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The Wait is Over!

« 4 June 2020 | 14:15 | Cosmic Cutthroats, Earth-Omega Setting, Other Games, Uru Ulan Setting | No Comments »

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Inspirational Images for Uru Ulan

« 21 April 2018 | 23:32 | Uru Ulan Setting | No Comments »

A look at the city from the outside. The “city” is actually a series of colonies built on rocks around Saturn, in some alternate world far in the future. Some regions of the city are rich in magic, others contain incredible technology, and a few have both. Image credit Vlad Marica   The city was […]

The Cosmic Vault, an Endless Dungeon for Uru Ulan

« 15 April 2018 | 7:43 | Uru Ulan Setting | No Comments »

Previous posts about Uru Ulan First post about the Transdimensional City: Dimension Generation Tables (for any game, but specifically for Invulnerable RPG): Uru Ulan tag:   The Ylem and the Pleroma In the highest dimension there is endless chaos, full of unrealized possibilities. Here and there, there are Cosmoses, universes, floating like bubbles. Together, […]

Infinite Dimensions for Invulnerable

« 15 June 2014 | 19:30 | Earth-Omega Setting, Uru Ulan Setting | No Comments »

Some heroes can travel from one dimension to another; and sometimes, heroes follow villains through strange doorways to other worlds they cannot even imagine. In addition, a few heroes have found their way to the trans-dimensional city of Uru Ulan, and from there to uncountable other Earths. Roll on the tables below to quickly generate […]

The Transdimensional City of Uru Ulan

« 9 March 2014 | 14:26 | Earth-Omega Setting, Uru Ulan Setting, Wormholes & Waystations RPG | No Comments »

Dimension travel gives heroes some weird options; they can see “what if” storylines where their world took a turn for the better, or worse. They can see worlds where the physical laws are different, and meet people from the past and future. Dimension travel stories are perfect for presenting heroes with philosophical questions, the kinds […]