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Jun
13

Full Moon Offering XXXIX

Greetings and happy Super Moon!
Last month’s “Cry For Help” post yielded some VERY helpful information.
Many thanks to all who posted comments, theories and links.
Also, last month, Laughing Hyena asked about some old images that were sold on my ebay store as Rage prints but did not exist as cards. I decided to use her question as an FMO “request.” So, this month’s offerings are more unused RAGE CCG art.

This is “Cyber-Wolf.” Produced in 1999, I’m not sure which set it was to be used in, but Laughing Hyena’s reference to a “Project Twilight” sounds hauntingly familiar.

This is “Cyber-Wolf.” Produced in 1999, I’m not sure which set it was to be used in, but Laughing Hyena’s reference to a “Project Twilight” sounds hauntingly familiar.

The “Honor Roll Student.” Produced in 1995, this was to be a Victim card in the Wyrm expansion.

The “Honor Roll Student.” Produced in 1995, this was to be a Victim card in the Wyrm expansion.

This last piece was not a request but shared the same destiny and fate as the above Student.

The “Professional Athlete.” Produced in 1995, this was to be another victim card in the Wyrm expansion.

The “Professional Athlete.” Produced in 1995, this was to be another victim card in the Wyrm expansion.

As always, you have my undying gratitude for your interest in my work!!
Thanks also to José Rojas for the unbelievably helpful and cool link to ALL the Rage cards!
http://www.werepenguin.com/rage/spoilers/spoilers.asp?sort=Type
I saw a whole lot of old favorites there!!

Lastly, my endless appreciation to Torakhan for his continuous assistance, enthusiasm and watchful eye with ALL things WEREWOLF!!
Thanks for looking and we’ll see you next Full Moon!

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5 Responses to “Full Moon Offering XXXIX”


  1. June 24, 2013 at 6:12 am

    That “Cyber Wolf” is bad-ass!
    I’m noticing a substantial difference in detail between the ’95 and ’99 pieces. Is this just a “style” difference (either your choice, or the art direction), time given to do the piece, or just an advancement in skill over 4 years?

    … still hopin’ we get to see your W20-Pledge pieces at some point too. 😀

    Can you tell us what other upcoming projects we can look forward to seeing your work in?

    Have you ever considered doing a KickStarter to do something of your own that you might not have otherwise found clients to pay for? Maybe an art book, or a calendar of some subject matter that a crowd-sourced project could allow you to do?

    OH, and by the way… I heard a rumor that Larry Correia (Monster Hunter International) is also a big Warhammer fan. Maybe you two could collaborate for for Games Workshop on something awesome with Space Wolves?

    • 2 Laughing Hyena
      June 24, 2013 at 5:25 pm

      A calendar or art book sounds awesome. I would fund something like that in a second on KS. But after W20 Changing Breeds KS is over with since I know that’s going to cost a pretty penny.

      If the Cyber Wolf was set for 1999: It was for Rage Across Las Vegas. Makes sense as the vaporware set: Rage Across the Dreamlands was going to introduce where all the Glass Walkers had gone. According to what I’ve also heard: They were all holed up over at Area 51 and the CCG was going to have alien character cards to play with next. Oh, Luke Petersmicht…

      Also, Ron? I’m a girl. Don’t worry, a lot of people used to make that mistake all the time on a anime board I went to back in the day (early 2000’s).

      • June 24, 2013 at 6:19 pm

        Yep… time-traveling, alien-DNA-using, Area-51-having Garou. *shakes head*
        I blame it on fanboy-ism. I think he really like W:tA and RAGE and had “awesome ideas” that were just a bit TOO out there. Fun for a wacky tabletop game, not so great for a canonical story line game for W:tA, IMO. (Now, if it was a Mage game…)

      • 4 ronspencer
        June 25, 2013 at 1:56 pm

        Thanks for the continued information about the homeless cyber-beast.

        Also, mistake corrected.

  2. 5 Jihgfed Pumpkinhead
    June 24, 2013 at 7:29 pm

    Long-time Rage player. I love those victims and WANT THEM as actual cards. They display the real talent for humour you have that I think was underutilized (well, based entirely on Rage cards, understand).

    But I have to say that however gory your combat cards were (Eyes Gouged was a favourite), the card that is forever etched in my mind is the disturbing, creepy, haunting, mundane Uncle Freddy.


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