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  1. gothmog26 said: Second-Timer: Your parents had a group of friends who they are unusually close to but seem to have nothing in common with, were very superstitous, knew exactly how to splint your arm when you fell off your bike and how to subdue that dog that attacked you, and never let you out of their sight. Turns out, they were in the Grimm-lands before you. Your boring old parents are legands and certain inhabitants treat you different based on this, and you may have actually been drawn into the Grimmlands for the purpose of revange by an old enemy of your parents. For some reason. I really like this one.
  2. I'm going to be starting a game in the near future that's actually a sequel to one I ran a number of years ago. The premise is that four years after escaping Grimm, the characters are called back to .... and that's about as far as I've got plot wise at the moment. I'm currently going over the rules to see if there is anything I should change to account for the fact that the characters are going to be 15 or 16 years old instead of 11 or 12.
  3. I'm starting a new Grimm campaign in the near future. Its actually supposed to be a sequel to a game I ran a number of years ago and will involve the same characters from back then being pulled back into Grimm 4 years later (which would make them about 15/16). In the "first season" the technology they encountered was very much "disney-feudal-fantasy" in tone. This time, I'm considering upping the tech level to something a little more brasspunk as a way to show the amount of time that's passed in Grimm. One of the things I really like about the Fable series of video games is that the culture and tech level of Albion changes between the various installments. I'm not sure how to explain the advancement in tech for the second season, perhaps the actions of the PCs did something to symbollically alter the enforced status-quo that's kept the world of Grim static for centuries.
  4. Ooh, now that I think about it, the Return to the Labryinth manga has good Grimm possibilities (its a sequel to the Labyrinth movie)
  5. TV Show: (2001) Tales from the Neverending Story (either a 4 part miniseries or a 13 episode regular show, depending on how it was broadcast in your region) Webcomic/Normal Comic Lullaby - "Taken from the worlds of Children's fiction, Lullaby is the story of Alice from Wonderland, Jim Hawkins from Treasure Island, Pinocchio, Red Riding Hood, and the Pied Piper who form a fellowship to discover what dark magic is warping their world."
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