Modiphius To Produce Homeworld RPG
In their ongoing quest to publish every game in the world, Modiphius has just announced that it is creating the official Homeworld: Revelations tabletop RPG. Here's the full announcement: Modiphius Entertainment are excited to announce that under licence from Gearbox Software LLC, they are creating a tabletop roleplaying game,HOMEWORLD: Revelations, based on the popular Homeworld video game franchise. September 2019 marked the 20thanniversary of the 1999 award winning real-time strategy video game,Homeworld, originally developed by Relic Entertainment and published by Sierra Studios, now managed and owned by Gearbox Software LLC and developed by Blackbird Interactive. Now with Homeworld 3 announced by Gearbox, Modiphius are excited to announce a new tabletop odyssey! The original videogame followed the Kushan, an exiled people, who see their planet Kharak destroyed by the Taiidan Empire in response to them developing banned hyperspace technology. The survivors travel with their fleet, led by the Mothership, and fight a war against the Taiidan on an Exodus to reach their true home world, Hiigara. Their journey is one of hardship and discovery as they make allies, scramble for resources and destroy their enemies along the way. Homeworld: Revelations will give fans of the original Homeworld game the exciting opportunity to view the universe through a new perspective, taking on the role of the crew aboard one of the Kushan fleet’s ships. Whether it’s joining the Mothership on its odyssey, or helping re-establish the Hiigaran homeworld, there will be endless adventures. Homeworld: Revelations expands on what we know of the Kushan people and the games major factions, like the Kadesh and the Taiidan. Fans of the universe will learn that there are more incredible secrets hidden within the Guidestone which can be discovered through the roleplaying game. You can expect more detail on the people of the whirlpool galaxy so players can create their own stories of...
 
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Carnival Row and the Changing Face of Licensing
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With so many amazing ‘geek friendly’ shows on television at the moment, it’s not rare that I start watching another and think ‘this would make an amazing RPG’. This was doubly the case for me with ‘Carnival Row’ (now showing on Amazon) since I used to work on Victoriana for Cubicle 7. So I was pleased, but also surprised, to see the sudden appearance of ‘The Carnival Row RPG’ as a free PDF...
News Digest for the Week of October 18
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Hello everyone, Darryl here with this week’s gaming news! More previews for new Pathfinder 2nd Edition books, Modiphius lands a new license, yet another Unearthed Arcana for D&D, new Dungeons & Dragons products, and more!
Modiphius To Produce Homeworld RPG
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In their ongoing quest to publish every game in the world, Modiphius has just announced that it is creating the official Homeworld: Revelations tabletop RPG.
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