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* [[LivingRules]] - Rulebooks and Resources for [[Lords of the Earth]]
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* [[Lords of the Earth]], [[:Category:CampaignOne|Campaign One Encyclopedia]]
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* ThroneWorld [[:Category:Technical Notes | Technical Notes]]
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Revision as of 22:55, 22 July 2009

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What's New


You've found the home of Thomas Harlan's OATH OF EMPIRE series from Tor Books, which includes The Shadow of Ararat, The Gate of Fire, The Storm of Heaven and The Dark Lord.

And In the Time of the Sixth Sun, which is a science-fiction / archaeological-mystery/ space warfare epic set in a far-future dominated by the Méxica (Aztec) Empire, which currently includes Wasteland of Flint, House of Reeds and Land of the Dead. This series is also published by Tor Books.

We also host a wiki devoted to the fabulous work of Kenneth Bulmer, perhaps better known as Alan Burt Akers:


Crusader Earth

A D20-system role-playing universe set on historical Earth in the 1100's, mostly centered in the Holy Land and Nabatea. Most of the components of this world have been published in DRAGON and DUNGEON magazines, published by Paizo Publishing.

Lords of the Earth

This is also the home of LORDS OF THE EARTH, an incredibly addictive play-by-(e)mail strategy wargame. In 2003, Lords was nominated for an Origins/GAMA award as Best PBM Game of the Year.

Tales of Nihongi

A historical-fantasy Micea-system game, Nihon-gi was set in Feudal Japan during the Warring States period in the AD 1700's.

The Rimworld Ventures Expeditions

This is an science-fiction game world set in the Babylon Five universe. The players were employees of the Rimworld Ventures corporation, an Earth-based xenoarchaeological concern with an office on the Babylon Five station.

The Rise of the Hûkun

Micea is a fantastic world populated by anthropomorphics (fuzzy animals that walk upright and have thumbs). The players were, at first, newly inducted members of the Seven Cities League Iron Legion. Later, after getting into a lot of trouble, they were wandering mercenaries.

Legends of the Past...

Since Tom's been doing this kind of gaming since junior high, he has many skeletons in the closet. Some of his previous games are summarized here.

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