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  • Mind Storm Labs

    by Published on 03-23-2010 11:00 PM
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    2. RPG Industry

    Mind Storm Labs is pleased to announce the upcoming release of, "The Adventures of Little Yoshida" set in the Alpha Omega universe.

    "Life outside the “civilized” arcologies is a deadly gamble, and those who want to travel the Wilds know to rely on savvy guides like Little Yoshida to get them where they need to go. But when a simple expedition turns out to be more than meets the eye, Yoshida is faced with a horrific decision. Will she help the corporations she hates achieve goals she abhors, to save the companion she loves? Sacrifice or compromise? Solitude or self-loathing? Which path leads the the lesser hell?"

    Little Yoshida’s story arc will be told over nine episodes with the first episode scheduled for release in April 2010. The purchase price includes all nine episodes. The storyline will include new NPC’s, locations and full color illustrations.

    ABOUT THE AUTHOR: For the last ten years, Jess Hartley has worked as a novelist and freelance writer, editor and game developer. She has written extensively for White Wolf Publishing, for the World of Darkness core game line, Vampire: The Masquerade, Werewolf: The Forsaken, Mage: The Awakening, Promethean: The Created, Changeling: The Lost, Hunter: The Vigil, Geist: The Sin-Eaters, Exalted (Second Edition), and Scion. She’s also done work in the gaming industry for Margaret Weis Productions on the Supernatural RPG line.

    More information about Jess can be found through her website at www.jesshartley.com.
    by Published on 03-23-2010 11:00 PM
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    2. RPG Industry

    Mind Storm Labs is very pleased to announce the launch of the new Alpha Omega website.

    To celebrate the launch of the Alpha Omega website Mind Storm Labs will announce six new authors and projects over the course of the next two months.

    You can get a sneak peek at some of these projects at the new Alpha Omega website.