstly, thanks to everyone who's helped playtest Triumvene. Secondly, thanks to all those who've signed up in the first day! It's so exciting to see people wanting to play what we've been making. By way of…

Lessons Learned: RPG Campaign Story Crafting

Post by Peter Watson-Wailes

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Main picture: Alice in wonderland by Gordon Tarpley Please note: The Usual Disclaimer applies as always. Campaign building in RPG, be it D&D, Numenera, The Sprawl, Pathfinder or anything else, the main thing is to make sure that the story you're crafting is engaging. That means bringing the…