Andrew here. Long time, no see, pilgrims.

I’m aware that the site has gone without updates for many moons. What does that mean? It means I owe you an update for every missed Monday, a bonus/penalty update for every missed Monday, plus an update for every new Monday. That means I owe you fine folks about 64 back updates.

Consider me equal to the task.

Here are some of the kinds of things you can expect to see in this space on Mondays:

  • More Frontiers setting updates.
  • Blogging on system matters for Frontiers. I run two parallel Frontiers campaigns online. Up until now, they’ve been running in D&D 3.5, the system the setting was originally conceived in and one chosen because of all the available systems, more gamers “speak” 3.5 than any other. We’re moving to Fantasy Craft for our next season. Expect some posts on Frontiers material for Fantasy Craft, including stats and rules for using firearms and clockwork gadgetry.
  • A setting with the working title of Sons & Daughters, inspired by the Decemberists song of the same name.┬áPost-apocalyptic airships. Traders and sky pirates soar, strive, clash, and crash over a war-broken North America.
  • Another setting that is currently going by Rocketpunk until I gin up something more original. German atomic rocket technology discovered at the end of WWII accelerates the space race by generations in the span of a decade. Postwar culture, the Cold War, civil rights, and old-fashioned adventuring mix in space, set to the rock-and-roll soundtrack of the 50′s and 60′s.
  • Remember blue-booking? I may use this space to jot out some between-session color scenes for games that I’m playing in.

That’s all for now. If you’re looking to catch up with me in person, fellow gamer, I’ll be volunteering at PAX East this coming weekend. Just visit Manticore Theater and ask for entonfire. It’ll be a challenge finishing an update while busy with the convention and similar matters, but if I don’t, that’s two I owe you.

And here at Most Dangerous Games, we make good on our debts.

This entry was posted on Tuesday, March 8th, 2011 at 5:44 pm and is filed under Frontiers, Most Dangerous Housekeeping, Rocketpunk, Sons & Daughters. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

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Glad to see you writing again. I’m looking forward to hearing more about Frontiers and your other games. Have fun at PAX East, wish I could be there.

March 11th, 2011 at 11:31 am

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