Wherein the Postcards from Avalidad characters meet Soror Luxuria, from Sisters of the Seven Sins
“As the man said, for every complex problem there’s a simple solution, and it’s wrong.” ― Umberto Eco, Foucault's Pendulum https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4HFgYjCXTuY “As the World Changes” The kidnapping of actress Lucinda Fullbrigth, star of the popular RealSim soap opera As the World Changes hits the news. Clayton Reed decides the subject is too sensitive and decides to … Continue reading Postcards from Avalidad Season #1 Episode #6
“Junk is the ideal product... the ultimate merchandise. No sales talk necessary. The client will crawl through a sewer and beg to buy.” William Burrough
“I have come here to chew bubblegum and kick ass, and I'm all out of bubblegum.” John Nada, They Live https://youtu.be/G8VHdYhPq1A The morning after the fire... Nakatomi is waiting for the lab results for the strange soft drink: Orgone energy was detected among a regular mix of caffeine, sugar, caramel and spices. It's clearly an energy drink, but … Continue reading Postcards from Avalidad Season #1 Episode #4
This has been a busy year here in the Red Room, with six books published by Postmortem Studios: Orpheum Lofts. The Memorial, The Sisters of the Seven Sins, Welcome to St. Cloud, Postcards from Avalidad and As Above, So Below.
The map of Avalidad will be included in a upcoming sourcebook for Postcards from Avalidad, the Postcards Companion, which will also feature a timeline of events for the near future setting, optional rules* for Psionics, a more detailed city guide, information about other corporations of note, a list of equipment and a table of random … Continue reading Map of Avalidad (Postcards from Avalidad)
Each Rollerclash team is sponsored by a different corporation. These are the teams playing in Avalidad by order of relevance:
Malena is still under threat from her enigmatic stalker. Meanwhile, James C, star player of Brutal Deluxe Rollerclash team, suspects foul play during a match.
“Time moves in one direction, memory in another.” William Gibson