Posts Tagged ‘Science Fiction’

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The Hub Federation is a new RPG Supplement from Gypsy Knights Games . The Hub Federation is the closest thing that the Clement Sector comes to a “federation” or “stellar nation.” It has limited authority and influence but has the potential (and probably desire) to grow. It is made up ...
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Back in 2012 I started getting into Age of Sail-style science fiction in the form of David Weber's Honor Harrington and David Drake's Republic of Cinnabar Navy. I have enjoyed both, though I have a preference for the Republic of Cinnabar Navy in part due to its smaller scale. A major reason for ...
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Cascadia Adventures 2: The Lost Girl is a new RPG Adventure from Gypsy Knights Games. The second in a series of adventures set in the Clement Sector and more specifically the Cascadia subsector, this adventure is only loosely linked to the first. The same person that hired the characters in ...
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Subsector Sourcebook 4: Sequoyah is a new RPG Supplement from Gypsy Knights Games. Over the past year, I have been given the pleasure to review many of the Gypsy Knight products connected to the Clement Sector series of books. The Subsector Sourcebook 4: Sequoyah is another book that ...
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I found this movie after researching the last film I wrote about, Outpost and decided to research it. It has a interesting production story in that it had four different versions made because the director was never satisfied with it. It was also controversial for its time because of the ...
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Eclipse Phase is a Role Playing Game Core Book from Catalyst Game Labs. I have had a few PDFs in my archives that were given to me to review but due to unforeseen life complications, I was not able to. I felt I owed those products a review and since I have started Gamer’s Codex, I have gone ...
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Another movie I remember very well from my childhood days of watching way too much TV was the Day of the Triffids. I will always remember the sounds the Triffids made. Only recently did I find out (thanks to Wikipedia) that it was based on a 1951 novel of the same name and there were also ...
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Much anticipation surrounded the much fabled Fading Suns 3rd edition, at least in the circles of Fading Suns fans. Unfortunately, due to many difficult situations, 3rd edition never really made it to fruition. Instead a “revised edition” was released with fewer changes to the core system ...
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21 Plots Too is a sequel to Gypsy Knights Games' very creative and inspiring 21 Plots. In much the same way as 21 Plots presented you with plot ideas, 21 Plots Too does as well. The supplement presents several plots around patrons encountering a party with a starship. While 21 Plots had a few ...
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Coming across this in my Netflix list, and I thought “how bad could it be with Michael York?” Come on! Logan from Logan’s Run? 1997 was a time when CGI sci-fi flicks were coming out a dime a dozen and many of them had halfway decent effects. Babylon 5 was at its peak. Star Trek: Deep ...
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