“How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Bomb Shelter (24hr Edition)” is a game of paranoia and treachery for at least 4 players. A VIP named Keeton a senior political or academic figure is trapped in a bomb or fallout shelter with people they thought they could trust, but someone is out to […]
BOOK: $10 (£7.50) PDF: $5; BOOK+PDF: $12.50 Remember Tomorrow Near-Future Roleplaying Play Sheets (PC, Faction and Episode Sheets) (PDF, 123 kB) Alternate Sheets (with Brands|Types removed) (PDF, 125 kB) PC Character Sheet (GIF, 224 kB) NB: "Desperate" on earlier sheets is a typo, it should be "Destitute" as an NCon. (New Sheets: 15 Jun 10)Rules Summary SheetSimple Sheets (4 per page)Other plain sheets
James Iles is raising funds for Legacy: Life Among the Ruins - world-rebuilding roleplaying on Kickstarter! The old world was twisted and ravaged by the Fall, but your clan survived. Play through their saga of struggle, discovery and conquest!
The Brenner debate was a major historical debate, characterised in 1985 by the historians Trevor Aston and C. H. E. Philpin as 'one of the most important historical debates of recent years'. The debate tested the thesis of Robert Brenner's article "Agrarian Class Structure and Economic Development in Pre-Industrial Europe", published in the seventieth issue of the academic journal Past & Present, and was given focus by a symposium in around 1977, several contributions to which appeared in the pagest of the same journal. Brenner's article and the discussions that followed it have a broad significance for understanding the origins of capitalism, and were foundational to the 'Political Marxism' movement.