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Fictioneers Forum

Fictioneers are designers, facilitators and explorers of collaborative fictional spaces, otherwise known as "Roleplaying Games" and "Storygames." Fictioneers.net is a directory of the games they play, and discussions about the things they do. In addition to its massive database of indie games, the site has been expanded to include an advanced Forum for the discussion of roleplaying games, storygames, game design and theory. Are you a game designer, GM, or avid roleplayer? Come join the conversation!

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UbiquiCity Cover Art and Stories

Here's the first comp of the cover for the anthology, with art by KHIUS!

The list of stories includes:
"Real Life Action Hero" by T Reynolds
"Awake" by Niko Carcosa
"Rat Queen to Black King" by S L Koch
"Feed the Hand that Bites You" by Tod Foley
"Surrounded by Dolphins" by Adrian McCauley
"Swoosh" by Tod Foley
"To Summon Mountains" by DeAnna Knippling
"Stockholm Syndrome" by Sharrian Lewitt
"Murder Inc." by Antony Copeland
"Rebel, Rebel" by Tod Davies

Support the UbiquiCity project here:
https://www.patreon.com/UbiquiCity

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Experimental TV Center

As If Productions recently upgraded the website of the Experimental Television Center from Drupal 6 to Drupal 7. As Drupal developers know, the upgrade from 6 to 7 is particularly hairy and not at all intuitive. The job was especially complicated as the center features a massive Biblio-based database, which required manual reconstruction in MySQL.

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DayTrippers AP with Legends of Tabletop

On March 12th 2017, I ran a game of DayTrippers for the Legends of Tabletop crew. In this 3+ hour game, characters played by John Haremza, Vincent LaRosa and Jesse Pyne entered one of our strangest scenarios yet: an unstable Dream World that reaches into your head and toys with your emotions. Talking book people, sexy flowers, and a giant baby were found. Much freaking out and a little bit of involuntary urination was involved. Here's the video...

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Project Ubi Enters Development Phase

Have you ever curated an anthology? How about curating an anthology that's written collaboratively while writing a GM's sourcebook based on it? Anybody? Beuller?

Well, I'm doing it right now, and it's - uh - it's a lot. It's YUGE.

But it's going pretty well so far, and this week I opened up all the social media pages and made the announcements: Project Ubi is underway!

WTF is Project Ubi? Fair question.

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