Right now I’m putting together the basics of this site so that there’s something in place (rather than just an empty space). More updates and developments will be forthcoming as time goes on.
You can expect to see snippets about the game development process and information about the setting appear here first before we publish it properly but be warned that if it doesn’t make it into the final cut, it isn’t canon.
The system document is currently on version 0.2.1. Proofreaders welcome.
There will definitely be no mainline event in 2018 as I am running an event for another system in Autumn.
More setting information will likely come when the crush of real life quietens down a bit – several major projects at work, closing down a private club, and a slew of LRP events as a player has collectively eaten all of my free time recently.
I am hoping to get things back on track *soon*.
Thanks for following along so far!
It’s an interesting moment when you check your own rules and realise there are a number of assumptions you’ve made and thus not thought to write down.
Such as assuming that Strikedown, Shatter, and Cleave are all calls that anyone would recognise.
Version 0.2.0 of the rules now has several of those assumptions corrected. If anyone would like to help identify more holes in the rules, you can get early access to the current ruleset by contacting the Facebook page.
Perhaps it is time to break the radio silence.
There are still many things to resolve before we go back into active operations, but one thing that has been getting worked on is the system document, which is now at version 0.1.2.
If you are interested in previewing the system document, and assisting with the early stages of development, get in touch by messaging the Facebook page.
Regarding events, it is looking unlikely that a full event will happen in 2018 due to other commitments within the team, but as soon as there is any news on that front, we will inform you immediately.
Thanks for your interest!
It’s been quiet here of late, and some of that is due to simply being busy. Since the last post, I’ve had a major fest and run two other events in quick succession. Just that in itself is quite enough to explain why we’ve not been updating – we’ve been busy and frankly I needed some downtime.
We have been working on the system and some other aspects of the game, and that is actually one of the major reasons I’m not quite up to posting more stuff about the game at the moment.
I’m quite sanguine about where the system is, and I’m relatively confident I could get the required fluff written up so that people can start planning what they might want to do, but there are still some other concerns which are making me consider what I want to be doing with this game.
More to the point, they are making me reconsider whether I want to continue with the project in its current format. So I’m going to be taking more time to think about it, and while I will come back to write an update, I don’t know how long it’ll be before that happens at this time.
Self-care is important for many reasons, including physical and mental health. Learning how to take care of yourself is an invaluable skill for LRP events.
Continue reading “Self-care at events”
The No Heaven team have been giving some thought to event drop, bleed and things we might do better to help mitigate the negative impact these can have.
Continue reading “Post-Event Recovery”
The second work of fiction written in the No Heaven setting. This one is exploring humanity’s first contact with a living alien species.
Continue reading “First and Last Contact”
This is a day in the life of Mareh, an engineer in the Ceres Workers Collective. It’s the first of a number of fiction pieces for the setting.
Continue reading “A day in the life of Mareh (CWC)”
Plots and schemes. Those things that people come to games for. Here’s some information on our opinions on plot.
Continue reading “Plots and Schemes”
Somewhat in the middle of a tonne of events at the moment, but let’s see if we can pin down some kind of rough schedule for when things will happen.
Continue reading “A rough schedule”