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Finding Hopeless, Maine

Originally posted on The Hopeless Vendetta:
Finding Hopeless, Maine Come in, dear traveller! I hear you are looking for directions. Yes ,yes, sit down. Now, you want to get to Hopeless, Maine. Are you sure?  You’ve been warned about it,…

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The Traveller’s Traveller

Originally posted on The Hopeless Traveller:
When Tom, Nimue and I initially discussed the mechanics of a Hopeless RPG we all agreed that the game system had to be simple, straightforward and easy to customise. The aim was to make…

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Beginnings

Originally posted on The Hopeless Traveller:
Any rumours you may have heard about the emergence of a Roleplaying Game based on Hopeless, Maine are…true. So – where to start. Introductions, I suppose. I imagine that most of you, dear readers,…

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Morning Cuppa: Intelligent Designing For Amateurs

Originally posted on The Curious Adventures Of Messrs Smith And Skarry:
Good morning ladies and gentlemen, welcome back to Max and Collin’s marvellously meretricious parlour located within the splendidly scenic city of Lancaster. True some have called it a brummagem…

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Morning Cuppa: Letters Between Gentlemen

Originally posted on The Curious Adventures Of Messrs Smith And Skarry:
Good Morning Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome to Max and Collin’s zealously zabutonous parlour located within the splendidly scenic city of Lancaster! Today you find us shamefacedly apologetic that we…

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Soup Of The Day: With Nimue and Tom Brown

Originally posted on The Curious Adventures Of Messrs Smith And Skarry:
? Hello! Mrs Albert Baker here, otherwise known as The Last Witch Of Pendle. Obviously there is no Pendle any more, since The Chronic Agronauts utterly destroyed it with…

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A most Hopeless diet

Originally posted on Druid Life:
When I’m dealing with fantastical settings, I like to know how the practical details work. I think it’s getting the little, mundane things right that is key to making big, strange, magical things feel plausible.…

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