Have you heard of the new podcast: World Warrior?
They have players from around the world playing SF:STG together!
After I chose to convert Gill and Urien’s style as Pankration years ago with no official source, I was recently confirmed to be right via the Street Fighter official Vine!
I had them listed as Pankration / Elemental, now so does Capcom!
SFRPG.com: So you wrote the Players Guide huh?
Andrew J Lucas: Sure did. It was my second solo project. The first was a Cyberpunk 2020 adventure for Atlas Games.
SFRPG.com: Follow up question, why do you hate Street Fighter?
Andrew J Lucas: Oh I don’t hate Street Fighter, I love it. Chun Li was always my favourite character and I spent many many many hours playing the game. A roleplaying game is an excellent avenue to marry my arcade experience and my budding interest in writing for RPGs. And for White Wolf Games no less!
SFRPG.com: Is it the Players you hate then? [Read more…]
You can own a piece of SF:STG history!
A short time ago on social media I posted the original cover art asking if anyone had the source or a larger image. Since then I found both myself, on an art auction site. It’s pretty cool seeing it in a frame on a legit auction site, heh. Also the scan is large enough to admire the brush strokes.
It looks like it was last bought for $875.00 and the current owner is taking offers. [link]
KEVIN MURPHY (American, 20th Century)
Streetfighter: The Storytelling Game, manual cover, 1994
Oil on board
27 x 20.5 in.
Signed lower right
From the Frank Collection.
White Wolf’s Street Fighter: The Storytelling Game role-playing game was published in 1994. Based on the world of the Street Fighter video games, it used a variant of the storyteller system popularized in White Wolf’s World of Darknessgames. Now out of print, it remains popular for its concise rules and accurate emulation of the game.
No apparent condition issues. Not examined under UV. Framed to an overall size of 29.75 x 22.75 inches.
So, this is happening…
(12 episodes release May 23rd)
05/09/14 Full Trailer
Here’s a funny story. I was looking for good Juni/Juli art to use today and I found something that seemed perfect, something that seemed to be exactly what I needed for their character sheets. I began trying to track down the artist to properly credit them and I kept having this nagging feeling of recognition about the art. Well it turns out I commissioned the art like 5 years ago and then totally forgot about it, ha!
Note: These two characters have been particularly troublesome to me, as I do not believe there is any official full-body artwork of them.