A list of Links and hobbies.
If you haven't figured it out already, Role-Play-Games have been a serious
hobby of mine for a long time. If you have a problem with that, oh well. The key
word to remember is it's a "HOBBY". Like some people collect stamps, some build
model airplanes, or cars, I play RPGs. Why? It's a form of relaxation for me.
That's why. If you don't understand, email me, maybe I can explain it to you
better that way.
First, for those of you who think RPGs are "EVIL" and "SATANIC",
check out this, and
try to have a fair, unbiased look.
Your first link to Hârn World.
Your invitation to SPACE:1889, Adventures in a more civilized time.
Clicking on the flag will take you to the Canada And Friends page on Delphi.
This is an interesting and fun forum on Delphi that I visit quite often. Stop
by, check out the message threads, you may find something of interest to you
The War Amps of Canada is a charitable organization that has existed since
1918. It's original purpose was to help returning war amputees adjust to
society, and learn to cope with the problems and prejudices presented to them as
a result of their disabling injuries. It has since grown to also add Child
Amputees as well. Click on the banner above to visit their website. Please help
them out in any way you can.
Canada At War
is a place to check out. Specially if you are looking for books about Canada
At War! For some silly reason, many people think that only the Germans,
Americans, and Japanese fought in WWII. Well, hey, guess what!! So did a lot of
other people, including Canada!!!! And Canada had an even bigger commitment in
WWI than the US did!! I'll bet you didn't know that!!! Anyway, click on the
banner and check it out!!
The Aerodrome is all about the aircraft and fighter Aces of World War I. They
have the most comprehensive list of WWI Fighter Aces I have seen so far. And
there is a forum there where you can post messages on topics such as your
favorite ace, or aircraft or ask other questions that you've always wanted to
know, such as WHO really shot down the Red Baron!! Check it out, just click on
Clicking on the image above will take you to the Indy Squadron home page. The
Indy Squadron is a group of people who like to play Mike Carr's Dawn Patrol. A
WWI flight simulator board game. Until the advent of computer games, this was
the only way to really simulate aerial combat.
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Created April 3, 1997
Last modified: October 12, 2005
This Web page is ©1997 Albert Lowe, All rights reserved.
Space:1889 is ©1996 Frank Chadwick.
The invitation image is taken from Paragon Software's Space:1889 Computer game, and since Paragon was bought out by Microprose, which in turn was "absorbed" (?) into Spectrum Holobyte, I assume that one of them has claim to that. Anyway, I believe it's ©1990 to one or all of the aforementioned companies.
Hârnmaster is ©1986 by N. Robin Crossby and Columbia Games Inc.