This section contains summaries of all Jorune scenarios played so far by my player group, as well as some campaign related material.
There is no name of the ongoing campaigns which have been played on and off from 1987 until today. Maybe they could be called "Jorune Adventures", or "The Scum of Jorune and What They Do For a Living", or simply ...... "Tales from Jorune".........
Obviously, the first adventures weren't very good and might not always have been true to my view of the world of Jorune, which has grown and evolved in my mind during all these years. Some are even embarrassingly childish, but all the same, part of the ever winding tale.
From 2008 and onward another batch of heroes were created - referred to as the Next Generation Heroes. From adventure 53 and onward, adventures switch between the Original Heroes [OH] and the Next Generation Heroes [NGH]. From low experience and low political importance to legendary heroes and elevated dignitaries.
All adventures still exist in paper form with some maps and sketches. The most recent adventures (Hunt for the Berella and forward) are also available as PDF files – for those interested.
Adventure Summary - Tales from Jorune (updated 31/3 2019)
Played for unknown or obvious reasons with other characters than those from the main campaign.
The Troubles of Humber
(Old, silly adventure and introduction to Jorune. Troubled villagers of the Gloundan town of Humber suffer from attacks from the otherwise friendly scarmis living close by. The tauther heroes were sent out to investigate and found cleash and their human spies attempting to lay their hands on the artefacts of the Humber villagers. After some fighting and unifying of the Humber people, the heroes managed to route the cleash and freed the scarmis from their control.)
When living in New Zealand one year to play rugby, I tried to run a Jorune PBM (Play By Mail). It turned out to be too much work for me and ended after 20 sessions with my surprise homecoming to Sweden. Unfortunately, its also in Swedish.
(Set 100 years in the steam-punkish future of an ever brighter burning world conflict between humans, shanta, ramian and cleash, all wielding revolutionary new technology evolved, merged or strangely reverse engineered from the various races and their ancient legacies. The White Legion muadra heroes were placed in keeper rods after nanite infection during the showdown with the Berella in 3510. They are now awakened and cured by help the shanta unite a fractioning world against an ancient evil which is awakening. But this world is much stranger, darker and dangerous than the one they left behind.)
The Origins Expedition (3895 PC) - which was also sneak-launched with an introductionary own website
(Set nearly 350 years in the future and begins with the launch of Jorune's first multi-species interstellar mission. The mission's goal is naturally to venture to Earth - the cradle of humanity - and solve the mystery of it's sudden silence those many thousands of years ago. But all political factions of Jorune do not share the optimism of the expedition members. Returned conflict between the Iron Empire and FSVC looms over the expedition, as well as the hidden agendas of the Ramian Void Hegemony and other factions. This has not even taken into consideration the perils awaiting the expedition lightyears away as the members of the expedition are about to encounter ancient enemies long thought dead.)
Summary coming soon....
A extensive list of benvolent friends and dangerous foes the Original Heroes and the Next Generation Heroes accumulated throughout the campaigns.
This website and the material here are works of fiction. They contain names, characters, places events and incidents that are either the products of the author's imagination or used in a fictitious manner. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or actual events is purely coincidental.
The material is inspired by the amazing game Skyrealms of Jorune by Andrew and Amy Leker and Miles Tevez, as well as other RPG games, such as Fading Suns, Eclipse Phase, Vampire, Call of Cthulhu etc.
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