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EN World Review – The Clement Sector by Gypsy Knights Games

clement sector coverGreetings Fellow Gamers and Gentle Readers!

It’s certainly been a busy couple of weeks in the wake of GENCON 2014, and it’s been great sharing some of my experiences from the convention in my blogs here.  One of the great things I love about going to GENCON is the opportunity to chat with so many great game designers from companies like Pinnacle Entertainment, Goodman Games, Green Ronin, Chaosium, and, of course, Wizards of the Coast.

And in case you missed it, this week, I finally posted my interview with Mike Mearls, Co-Lead Designer of the new D&D Player’s Handbook!  It was a fantastic opportunity to sit down with one of the main driving forces behind the new edition of Dungeons & Dragons, and if interested, you can check out the interview over on EN World

Also, this past weekend, I finally got my new campaign off the ground – it’s been a complete scheduling nightmare trying to launch a new campaign in the middle of summer with everyone’s busy schedules.  But the Toledo Campaign is no longer D&D 4E, but instead I’m doing a cyberpunk-space-opera setting using the Savage Worlds Deluxe system.  So far it’s been a fantastic mash-up, and the players seem to really be enjoying it so far.  I’m planning on a few blogs down the line discussing the setting and characters in more detail in the coming months.

And speaking of space opera settings, I have a new review posted yesterday over on EN World.  This week, I have an alternate setting for Mongoose Publishing’s Traveller.  It’s called The Clement Sector published by Gypsy Knights Games, and presents a very different universe than the Third Imperium.

If you’d like to read all about this alternate MP Traveller setting, please click on the link below and hyperjump over to EN World to read the review in full:

The Clement Sector: Gypsy Knights Games Offers an Alternative Setting for Mongoose Publishing’s Traveller RPG


There’s a lot of very cool concepts in The Clement Sector, and presents Traveller with a slightly more human centric point of view – Less aliens and more frontier colonialism.

And next week I’ve got a review of an RPG called Witch Hunter by Paradigm Concepts Publishing – a game of horror, swashbuckling, and history.  Check back to find out about this medieval fantasy-horror role-playing game!

So until next review… I wish you Happy Gaming!


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Michael is an Adept of a Secret Order of Dungeon Masters, and dwells in a hidden realm with his two evil cat-familiars, deep within the Vale of Wolverines, called by some "Michigan". He has been esoterically conjuring D&D Campaigns for nearly a Third of a Century, and has been known to cast ritual blogs concerning Dungeons & Dragons every few days with some regularity. Michael has freelanced for Wizards of the Coast, and writes reviews of D&D and other Role-Playing Game products on EN World News.

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