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Tharkold Preview #3 – Kranod and Jezrael

This week we take a look at the late High Lord of Tharkold, Kranod…and one of the “applicants” to be the next one, his former thrall, Jezrael.


Ulisses Worlds 6/11 featuring Greg Gorden

This episodes we talk about all thing Ulisses Spiele in English. We talk with Greg Gorden and give a date for the Torg Eternity Tharkold crowdfunding and news about Cyberpapcy product shipping.


Tharkold Preview #2 – Aspirants and the Race

This week we take a look at the ‘races’ of Tharkold…the…uh Race and Aspirants.


Tharkold Preview #1 – One Year Later…

It’s time to begin previewing the next crowdfunding for Torg Eternity, Tharkold!  As usual, please remember that much of what will be previewed is still in development and the final result may differ. So without further ado…


Stay at Home and Play Torg Eternity

This week marked the end of the Stay at Home and Play The Dark Eye, but we know a lot of folks are still at home and still looking to play games with friends online. To faciliate that we have a host of Torg Eternity resources and products to help you do that!


Updates, updates, and New Releases!

This week is a busy time for Ulisses Spiele’s english game lines! Here are the updates for each game line:


Streams, streams, and more streams!

We’ve kicked off an aggressive streaming schedule with more to come! Subscribe and follow our Twitch and Youtube channels to get notified when we go live and when VOD’s get uploaded.

TODAY 11am Pacific! Join Robert, our social media manager while he STARTS the Conspiracy of Mages Solo Adventure for The Dark Eye today at 11am Pacific on Twitch! Help him make decisions for our budding mage.After years of homework, tests, and a life dedicated to becoming the best mage who ever graduated from the prestigious Lowangen Academy of Transformation, you now face one last hurdle: the final exam. Something sinister haunts these learned halls. As a young student of magic facing an unexpected challenge, can you solve this mystery and still manage to graduate?

Schedule 4/6-4/12/2020

Each show has a playlist on Youtube for watching video on deman, check them out!

Saturday: Aventuria Solo Play
Sunday: Fading Suns – AlloyedClavicle Playtest
Monday: The Dark Eye – Conspiracy of Mages Solo play
Tuesday: Fading Suns – Heretical Musings Lore Chat
Tuesday: Fading Suns – Annals of Antioch Actual Play
Wednesday: The Dark Eye – Conspiracy of Mages Solo play
Thursday: Myth: Tales of Legend Campire Tales
Thursday: Fading Suns – Annals of Antioch Actual Play
Friday: The Dark Eye – Conspiracy of Mages Solo play

New PDF Releases for Torg Aysle and Magic of Aventuria

A host of new PDF’s and images are now available on DriveThruRPG! If you backed the crowdfunding campaigns for digital versions you should have them already, check your email. If you do not please email us at

For those of you who missed the crowdfunding you can pick up the PDFs now and if you want physical copies they should be available in 3+ weeks. Please signup for our email newsletter to be alerted when they’re available. (more…)

Cyberpapacy Preview #10 – Nodder Slang

Cyberpapacy Preview #10 – Nodder Slang

Just a quick preview today. Every cyberpunk setting worth its salt comes with a bunch of slang, and here’s a sample of the slang encountered in the Cyberpapacy:

If you have any questions, head on over to our forums!

Art: Sam Denmark

Cyberpapacy Preview #9 – The GodNet (Part 2)

Cyberpapacy Preview #9 – The GodNet (Part 2)

Today we’re going to take another look at what makes the GodNet tick.

GodNet Basics

Although the GodNet is a virtual reality network, for those who are jacked in, it essentially feels similar to the Flesh, or the “real world”. It’s just that the environment is more artificial. There is still an underlying topography in place: sectors connected by datapaths, with constructs (the “buildings” of the GodNet) containing nodes. However, these all appear in the GodNet as structures or objects (i.e. a node could be a door, an archway, or even a wayside shrine).


When jacked into the GodNet, a person’s soul is literally uploaded into the system, and so by default their appearance is based on who a person truly is. For most people this is essentially the same as how they appear in the Flesh, but for others (especially for transgender, non-binary, and genderfluid people) their appearance (and specifically their gender) is based on who they truly are.

Deckers with the NewSkin program can appear as a completely different (though not specific) person.

Those who log into the GodNet via sanctioned neural jacks or TempTrodes appear with clothing but no other equipment. “Nodders” (those who access the GodNet through hacked devices) appear with the equipment they associate themselves with.  For game purposes this is generally what they have at the beginning of a mission (i.e. what is permanently on their character sheet). The GM makes the final ruling on what applies.  Deckers however, can provide “more equipment” with particular programs.

The “Hacker Problem”

A common issue with virtual realities in roleplaying games is that it often ends up becoming a side mission with specialized rules for one player that can move focus to them for an inordinate amount of time, leaving the rest of the players with a lot of dead-time. Additionally, the hacker’s character can be amazing while jacked in, but outside the VR environment, they’re not very useful.

 In Torg Eternity, this issue is magnified by the fact that the GodNet is a special feature of just one cosm, so it’s important that the decker be able to do their cool things in the GodNet but still be able to be useful in other realms.

There are a couple of ways we attempt to address this in Torg Eternity:

  • Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff: Often “jacking into the GodNet” is handled just through a skill test (usually computers). If you’re needing your decker to hack a door, it’s not necessary to have a full GodNet mission to do so. Going into the GodNet in-game is reserved for those times it’s important to dive into the details.
  • It’s Dangerous to Go Alone! Take…Friends.: While the GodNet is new compared to the cybernetic advancements of the Cyberpapacy, it’s old enough that the age of the solo decker is over. The security and surveillance of the really important locations and information is just too good. It’s not a question of whether a decker will be detected, but when. So even though the decker might be the best at what she does, she still needs help keeping the forces of the Church off her while she breaks into a Reliquary or other secure node.

Cyberdecks and Programs

The Cyberpapacy Sourcebook includes several cyberdecks and programs for them to run. The basic cyberdeck is the First Seal, which replaces the one listed in the Core Book. Anyone with a neural jack can use the First Seal, but it is not customizable, and does not have as many programs as other cyberdecks.

Deckers customize their own rigs (by selecting the Custom Cyberdeck Perk), and each cyberdeck is attuned to a particular decker. Other Hacker Perks include upgrading programs or increasing storage space. Here’s an example cyberdeck and program:


If you have any questions, head on over to our forums!

Art: Bien Flores and Unique Spoarie