Here (shockingly enough) you’ll see posts about what’s going on with Moebius Adventures. The goal is to provide information you can use about our game rules or settings for your own nefarious purposes.
What is Moebius Adventures?
We have a new writer on the block working for us -George Fields! He is a regular Hackmaster GM and a huge fan of Kenzer & Company, plus has created a few products of his own for Geocentric Designs. His first work for us is One Spot #3: Dolothar’s Shrine and we’re hopeful it won’ t be his last! But it’s great to be able to collaborate with another writer like I used to with Sean!
Congrats to George for his adventure –Legacy of the Elm King – is now available for HackMaster at Kenzer & Co’s website!
A few folks have asked about the origins of Moebius Adventures, so let’s go back in time…
Since restarting, I’ve been involved with over 50 products and don’t seem to be slowing down much!
A Bit About Our Logo
In the dark ages, before we had a name for our company and our game, Sean and I had the basics for our RPG rules. Our characteristics fell into three categories — Mind, Body, and Soul. So when we started discussing names, we tried to find a way to work the letters M, B, and S, into the new name. After a bit of Googling (yes, even in the mid-1990s there were search engines), we came across the Mobius Strip. This is a mathematical construct that is used most often to denote infinity. A ribbon that wraps around upon itself forever. (You can read more at the Wikipedia page.)
So with the name “Mobius” in hand, we changed it slightly to make it “Moebius” and Moebius Adventures was born. From that point on it was only logical to re-use the idea of the Mobius strip as part of our logo. 🙂
When we started, the idea of a universe that looped back on itself was also in the picture, as well as a universal RPG where you could use the same general structure for characters in fantasy, modern, science fiction, and mix them all around.
Unfortunately it didn’t work as well as we’d hoped, but it got us started nonetheless and gave us both a cool company name and an awesome logo!