We’re continuing to plug away at the final items before sending the Living Land Sourcebook off to printers and thought you might be interested in some of the details regarding the Explorer and Destroyer Level backer archetypes, as well as those poor cities that have been sacked by Baruk Kaah’s edeinos.
First up, let’s take a look at the destroyed cities.
We’re getting closer to the Living Land Kickstarter, so here’s one more content preview for now, this time on some of the members of the Delphi Council. Very soon, we'll start talking about reward levels and stretch goals.
During the Torg Eternity Kickstarter, several backers had the opportunity to create characters who would be part of the Delphi Council, and two of those characters are highlighted in the Living Land Sourcebook: Professor Thomas Kaine (Michael Dymond) and Dr. William Linear (C. Randall Newton).
Although these characters were introduced at the back of the Torg Eternity Corebook, they’re given a bit more detail here. Dr. Linear is a paleontologist from another cosm destroyed by Baruk Kaah, while Professor Kaine is an “acquisition specialist” with a particularly strong hatred for the Gaunt Man.
This week we’re going to take a closer look at some of the operations that the Delphi Council is currently implementing in the Living Land. These operations can give the GM ideas on involving the Storm Knights directly into the fight against Baruk Kaah and his minions.
This week we’re taking a closer look at the five main edeinos clans detailed in the Living Land sourcebook. Because of the low Social Axiom, edeinos organize into small groups called tribes. Tribes can number just a few dozen or up to a thousand. Related tribes are loosely associated in the form of clans, and upwards of hundreds of tribes make up a clan.
This week we have something a bit different for you. Just like with the Kickstarter for the Torg Eternity core rules, one of the stretch goals for the Living Land Kickstarter is a soundtrack, with all the songs featuring the Living Land. The music is composed by Ralf Kurtsiefer, who also composed the music for the Torg Eternity soundtrack.
This week we take a look at the Adventure Generator, with which Gamemasters can roll a few dice and come up with the skeleton of an adventure. Even if the results don’t make sense, embracing the weird is completely typical for Torg Eternity.