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Punk Never Dies: An Introduction to the Meta Genre

We’ve all heard about the genres of cyberpunk and steampunk at some point before. Some of you may also be fans of solarpunk and teslapunk, but did you know there are also the likes of dieselpunk, biopunk, and stonepunk? What’s with all of these “punks?!” Well, in this series we are going to take a…

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Punk Never Dies: An Introduction to the Meta Genre

28 – Worldbuilding in CyberPunk 2077, Pre-Release Discussion

Verticality, outfits and styles, customization, vehicles, kitsch and radio show hosts. We break down the worldbuilding content of Cyberpunk 2077 by trawling through hours of YouTube videos and articles so you don’t have to. We also plan on playing the game with some unique styles and options so when we talk through our Post Release…

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The Forgotten Builds: Salt Marsh

   One of Wizards of the Coast’s “legacy” supplements, the book Ghosts of Saltmarsh is a setting guide and compendium of several classic adventures, guiding players into a campaign of sea-faring, mystery, and sometimes even horror. But what’s to know about this sea-shanty town? What sort of theming should you be going for with this adventure?…

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The Forgotten Builds: Salt Marsh

02 – GameLit

James and Seth discuss the newest hottest sub-genre of sci fi around, GameLit, in this episode of the Worldcraft Club Podcast.  Tune in to hear about how you can make the most of the benefits and avoid some of the challenges of this unique genre while building worlds for your narrative to dwell in. Some…

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What is Worldbuilding?

Welcome, dear reader, to the first blog written under the WorldCraft Club name!  This is James, I’ll be doing most of the blog writing around here with Seth chiming in once in a while.  I’m certain his voice will also be felt in my writing as he’ll be serving as my editor. This blog will…

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What is Worldbuilding?