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There are many D&D, Pathfinder or generic RPG blogs, but are there any Ubiquity System or Hollow Earth Expedition blogs out there?

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Blogs for Ubiquity can be found at:

  • Sechin Tower, as mentioned by Nestor has great material for running pulp adventures
  • The Black Campbell's blog has entries on Ubiquity in general and HEX in particular from time to time. He tends to produce posts on how to run games, play reports, and gear stats.
  • Casting Shadows, my blog, has a slowly growing collection of material for HEX, All for One, and Desolation. I tend to post entries on using the system, running heroic pulp action games, adventure seeds, and settings.

Resources for Ubiquity can be found at:

  • Mythic Eras, although it does not have blog articles per se. The site has a forum, and links to adventures, alternate rules and settings, and the Danger Magnet magazine.
  • The Hollow Earth Expedition page of John Kahane's Emporium used to have a wealth of links to all sorts of useful resources, such as specific historical information for the period. It is sadly no longer available.
  • Each line has its own forum as well, where lots of information can be shared and discussed:
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Thanks for the plug, Runeslinger! – user2512 Sep 27 '11 at 16:57
Mythic Eras is currently down for renovation – Runeslinger Sep 29 '11 at 8:30
Mythic Eras is back! – Runeslinger Jan 17 '12 at 7:38

A german Ubiquity-Blog called ubiHEX.

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Sechin Tower, whose a lead developer for Exile Games, has a writer's blog that includes material about pulp gaming with HEX and in general. That's one.

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