Sorcerer on the Brain

Aaron, Pete and I got together and made characters for the colonized sci-fi solar system setting I have been tinkering with. I am pleased with how it turned out.

Link to AP thread here.

Now to gaze at their character sheets like a fortune teller stares at bird guts and cook up some bangs.

Also, James Nostack PMed me about this setting that I had entirely forgotten about. I stuck it into my google doc files for later tinkering.

Looking back at it, I am interested in making this setting with pre-made demons, a set list to draw on and summon with relationships between them including Desires and Needs that play off one another.

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20 thoughts on “Sorcerer on the Brain

  1. Neat- the first setting is like a dark Leiji Matsumoto setting to me. The second would be extra fun to pull all kinds of references to angels/demons as the summonable demons.

  2. Neat- the first setting is like a dark Leiji Matsumoto setting to me. The second would be extra fun to pull all kinds of references to angels/demons as the summonable demons.

  3. Neat- the first setting is like a dark Leiji Matsumoto setting to me. The second would be extra fun to pull all kinds of references to angels/demons as the summonable demons.

  4. Neat- the first setting is like a dark Leiji Matsumoto setting to me. The second would be extra fun to pull all kinds of references to angels/demons as the summonable demons.

  5. Re: LM?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leiji_Matsumoto

    Manga artist best known for the anime translations of his space operas: Star Blazers/Battleship Yamato, Captain Harlock, Galaxy Express 999.

    Mixes intense romanticism, philosophical melancholy, and big questions on civilization, technology, and what is humanity. Lots of self sacrifice, personal codes of honor, and lamentations at civilization forgetting what it means to be alive.

    As Sorcerer material- it’s always about those who keep their humanity against those who have lost it.

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