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Heirs to Heresy Devlog - World's Apart

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Heirs to Heresy is a bit of a different beast when it comes to worldbuilding. As it’s set in a historical-fantasy version of our own world, certain elements are already done for you! France is still France, even if monsters prowl the woods near the Rhine.Continue Reading

Heirs to Heresy Devlog - Crafting Characters

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The mechanics are a blend of narrative, storytelling rules, and classic adventure-gaming inspired roleplaying rules that work to create rich aspect-driven characters. As Templar Knights, your skill at arms is unquestionable, but it is the potential access to gnostic spells, unique powers, or intensely powerful faith sets you apart from your compatriots.Continue Reading

Heirs to Heresy Devlog - On the Table

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Heirs to Heresy is a love letter to classic adventure roleplaying games, historical fantasy, and one of the most enduring myths and conspiracies of our modern age, and, as such, every element of the game needed to evoke those themes and ideas. It’s ambitious, but I’m exceptionally proud of the high-quality game we have put together.Continue Reading
The GM Simulation Expansion is the latest mysterious suppliment for 'Those Dark Places: Industrial Science Fiction Roleplaying'. Available on DriveThruRPG now, this new download is about to introduce all manner of new horrors to the game and provide a whole host of new ideas for anyone running Those Dark Places. Written by designer Jonathan Hicks, this is set to expand the sci-fi horror world of the original game, but let's hear what Jonathan has to say about it...Continue Reading
The Ana-Sin-Emid Report is the first adventure for 'Those Dark Places: Industrial Science Fiction Roleplaying'. Available on DriveThruRPG on April 16th, this new adventure will take fans to the darkest depths of space to face mysterious unknown foes. Written by the original designer Jonathan Hicks, this module is set to expand the sci-fi horror world of the original game and add new story for players to explore.Continue Reading
The Lost Expedition regularly makes an appearance at lunchtimes here at Osprey HQ, with groups of us clustering around a table and trying to navigate our way through the jungle to the Lost City. With the cards laid out in front of us, the decisions that we make each game have taught us a lot. Our conclusion – we probably shouldn’t go on any real expeditions together...Continue Reading

The Lost Expedition - An Adventurous Playlist

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The first time we played The Lost Expedition in the office, we were accompanied by a chorus of colleagues humming the main theme from Indiana Jones. Even without the full orchestral backing that John Williams had at his disposal, it certainly added to the sense of adventure...Continue Reading

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