Whew! August has been rather taxing for your friends at the Victorious RPG page. Between trips, conventions, and other sundries we’ve not been as diligent in posting as we’d wish. To make up for this shocking omission, we present the following links that may be of interest to you.
First, this Quaint blog:
This site covers a variety of topics, most notably the emergence of the “machines revolt” topic of fiction that was first written at the turn of the 20th century, yet is still prevalent today.
Second, we give you Victorious at the 1893 Worlds Columbian Exposition in Chicago.
This is a link to an online Victorious game that’s going on via Skype and Roll20, with yours truly as one of the players. Though the link is mostly to fiction the players write about their characters, the style is inspiring to GMs and players alike.
Finally, there’s a new review of Victorious from the Hardboiled GMshoe’s Office:
We believe it’s a fair and constructive review, though we must disagree with some of the comments regarding the “twenty-firsters” and the lack of a uniform ‘canonical’ Victorious background. He does hit many good points though!
(aka Mike Stewart, playing Jacque Frost in the online Victorious game!)