Archive for the 'HardWired Hinterland' Category

This week we finish our discussion on how to create a profitable triangle trade route between the various locations in the Hard Wired Hinterland.

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Hard Wired Hinterland is full of very unique island at both differing cultural levels and differing technology.  This provides some interesting opportunities to set up trade between them with the player characters as beneficiaries.  We continue our discussion of what the major environs produce and need so we can plan our lucrative air cargo route.

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Hard Wired Hinterland is full of very unique island at both differing cultural levels and differing technology.  This provides some interesting opportunities to set up trade between them with the player characters as beneficiaries.  We begin our discussion of what the major environs produce and need so we can plan our lucrative air cargo route.

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This week we finish our discussion of why the killer robots at Noram haven't cut a path of destruction across the Hard Wired Hinterland

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Sorry about the delay.  Our hosting site wouldn't let me upload for a few days.

This week we begin our investigation of why the Killer Robots of Noram haven't taken over the Hard Wired Hinterland.
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This week we finish our discussion of places whether real, imaginary or just unattainable that sound like great places to visit or explore but we find them very different when we actually experience them.

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This week we begin our discussion of places whether real, imaginary or just unattainable that sound like great places to visit or explore but we find them very different when we actually experience them.

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We continue to try to get to the Brass Monkey Ball.  And there will be blood.  Oh Yes.

Please visit the folks at Bully Pulpit games to check out Fiasco!
You can get a free copy of the Brass Monkey Ball from the Tri Tac Games webpage

John Reiher designed a playset to be used with the Bullypulpit game Fiasco that draws from the HardWired Hinterland setting.  We all got together and decided to try it out.  We had a great time and we think it's entertaining.  Let us know if you agree.

On the technical side, we played an accelerated version of the game. Please visit the folks at Bully Pulpit games to check out Fiasco!
You can get a free copy of the Brass Monkey Ball from the Tri Tac Games webpage
Sorry about some of the audio quality.  I was overloading my microphone and nobody told me so it is a little distorted.  

John Reiher was featured on the latest episode of Mythwits.  this is the audio only version.  If you would like to see the video version please use this link:

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