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MORTAL ENGINES (December 8, 2018)

Wednesday, 31 May 2017

[RPG] Infiltrating Spike Island...


The Tuesday Knights slipped back into James Bond mode last night, when we resumed Pete's 1980's Top Secret campaign.

As usual there was no hanging around once the gaming portion of our evening began. My character, Barry, got an off-camera bollocking for his trigger-happy role in our last debacle, then it was on to the next mission - Operation: Spike Island.

[Mucho kudos to Pete, our gamesmaster, for the abundance of A3 illustrations he had ready for us, as well as the "mind map" of our briefing (see below), to we could always recall key facts during the assignment.]

We were told how a mysterious woman, known only as Miss J Hollikoff, had purchased Spike Island, off the south coast of Eire (Southern Ireland), attracting the attention of Irish military intelligence G2, who had shared their concerns with our bosses in Orion.

Our briefing included reports of unmarked helicopters arriving and leaving from the island (once a monastery, then a fort, and finally a prison before being sold in 1987 - the year our campaign is set - to Miss Hollikoff), local fishermen being warned away, suspicious Russian-speaking workers from the island coming over to the mainland, strange lights in the buildings at night etc

The mission we were tasked with, as deniable assets, centred on infiltrating the island, investigating whatever was going on there, and if it was illegal - or connected to Web - we were to neutralise it and capture key personnel for further interrogation.


We planned our "assault" in great detail, got our designated equipment, and arrived at the coast for the quarter-of-an-hour journey - under the cover of night - to Spike Island.

Having come ashore, we hid our two rigid-hulled inflatable boats, then followed the route we had chosen on the many maps and images we had of the site.

Scuttling through the darkness we got to the trench around around the historic fort, climbed down, then up the other side (carefully avoiding a lone guard walking the perimeter with a sniffer dog), and got into the building complex.

We made our way round the edge of the derelict part of the old prison to edge of the main building where activity had been spotted.

A couple of Russians (guards?) were heard chatting behind the building, so we had to find an entrance near where we were.

I managed to pry open a window to the kitchen (I knew my criminal background would come in useful and I had a lot to prove after our last mission), then ease it wide enough for everyone to climb through.

[The window squeaked loudly at first, then I used a Luck Point to open it smoothly the rest of the way]

Spike Island Kitchen
Everything was going well until Hermione (Clare's character) slipped climbing through the window and crashed to the floor, alerting the pair of guards.

One walked round the edge of the building into a bullet from Ivy (Erica's character)'s silenced gun and was felled with a single shot.

The other tried the backdoor of the kitchen, near where I was hiding, but then heard his friend collapse and turned to investigate.

I stepped out and tried to shoot him in the back, hitting his gun hand instead.

To cut a long story short, he screamed a lot and it took three or four bullets from both Barry and, eventually, Ivy to take him out of the action.

Bruno (Kevin's character) and Big M (Simon's character) then joined us in helping drag the corpses into the kitchen and hide them in the kitchen cupboards.

To be continued...

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Weird Wednesday...

Wonder Woman Wednesday (movie mega-post)

Tuesday, 30 May 2017

Weekly World News: This Is How The World Ends, Not With A Bang But A Giggle...


All superheroes (as well as vampire slayers, Time Lords, etc etc) save the world every now and again, so this latest selection of stories from the Weekly World News (and one from the Weekly World Spam, the WWN parody!), are the perfect fodder for creative gamesmasters looking to add a soupçon of next level danger to their campaigns.

Doctor Who Is On A Roll At The Moment...



Must confess, even though there have been some wobbles, this series of Doctor Who (Moffat and Capaldi's last) has really been picking up speed with this current story arc.

Although, is it just me, but I'm sure there have been elements of every story this year that have been definite echoes of events and characters from the Doctor's past - for instance, the upcoming Lie Of The Land looks very similar to the time the Master captured the Tenth Doctor and took over the world, while Martha roamed the planet building a resistance force.

The monks who have been central to this storyline remind me of the prophetess from the Fires Of Pompeii (supposedly where the Doctor 'chose' his current face), the wooden creature in Bill's student digs looked very familiar as well (I thinking of the creatures from The Doctor, The Widow, And The Wardrobe), there have also been cameos from daleks and Movellans, and we know John Simm's iteration of The Master is returning as well as the original cybermen.

But what does it all mean?


[RPG] For Tonight We Game...


Holidays, honeymoons, and business meetings meant this month's gathering of the Tuesday Knights had to be delayed until now.

Tonight, we return to Pete's Top Secret campaign for the aftermath of the unfortunately bloody and chaotic mess our last outing ended up as (mea culpa!).

Hopefully ORION will be willing to let our merry band out on another assignment...

Slowly Mortal Engines Lumbers Into View...

Hester Shaw looks over London

As Peter Jackson's adaptation of Philip Reeve's great book, Mortal Engines, slowly takes form, we are being drip-fed information about the production ahead of its December 14, 2018, premiere.

The latest nugget, from Mr Jackson himself, is this stunning piece of concept art (shown above), depicting Hester Shaw (who will be played by Hera Hilmar, best known to HeroPress readers as Vanessa in Da Vinci's Demons), in her trademark red scarf, looking out over the traction city of London as it (possibly) prepares to devour a small mining town.

The main cast has been confirmed as:

  • Robert Sheehan as Tom Natsworthy;
  • Hera Hilmar as Hester Shaw;
  • Jihae as Anna Fang;
  • Hugo Weaving as Thaddeus Valentine;
  • Leila George as Katherine Valentine;
  • Stephen Lang as Chrysler Peavy;
  • Colin Salmon as Chudleigh Pomeroy.

Mortal Engines will be directed by Christian Rivers, from a script by Peter Jackson, Philippa Boyens, and Fran Walsh.

Monday, 29 May 2017

[OPINION POLL] You Can Select The Face Of HeroPress For Site's 10th Anniversary...


The poll to select the Face Of The First 10 Years Of HeroPress has been running for a week, and the votes have been trickling in nicely.

There's still another week to make your choice though.

This poll is to discover the most popular Geek Pin-Up from the site's ten year history. For nine of the ten years that this blog has been in existence, one of its more popular regular attractions has been its monthly Geek Pin-Up, celebrating the glamorous ladies of genre film and TV.

Each year, I also record the person that attracted the most "hits" on the site, and now, to mark the tenth anniversary of HeroPress I'm inviting readers to choose their favourite from the nine annual 'winners' and one wild card (the most popular pin-up who didn't 'win' her year) .

And I must take a moment to say a massive thank you to Allen Reinertsen of Goodstuff's Cyber World for his enthusiastic promotion of this poll, as well as his campaigning for one of the contenders in particular!  

The poll to choose Face Of The First 10 Years Of HeroPress will remain open until next Monday (June 5).

Cast your vote with the pull-down menu in the VOTING BOOTH at the bottom of this article.

The nominees are:

Miss 2008: Jane Seymour

Miss 2009: Amanda Tapping

Miss 2010: Sybil Danning

Miss 2011: Jolene Blalock

Miss 2012: Cobie Smulders

Miss 2013: Yvonne Strahovski

Miss 2014: Mädchen Amick

Miss 2015: Lindy Booth

Miss 2016: Caroline Munro

Wild Card: Skyler Samuels

VOTING BOOTH:

Celebrating Four Decades Of Sinbad And The Eye Of The Tiger...


While we are all, quite rightly, celebrating the 40th anniversary of Star Wars, let's not forget that this year is also the 40th anniversary of another film that had a life-changing impact on 10-year-old me: Sinbad And The Eye Of The Tiger.

My favourite of the loose trilogy of Ray Harryhausen Sinbad movies (probably because it was the first I saw, and on the big screen), I have written several times in recent years about the major impact this movie had on my early roleplaying life.

While I don't remember whether I saw this before or after Star Wars, I do remember going, with my parents, to see Sinbad And The Eye Of The Tiger in a double-bill with Lost In The Desert, at a small cinema in Tonbridge that is sadly long gone.

Although I read the novelisation of this Sinbad tale (and still own my well-loved original copy of the book), I think it's fair to say that if this film had received the marketing and merchandising of George Lucas's little space story, Sinbad And The Eye Of The Tiger would have had an even bigger impact on my geeky life.

Four decades ago, my gaming primarily revolved around endless sessions of Dungeons & Dragons with my near-neighbour in Pembury, Andrew 'Gublin' Patterson.

The first campaign I ran, and played in, was heavily influenced by the voyages of Sinbad, as depicted in The Eye Of The Tiger (including not only my unimaginatively-named character, Sinbad, but also the characters sailing through the ice wall at the edge of the world to find a hidden temple).

When special effects genius Ray Harryhausen died in 2013, I took part in an old school blogfest to celebrate the impact his movies had on the gaming world, and wrote an article about Sinbad And The Eye Of The Tiger, adding in some Swords & Wizardry statistics for key monsters and magic items.

While, Ray's work - and the Sinbad movies - never directly touched my parallel love of comic books and superheroes at the time (it was many, many years later that I discovered comic book adaptations of the Sinbad stories), it's fair to say I wouldn't be the gamer I am today without the influence of Sinbad And The Eye Of The Tiger at such a tender, impressionable, age.

It laid the groundwork for all future fantasy games I either played in or ran, whether that influence ever overtly manifested itself at the table or not.

Sinbad And The Eye Of The Tiger's 40th anniversary is the subject of the latest Ray Harryhausen Podcast from The Ray and Diana Harryhausen Foundation.

Foundation trustee John Walsh and collections manager Connor Heaney discuss the film and its legacy in depth, in an hour-and-a-quarter show that includes previously unreleased commentary clips of special effects gurus Ray Harryhausen and Colin Arthur discussing their behind-the-scenes memories.

The episode also includes reminiscences from Ray’s daughter, Vanessa Harryhausen, as she recalls her time spent on the set of the movie, and her feelings for it all these decades later.
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