Draft One Page Campaign Opener – FATEPunk

"A corporate state in the Pacific successfully built a space elevator, and now a thriving country based around global trade of imported resources from space and a highly educated workforce. Mexico, The Western Republic and Independent Texas lead a group of South and Central American states in a further construction effort, aided by the New … Continue reading Draft One Page Campaign Opener – FATEPunk

C is for: China

China has been a heavy investor in African communities for decades now and it's investment of capital into the local space elevator project has given certain powers in the local community that others simply don't have access to. Perhaps the biggest reason for such deep investment is the expansion of Chinese interests into Near-Earth Orbit … Continue reading C is for: China

B is for: the Big One

Nobody predicted the Big One. One morning, shortly before 6am East Africa Time, what had generally been considered a low activity faultline near the East African Rift became suddenly, intensely active. With a moment of magnitude above nine, and with intense tremors lasting for over half an hour, many people across East Africa and parts … Continue reading B is for: the Big One

A is for: the African Union

The African Union is a very different entity to what it once was many years ago. Like many international bureaucracies, it managed to survive long after many national governments fell and were replaced, or its members went to war or sued for peace. Working with the European Federation, the United Nations, and various NGOs and … Continue reading A is for: the African Union

New A-Z for FATEPunk

Since I decided on the location jump to the Somali Coast from the Pacific Islands, I suppose it's time to redo a lot of what I already had done. So that means another series of A-Z posts. Yay? This time I won't be cramming them into one month if only so I don't go mad. … Continue reading New A-Z for FATEPunk

State of the FATEPunk

Oh no, now I've started thinking about old projects, I may have gone too far!   As I said in the last post, I stole borrowed the Pacific setting of my FATE-based cyberpunk game on a game I played in 2011 or thereabouts, which I enjoyed thoroughly. But the game fell down and stopped at … Continue reading State of the FATEPunk