Any gamer will tell you their Game Master is the Devil, but which devil are they? This handy guide will help you identify the infernal power running your game.
It appears that a spambot managed to get past my blog’s spam detector and also managed to fool me at first. I think I have now successfully blocked it, but I apologize in advance if random external links start showing up in the comments.
For 2018 I will be starting on a new project; a campaign arc to rival the Revelation Cycle put out by SJ Games. I have learned from experience that dominating the blog with a single type of post is not healthy for it, so you can still expect a health mix of NPCs, reflections, tethers, and general irreverence that has nothing to do with this project. However, over the course of the year I hope to produce all the elements necessary to play through the 1st act in what I hope will ultimately become a full 5 act drama. Continue reading
2017 was the Liber Neglecta’s 5th year online, and the second year of (mostly) continuous posting. As the year draws to a close, I thought now would be a good time to look at who has topped the chart as most popular Angel or Demon.
Nadezda was born in Russia and is based in the SF Bay Area. She describes her work as mirrors “that reflect not just the body’s exterior, but the subconscious hidden inward landscapes of human nature.”
The artist does not have a specific collection of Angels and Demons, but you can see a sampling of her work across different media at http://www.twistedmatter.com/.