Links – May 2011

This time, I’ll mostly link to various articles instead of “permanent” resources… Enjoy.

  • Abandoned Stations is a site that details various abandoned/unused subway stations, including their history, maps, pictures, schematics, and so on. A treasure trove if you are into that sort of thing. These stations would make great locations for adventures!
  • Djeryv is running a D&D campaign based on The Bard’s Tale for his kids. I always wanted to do something like this, never got around to it. He doesn’t go into a lot of detail and it sounds like he’s improvising a lot but that’s not a bad thing.
  • A George R. R. Martin interview in two parts.
  • Imaginary places and their Imaginary Castles contest.
  • The beginning of a science fiction “sandbox” campaign and thoughts on a “Thousand Suns” setting, an alternative to the “Imperial future” space setting trope (I see Voyagers as a bit of a mix between the two).

 

Abandoned Stations is a site that details various abandoned/unused subway stations, including their history, maps, pictures, schematics, and so on. A treasure trove if you are into that sort of thing. These stations would make great locations for adventures!

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