Posts Tagged ‘Post-apocalyptic’

The Morrow Project

Posted: February 26, 2013 in RPG
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The Morrow ProjectI follow the discussions on the Morrow Project Yahoo! group with interest, there are some very knowledgeable people on that list.  The discussions can be fascinating, ranging from where would be the best place to hole up after a disaster, to the survivability of malls being assaulted by zombies.  One of the most regular long term and deeply heartfelt topics on the list, however, is with regards to outfitting Morrow Project team members.  What type of sidearms, what long arms, what anti-tank weapons, what all terrain vehicles, what kind of armour and air support…as I say, it’s a regular discussion topic.

For those who don’t know MP, it’s a venerable title, published first back in the heart of the cold war, a modern post-apocalyptic game during the time when RPGs were wargames with characters grown out of them.  The first edition had characters who were a bundle of stats and nothing more (much like the Original D&D).  What it did have (in spades) is gun porn.




Posted: November 25, 2009 in Modern, RPG
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And I feel fine!

It was sixty years since the “big stop” happened, the day that everything ceased moving, the skies grew quiet.  In the interim life has gone on, changed but still continuing.  The Mad Max world envisioned by Hollywood never came to pass, there were no wild packs of roving gangs with guns, no turbocharged death machines filling the roads.  It was more of a return to a simpler time, with horses supplanting cars again, roads slowly losing their pavement, and man losing his place as the master of nature.

*The end of the world as we know it!