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Written by Noirin Curran   
Feb 01, 2012 at 04:02 AM

Hello, Irish Gamers, it's been awhile!

As Warpcon has now come to a close, we have a scenario for you from the lovely Mike Calnan, his 5-Player DC Adventures RPG from Warpcon 2012 - Batmen of the Future: The Last Laugh

15 years ago Gotham city was rocked by a rising tide of violence and chaos that only ended when Batman fought the Joker in Arkham Asylum. That night the Arkham burned and though no sign was ever found of either Joker or the Batman’s body neither was seen again in Gotham. Time passed and Gotham changed, the crazies and the costumed freaks faded from the city. Nowadays people rarely think about those terrible years when the city was terrorised by masked criminals and when they do many consider Batman as bad as the rest of them.

But all that is about to change, a terrorist claiming to be the Joker has attacked Gotham blowing up chemical bombs in crowded public spaces exposing dozens to the Joker toxin. With the city in chaos and the police seemingly powerless to help you have taken it upon yourself to take up the mantle of the Bat and see that Gotham is once more protected by the Dark Knight.

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Written by Noirin Curran   
Mar 04, 2011 at 06:31 AM

Goooood morning, Irish Gamers!

It's almost the weekend - I definitely have that Friday feeling - and to celebrate we have a Deathwatch game for you which was first run in January, at Warpcon 2011. Standing in the main hall at Warpcon while this game was on, as Nick and I happened to be, you could not fail to notice it. Seven tables full of players alternatively shouting at the tops of their lungs, threatening other tables of players and GMs, and calling each other out - here you have it, Ciaran "Sarky" O' Brien's Grimdark THIS! I believe the appropriate catch phrase is: "This makes me SO ANGRY!"

Disclaimer: Playing/Running this game may cause high blood pressure, laryngitis, and ANGER!!!

Leprecon is running this weekend in Trinity College, Dublin - hope everyone has a great time!

Enjoy!

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Written by Nick Huggins   
Feb 25, 2011 at 05:40 AM

As promised, find the second of Shane's "Serve Cold" scenarios uploaded to the site, this week!

Irish "con season" looms large in March, featuring Leprecon, Retcon, and Itzacon. If you're writing a scenario for any of these, you know who'd love to take your scenario and pop it online and let the whole world see it? Yes, that's right, your Auntie IrishGaming.Com!

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Written by Noirin Curran   
Feb 17, 2011 at 10:58 AM

Good evening, Irish Gamers!

Welcome to another thrilling installment of IrishGaming.Com. We have a few games waiting to be published over the next couple of weeks, so be sure to keep checking back to see what we have for ye! Today, we are publishing a Discworld game - Blood at Stake from Warpcon 2011 - the sequel to Ian Power's infamous Cogs & Dogs game which originally ran at Gaelcon last October. It's definitely worth taking a look at - that is unless you want to play both of Ian's games back to back at Retcon at the end of March. You know you want to!

Happy gaming!

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Written by Nick Huggins   
Feb 04, 2011 at 06:12 AM

When is it not a bad thing that Nick has been lax and not updating the site religiously every Friday? When it's because there's so much other gaming stuff going on and he hasn't got a moment to call his own! JumpTech at Warpcon and Midway in January, then add a side order of World of Warcraft and Minecraft as my other ongoing addictions. And then someone gave me Rock Band 3 and Mass Effect 2 for Christmas. I need more time in the week, and after playing Small World at Warpcon I want to spend some time playing that as well. Gah.

All of that is no real excuse to have been sitting on two scenarios from The Adventuring Party podcaster Shane O'hUid for over a month! Both are called "Serve Cold" and one's for Shadowrun, the other for Deadlands. You get the first this week, and the second the week after next. Thanks Shane and sorry for the delay!

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