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Fellowship of the White Star now available at DriveThruRPG! 
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Rafe, Agent of the Fraternity
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Post Fellowship of the White Star now available at DriveThruRPG!

The surprising charmly clone/sequel of MotRD, a Ravenloft book in all but name, is now available as a To-Buy-PDF.

Maybe worth a look for some of you!



Meleon × The Coward's Blade

Fri Feb 12, 2010 3:43 am
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I bought this a while ago.

I haven't played MotRD in a while, but there is some good stuff in there. The setting is advanced by a few years more than MotRD if I recall correctly, but it shouldn't be too hard to ''backtrack'' the tech or setting I would think...

My only criticism might be the PC classes which were some kind of rehash of the Core classes. But for all I know, it could just be a matter of personnal taste.

The whole cabal, setting was interesting and would pillage some stuff for my own game.

And please note I don't have the book in front of me.


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Fri Feb 12, 2010 9:17 am
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fair Note: I'm on eof the campaign writers and staff

I'm glad some of you like the campaign. I can say that the majority of folks who have given it a try at cons have been hooked and keep playing.

The campaign rolls the year each calendar year. 2010 is 1907. Wehad 24 mods set in 1905 and another 22 for 1906, we are shooting for about the same for 1907.

In addtion to the folk who play in the official campaign, I know folks who use the mods for savage worlds, cthulhu, ravenloft, home FWS games, etc... They are pretty easy to translate into other systems. Most of them would also be easy enough to play in the victorian period rather than the Edwardian, but there are soem mods that are time sensitive. For instance the ones with Rasputin and the San Francisco quake are pretty much tied to a specific date.

The website is if anyone wants to read more on it.



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I do intend to get the main campaign book eventually, but I'm gettin' those modules as soon as I get paid!!! Many of them would be perfect for my Ravenloft campaign! :D

Cheers on a great job, White Star folks!!

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Wed Jul 07, 2010 10:09 am
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