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Relaunch (Sort of) of the HEX PBeM Game

After a bit of a hiatus from the Hollow Earth Expedition (HEX) PBeM game that I run, while I tried to figure out how to handle the stuff that had gone wrong with it, I've finally posted up the relaunch notice for the players on the mailing list. It wasn't so much that stuff went wrong with it, per sé, as the fact that I basically lost control of the running of the game for various reasons, and it all just spiralled out of control on me.

So what I've basically done is concluded that I need to go back to the beginning of the game, with the first actual game post, and restart from that moment. I've just posted the announcement of the relaunch of the game on the HEX: Tales of the Hollow Earth PBeM mailing list, and hope that some, if not all, of the folks who were participating in the game will wish to do so still. I'm looking forward to getting it going again, and we'll see how many of the original players from the game decide to play.

Hollow Earth Expedition is a really good roleplaying game of Pulp adventure set in the 1930's with an emphasis on the Hollow Earth (as the title suggests), and the game has really good support on the part of the folks at Exile Game Studio. You can also check out my first journal entry about the HEX rpg as well. Anyone who might be interested in playing in the PBeM game is more than welcome of course. :)
Tags: hollow earth expedition, pbp, relaunch, rpg
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