***1879***: New Personality today! Pradnya Sharma, a Jain, an older woman, has discovered her potential for magic in British-occupied India. How will she reconcile her nonviolent dharma with creating a free India for her grandchildren? bit.ly/2TDIJ3h

At 3969 words, Personalities Vol1 #12, Kaiet Xaparrarte, a Basque occult investigator, has gone to layout, art, and eventual sneak preview posting and release as a $1.99 PDF.

At 4057 words, my 1880s Basque occult investigator character is off to editorial.

New 1879 blog post will appear later today, as I'm moving my blog posting to the afternoon from the morning.

I'll be on Tenkar's Tavern discord.gg/uHBjjU at 8pm USA CT tonight for RPG Coast to Coast, a panel discussion show.

After reading about the High Park capybaras, I've decided that when we do the Canada sourcebook, Toronto will have feral capybaras. Easy enough to explain as a breeding population escaping during import, or from the minimal facilities that some rich person had put in so they could have exotic pets.

1879 Blogs 2019
2/2
Saurids: The Mountain Mothers
Restrictions of Magic
Thoughts Post Gencon 2019
Haktanir Teyze the Engineer
Real World References
Inspirations 5
The Grace of Siméon d’Hivers
A Burning Sensation
Zulus in the Steamweird Century
Stuff That Wouldn’t Fit: Everybody Needs More Arsenic
The Great Ones Remember
Levelling the Land
The Ride of Kiposkodeyl
Things That Go Bang
Personalities: Dr. Olga Vyshenko
What Do Trolls Eat?
Heavy Metal
Far Frae Lan
Personalities: Dr. Moses Malone

1879 Blogs 2019
1/2
And There Were Dragons, Dragons Flying Over The Road
What Is A Human, After All?
Making The Call
Inspirations
Stuff That Wouldn't Fit: London People
Inspirations 2
Stuff That Wouldn't Fit: Everyday Poisons
Building the Appropriate Beast
Getting Into the Spirit of Things
Novelas of New York
Inspirations 3
Mr. Khogisa's Cryptids
The Good Neighbor
Stuff That Wouldn't Fit: The State of the Art
Inspirations 4
Turning Points
Stuff That Wouldn’t Fit: London Street Names (Part 1)

The Year in Review for : How has our line done this year? The answer, not well, serious bottlenecks in layout precluded getting manuscripts into book form, but there's been some successes. See bit.ly/39p0lVO for more.

The Year in Review for : How has our line done this year? The answer, not well, serious bottlenecks in layout precluded getting manuscripts into book form, but there's been some successes. See bit.ly/39p0lVO for more.

1879 Weekly Blog / Personalities: Meet Dr. Moses Malone, the fastest archaeologist in Algiers, currently organizing expeditions at Fort Alice in the Gruv. bit.ly/35PyT1c

1879: Our first shapeshifter, the selkie, appears in the forthcoming 1879 Players Companion. Here's a preview. bit.ly/2LXY4qv

1879: Heavy Metal: The Ottoman Empire has steam mecha. What more do we need to say? And now, the stats. bit.ly/2YsfrVD

1879: Heavy Metal

1879: Heavy Metal: The Ottoman Empire has steam mecha. What more do we need to say? And now, the stats. bit.ly/2YsfrVD #ttrpg #rpgs #steampunk #mecha #ottoman #fasa1879

​This link bit.ly/2svnDs6 redirects to the development tracking spreadsheet. ​We're up ten pages this week, partly due to addition of a new party of example characters. I'm thinking of doing two one-scene short fiction pieces, one rural and one urban. As always, see the Wordcount, Changelog, and To-Do tabs for the latest details. Patrons will get the manual five minutes after this post goes up. Thank you for your interest.

1879 Blog: In which we discuss military rations for Big People, and compare troll rations to Earthdawn's dwarven mine rations. Spoiler: nobody likes either of them. bit.ly/2OZJ4cE

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