10 thoughts on “So, this is a piece I finished awhile ago.”

  1. Firstly, thank you Mark Tygart​ for the comment and +1. I appreciate you taking the time to read my stuff. Secondly, I am unfamiliar with Monster of the Week, outside of its existence. Is there anything I could do to make it more DW friendly? I run a weekly DW game, but honestly I am pretty clueless when it comes to the overall mechanics. I dig the system, but am kinda clueless when it comes to creating tension and when to do what move. So, any suggestions for the setting will also end up making me a better DW-DM!

  2. Paul Berry​, it could be worse, you could be addicted to the awful, horrendous, melodic, angelic… I LOVE ‘CALL ME MAYBE’…Oh God, I need help… Andrea Serafini​, thank you for the +1!

  3. Really good work, Ian Hagan .

    It is weird and terribly unsettling – it reminds me a more lyrical version of the Nightmare city of “Don’t Rest Your Head.” However, the feeling is more urban (and really dark) fantasy than classical fantasy. I fear the rulesets you chose aren’t really in line with the vibe of the city.

    Do you know chronicles of darkness, or unknown armies? I think they could be good rulesets for the Neon City, especially if you alternate phases inside the city and outside of it. Or you may try with other powered by apocalypse, in particular black stars rise or “the world of our desires”, maybe Urban shadows may work perfectly, too.

  4. Wow, awesome comment Andrea Serafini​. Thank you, not only for reading my piece, but also taking the time to think about it to write your comment. I will check out your sugguestions, and if they work, I will attempt to integrate them into my piece!

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