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Interview with Lawrence Whitaker

An interview with Lawrence Whitaker ~ Line Developer of Mongoose Publishing’s Eternal Champion line and full time author. With a long and proud history writing for Chaosium and now Mongoose, Lawrence (Loz to his friends) talks to Stormbringer! about the past, present and future of the property!

Chaos Cults of the Young Kingdoms by Charles Green

The first of Charles’ two monographs, this book details the Cults of Chaos as they stand in the Young Kingdoms. Handily divided into player’s and gamemaster’s sections, it introduces a myriad of details about ever-changing faces of the Chaos Gods, their worshippers and goals in this plane of existence.

Note, this edition has been reformatted and updated for the Stormbringer! site.

Gods of Law in the Young Kingdoms by Charles Green

The last of Chaosium’s Stormbringer Monographs, Gods of Law in the Young Kingdoms (written by Charles Green- with large contributions from Richard Watts) is an exploration of the motivations, purposes and goals of the White Gods of the Multiverse.

In this monograph, Charles delves into history and purpose of the Cults of Law, and the Holy Concordance of the White Lords. Additionally, he and others introduce the concept of using the Gods of Law as enemies in Stormbringer adventures, and supplies almost a dozen campaign seeds for your own ongoing stories.

Further information includes the Barrier of Law, the entropic wall that protects so many planes from Chaos, as well as optional rules to reflect the powers of Law and Order.

Between Law and Chaos with Charles Green

One of the few authors to work on both Chaosium’s Stormbringer, as well as contributing to the later Elric of Melnibone series, Charles not only wrote the ‘Gods of Law’ and ‘Gods of Chaos’ monographs (both of which we proudly have reproduced on this site), but also Mongoose’s ‘Bright Shadows’ setting book.

Out of Swirling Chaos with Richard Watts

Few authors or line developers have done as much to define an future of a roleplaying game as Richard Watts. With the late Lynn Willis as a steadying hand, Richard re-imagined the Stormbringer ruleset into ELRIC!, the edition we all love today. While he was never able to complete his journey, even today his influence on the game and setting continues.

Note, this interview was originally prepared for an Eternal Champion fanzine that was never published, and is presented here in full.

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