The full archives of all the Sanguinus Curae materials I received are now available to view, with printable versions of most things to follow.
I've added some links, an article on how to modify skills for Victorian Changeling, and another section of the Victorian timeline.
In addition to further updates in my Addendum to Victorian Lost, today's article focuses on how to use Damnation City for games set in the Victorian era.
I've started a new subsection just for Victorian-themed Changeling material, since I've found myself working on many pieces of it since the release of Victorian Lost.
I've posted my review of Victorian Lost: A Maze of Hedge and Smoke, the latest release for Changeling: the Lost (still one of my favorite games ever, and one which I've greatly enjoyed running recently!). A new merit has also been submitted for Changeling, as well!
I've put up some more of the disciplines from the Sanguinus Curae files and I have shared some in-depth advice on freehold creation for Changeling: the Lost. This advice is nowhere near complete yet, but it is informed by what I've learned from running my recent Changeling chronicle.
I've put up some more of the disciplines from the Sanguinus Curae files. I hadn't realized that I'd forgotten to convert a grip of them, so they'll be forthcoming in future updates.
I've added Changeling: the Lost material lately to the Game Additions page, including merits and flaws, and I've updated some things like my goblin fruit guide.
After posting it in sections on my Facebook group, I put up a full article on what I've learned from playing and running World of Darkness chronicles through email.
I've put up the combination disciplines from the Sanguinus Curae files. In other news, a PDF book I worked on this summer for the Pathfinder roleplaying game has been released, and it's chock full of aasimar, tiefling, and elemental templates! Check it out!
I've put up a new changeling trifle Michael was kind enough to submit and some kiths I've been brewing for a while. Now that I have an actual kiths page, I just want to fill it up with some of the great ones I've seen floating in the ether out there.
Real life has been so very hectic that finding time to work on things here has been - well, you can tell, I'm sure. I'm hoping to do more soon, since I've had other submissions to add and material I've been itching to write, like yet another ode to Vampire: the Masquerade for its 20th anniversary. I've got the PDF of the book already but haven't had much of an opportunity to delve into it...yet!
A new changeling merit is available! Due to real life overscheduling, the conversion of the last Sanguinus Curae pages is going slowly, but I have not forgotten about all the content I intend to put up here.
The disciplines section from Sanguinus Curae is in the process of being converted. I've got some of it up right now and I aim to have the rest done as soon as I'm able. Happy New Year, everyone!
After many delays and difficulties, I have put up the last of the clan pages from the late Sanguinus Curae (the Tremere and Ventrue articles, respectively).
I have added new pages from the late, great Sanguinus Curae in the clans section. I have also put up printable versions of most of the ancient ways section, and added some printable versions of the materials in the character section.
I know that people have found their way to my site looking for the old Sanguinus Curae materials and I am dedicated to getting everything up. I am also looking forward to making so much of what's available here print-ready for your convenience. So bear with me, and I will make good!
I have put up a tool I developed to help people detail their characters - the character palette. If you would like to know how and why I made it, or if you would like to give some feedback, head over to the discussions on my Facebook group.
I added a user submission, Contracts of Music, as well as my first attempt at a token, Belle's Mirror. I've also put up the character sheet and background for Juliette Snow, a character I'm going to get to play this weekend. It's been a long time since I've been able to play (or game at all, or with a new group), so I am stoked! I've finished up a brief article on changeling abductions that I started some time ago, but forgot to finish. This is only the start of the articles I want to write to help people explore and understand Changeling: the Lost.
Here's to a new month! I've updated the section on clans, integrating my old writeups with Sanguinus Curae's articles. There are more articles on the way, in that section and others, so stay tuned.
I have added some fiction that I recently developed on my blog, and I also added the goblin fruit on my blog to the changeling creations page.
I have added links to some nWoD character generators. One of them, the Vault of Darkness, can export to HTML and produced the character sheet on my fiction for Sidney Black. I've also been updating my blog with a regularity that surprises me.
Unfortunately, I have had some computer troubles lately (and the things I'd like to do to the people who produce malware and trojans, you don't even want to know). While those get sorted out, my updates will be sporadic but they will happen.
I have added a section from Sanguinus Curae on building Vampire characters. While the thirty one articles were written with Masquerade in mind, they might provide food for thought for Requiem.
I've been adding links the last few days, slowly but surely. I'd like to find a lot more resources to add, but I'm not doing too badly.
I have put up an article on defining locations as a Storyteller, focusing on common pitfalls and a method for making places unique. I have also added my location worksheet for cities, towns, neighborhoods. Instead of just posting the sheet, I give some explanation for what's on there and I give an example of how it can be filled out. The advice might be something you've heard before, but I can say that the worksheet has helped me so far.
I have been working on adding user submissions to the Changeling Creations page and I moved the creations to their own folder. (And thanks to the people who've submitted things!) I'm also working on an article that's not quite done yet, but it's getting there. I hope to have it up in the next few days.
I added my first Changeling submission, Contracts of Ink (and its printable version) by ophidimancer! I also reworked the Changeling Creations page.
I added a couple of pieces of art today, namely here and here. I've also added a form on the links page, in case people have links they want to submit. There's no way I can find all the goods on the internet by myself.
The major update this time is the form that I added to the Changeling Creations page. I don't know if it will sit there unused, or if people will be willing to share what they've made, but I'm hoping to become a resource for Changeling: the Lost. I really liked the way that sites like Sanguinus Curae arranged submissions in a central location that was easy to browse; forums and wikis just don't provide that. I would also like to continue, as they did, to provide printable copies for easy use during games. So here goes nothin'.
I'vegot a couple of things on the back burner that'll have to wait a little longer, but they should be up soon.
Slowly but surely, I am integrating more material from Sanguinus Curae. Tonight, I have been able to add the Storytelling section for Vampire. I have thrown some of my own articles into the mix and restructured it a little bit. Thus, there's a section for articles that are helpful for running vampires in a more general sense. The rest of the sections focus on Vampire: the Masquerade. I have also restructured the links to your left to accomodate the new material and to flow better in terms of ideas.
With the gracious permission of the ladies at Sanguinus Curae, I have started the process of reposting articles from their now-defunct web site, which shut down at the start of this year. So far I have been able to convert their fiction and their articles on the ancient ways of vampires. Their site was up for a decade, so I will have a lot of work ahead of me, but I am glad for the opportunity.
I have managed to upload a freehold worksheet PDF, which I sat down and plotted out just recently. It helped me with a freehold for my game, so I thought it might help other folks, too. Nin was awesome and made an editable version. I have also set up the goblin market costs as a PDF, and I have activated http://wod.kismetrose.com for easy reference.
Welcome to 2010! I have added an introduction to Changeling: the Lost, with much more to follow. I have also removed a number of dead links and tried to add as many new ones.