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The ‘Verse And Your Dice

Posted on March 24, 2013 by Monica Valentinelli

FireflyBanner-450pxI announced recently that I’m the new Brand Manager and one of the writers for the Firefly roleplaying game line. Recently, I published my first update about what we’re up to on the Margaret Weis Productions website.

Here’s a quote from the post that clarifies one of the common questions:

Q: How does the Firefly RPG differ from Serenity RPG?

A: The new Firefly RPG, which is based on the hit Fox television series by Joss Whedon, is scheduled for a 2013 release; the system(s) are currently in development. Margaret Weis Productions did put out a game based on the Serenity movie produced by Universal Studios in 2005. The system for that game was a science fiction flavor of Cortex Classic.

If you’re a reader here on my FlamesRising.com blog, I’ll also be linking to the updates and sticking them underneath my progress reports, since this’ll be one of my projects. I plan to write these bi-monthly and will keep you posted about new titles and some cool ways you can get involved. If you haven’t checked out this publisher’s games yet, you can find a lot of them at DriveThruRPG, too.

For more information, read: Ain’t No Better Place In The ‘Verse.

‘Til then… I have a lot of work to do!

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