More Steampunk RPGs- too much fun!

So, over the last while I wrote yet 3 more Steampunk Role-Playing games which I then ran at Arcanacon 2011 and Conquest 2011.  “Airship Mayhem” was a murder mystery with lots of drama and action for a group of Airship Navigators plus the Snoots family. It involved ethereal pistols, people in the dark, sneaking around, building various devices and more. “Snoots Family at the Circus” was set at a (surprise) Circus, but featured various SP devices and some odd red glowing stuff. I also wrote and ran a third game that was more a gothic horror/SP cross-over, set in Transylvania and titled “Murder on the Transylvanian Express” bwahahaha. Think vampires, ethereal digging machines, vials of mysterious substances… and here’s some pictures from the various games. There’s Count Wolfenbach, some Airship Francs, an Ethereal Reflectoscope,  Angelina, the 3 clowns, and Ringmaster Sir Henry Longbottom.

My latest Steampunk RPGs

Sir Reginald Snoots- he's from South Africa you know

Well I’ve been busy writing Steampunk RPGs- 4 in the last 6 months, which is part of why I haven’t posted much for ages (also my Dad had aggressive cancer and an operation- thanks God he’s better now).

The first 2 RPGs were “The Mysterious Disappearance of Sir Reginald Snoots: A smashing Victorian adventure” and “The Jan Snoots Diamond Murder”, with all the SP essentials like airships, green glowing goo, exploding inventions, a gentleman’s club and a dash of romance. I ran these at Arcanacon and Unicon in Melbourne and used some fun props including these rather lovely pictures. (Oh and the other reason I haven’t posted much is due to writing about 20,000 words towards my masters which has taken much of my creativity.) And now for your delectation…

Lady Jessica Snoots is consoled

The rather put-out Russian

But is she really?