The Encountered, Vol. 1 (Atomic Array 030)

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The Encountered, Vol. 1 The Encountered, Vol. 1 (Atomic Array 030)

Mind Storm Labs returns to the Array! Mind Storm Labs just released The Encountered, Vol. 1, a monster manual for the Alpha Omega RPG, which we featured on Atomic Array 012. We met up with them at Gen Con (see the video, below) and were blown away by the quality of this new book. Naturally, we asked them to come back on the show.

Special Discount For Atomic Array listeners:
$15.00 off Alpha Omega & The Encountered!!!
Discount Code: “Atomic”

New World Science & Engineering Commission (NWSEC): The Alpha Omega community site has a setting wiki, a collaboration section where players and GMs can rub shoulders, an internet player finder, and much more. You can even follow the ongoing exploits of NWSEC field operatives, such as the intrepid Roger Traffler.

Mind Storm Labs at Gen Con Indy 2009

If you can’t see the video (Internet Explorer), you can find it here.

Mind Storm Labs: Mind Storm
Mind Storm Twitter Feed: @MindStormLabs

Alpha Omega RPG: Alpha Omega the
New World Science & Engineering Commission (NWSEC):
Roger Traffler Twitter Feed: @RogerTraffler

Are you a freelance author or artist? Feel free to contact Mind Storm Labs at for information about how you can contribute to Alpha Omega.

Ed’s Pick: Mimic
Rone’s Rant: “Plastic Surgery Addicts”

Want to learn more about the Alpha Omega?

Special Offer from Atomic Array: $15 off Alpha Omega when you enter the coupon code “Atomic” during purchase. Drop by Mind Storm Labs to pick up your copy today!

Ed’s Arm, After the Hippie Attack
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