Friday, January 30, 2015

Streets of Regalis: Cyberpunk Gang

I've been taking a break from doing maps and instead working on final renders for the different enemies. One faction is called the Cyberpunk Gang which is a group of criminals augmented by nano and cyber technologies. They use electricity and energy to attack.

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Streets of Regalis: Enemy Counts

The original In Harm's Way Tactics (and expansion) both had three factions each with around 10 bad guys each. Streets of Regalis will have more factions, but less baddies per group. However, the total number will be at least 40 enemies (compared to 30 for the core rules). As an example, here's a member of the Black Hand Brotherhood, an assassins guild.

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Streest of Regalis: More Skirmish Maps

Here are three more skirmish maps for Streets of Regalis. The top one goes with a mission against Ghuls, a cannibalistic race. The middle is a smuggler hideout (in a warehouse), and the last one is the lawn of a nobleman's estate.

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Streets of Regalis: Cover WIP

Here's the cover for Streets of Regalis as it currently stands. It features a woman from the Red Lotus crime syndicate on the left and a Griefer gang member on the right. Note: this is low rez so the red in the title looks a little crappy...

Thursday, January 15, 2015

Streets of Regalis: Skirmish Maps

My current plan for Streets of Regalis is to include 21 separate locations, each with from one to three skirmish maps. That adds up to 45 different maps! Although these won't be full-sized maps, each still needs to be unique and interesting. I'm trying to do a few a day, but it's pretty time consuming to be sure...

Monday, January 12, 2015

Streets of Regalis: The Gnomi

Streets of Regalis (SoR) will introduce a new race called the Gnomi. This is a diminutive species (under 4') with large eyes and pointed ears, and well known for tinkering with all kinds of machines and devices. They are also well known for stealing all kinds of machines and devices. Humans call them a number of derogatory names such as tinks, tinkers, and (individually) sparky.

Sunday, January 11, 2015

Streets of Regalis: Erudites

My version of the Erudites, included in Streets of Regalis, is a blue-skinned race obsessed with perfecting their species until they transcend the physical realm entirely. Like the Magna, the Erudites believe they are superior to all other races. However, they are not interested in conquering others, or even proving their supremacy, since both are linked to the material world which they are endeavoring to leave.

As part of their quest for perfection, the Erudites use selective breeding to create their version of a master race. This has resulted in each one looking nearly identical, so much so that other races find it almost impossible to tell them apart. In fact, Erudites themselves differentiate each other via telepathy instead of physical appearance.

Erudites are psionic, like the Dahl, but focus their abilities on controlling others through illusion and direct mental command. Other races are rightfully distrustful of the Erudites, viewing them as deceptive and manipulative.

Friday, January 09, 2015

Streets of Regalis: Void Spawn Demon and Imp

The Void Spawn come from another dimension where pain is considered pleasurable. To that end, they torture others believing that they are benefiting those they're hurting.

Here are two members for that faction: a Void Spawn Demon and Imp. The lmp is smallish, around 4 feet tall (and yes I realize he doesn't have any naughty bits...).

Thursday, January 08, 2015

Streets of Regalis: Faction Examples

Streets of Regalis will include several new factions. Below I've included two examples: on the left is a member of the Cyberpunks gang. They've augmented their bodies with technology. The other example is from the Null Cult. They're basically a death cult that worships beings called the Void Spawn that exist in a hell dimension. (Note, these images are still works in progress.)

Monday, January 05, 2015

In Harm's Way Tactics: Streets of Regalis

I've decided to work on a campaign for In Harm's Way Tactics since campaign-play was one aspect not directly included in the core rules. Called Streets of Regalis, the supplement will involve skirmishes at locations in the capital of the Imperium. This will allow players to raise their characters from Tier 1 to 5.

Streets of Regalis will feature maps of the three main districts of the city: Ashetown, Middleton, and West End. On these maps, skirmish locations are denoted by a building icon (like the one here) along with the name of the location and the tier (difficulty).