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To keep up to date with all the latest comments subscribe to my RSS Comment feed. RSS seems to have fallen out of favour, and has been removed from some browsers, but I still use it. On Firefox you can use this addon: Livemarks, to enable you to subscribe to feeds, and then all the comments and posts are there on your bowser’s Bookmark Toolbar. On Chrome you could try; Foxish Live RSS, or RSS Live Links, both seem pretty good, Foxish creates the traditional RSS folder, while Live Links has a little toolbar icon. Below are the most recent comments;

  1. I think you are right, as crony capitalism would include both these emotions and more. I’m not saying only one…

  2. Fun video, and stellar engines are definitely within the Machine’s power levels, as they already have the ‘Stapledon Compression Spheres’.…

  3. Turing Test: The machines have a definition of ‘human’ that is one party within the Mars Accords. The Machines do…

  4. I feel as if your versions for Greed and Envy could both take place in crony capitalist like worlds. Both…

  5. TURING TEST: I really can’t help but think of the Gom Jebbar from Dune. It could be that the Machines…

  6. On a random technological note, you might wanna look into ‘stellar engines’. Kurzgesagt did an interesting video on that. Something…

  7. Sanctioned: The Machines only sanction the person who committed the murder. A ‘murder sanction’ is removing Machine provided welfare, support,…

  8. Part 3; Quote: Brother TylerSome more thoughts on defense, especially taking into account the concept from Ronin that I mentioned…

New Pages

The projects on this website is a work in progress. New pages are being added all the time. Below are the 5 newest pages added to the projects on this website.


frontpage

Sitemap My name is Philip Sibbering. I am an artist and games-designer. On this website you’ll find Spheres of War, Sciror, my articles on Warhammer, and artwork. You are welcome to join in. Spheres of War is fast table-top wargame for 28mm miniatures, using serial matches, and one roll resolution. Sciror is a sci-fi/horror background […]

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Tactical: Fragment 1

Overview Introducing new Reapers to Spheres of War. The first sheet covers the basic structure of SoW. It is a foundational block, upon which all the later rules are built. SoW is a fast tactical table-top wargame based on Historical Western Martial Arts, using consecutive matches, simultaneous movement, chained combat, and single roll combat actions. […]

Tactical: Fragment 1

Spheres of War: Tactical

Overview A fast tactical table-top wargame based on Historical Western Martial Arts. Turns are resolved using consecutive matches, simultaneous movement, chained combat, and single roll combat actions. The Tactical Sphere deals with battles involving many combatants. The rule-set is a concentrated version of the Technical Sphere used for duels. In a battle setting we take […]

Spheres of War: Tactical

Spheres of War

Four in one Spheres of War (SoW) is an umbrella for four traditional (non-computer) war games. Each game covers a ‘sphere’ of conflict, these being: Technical, Tactical, Strategical, and Political. Technical Sphere – management of single combatants within a duel, or a small skirmish where each combatant is controlled by a Player (RPG party). Detailed […]

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Updated Pages

Aside from the new pages above, I'm always updating this project, refining the concepts, and making them better. Sometimes the tweaks are small, other times a complete rewrite. Below is a list of pages with the most recent changes.