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Post Posted: Mon Aug 03, 2009 3:43 am 
 

Is anyone here familiar with the Orbit RPG by Jeff Diamond?

I know there are a few new copies of the second edition floating around on various websites, but I am looking for two things:

1)  Someone who has a first edition.

2)  Someone who knows Jeff Diamond.

I have two copies of the very obscure module for this game, Souls of Heroes.  A search around the web has only revealed one mention of Souls of Heroes, in an obscure online gaming magazine that has now disappeared from the web.

The two modules even have music CD's in the shrinkwrap with them.  The CD is called, Songs of Heroes and is by someone named "Dan Sant and Palpatine."  

1)  Is anyone familiar with Dan Sant and Palpatine?

Jeff Diamond's original company was called 6-0 Games and later became Psychobilly.


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Post Posted: Mon Aug 03, 2009 4:01 am 
 

FormCritic wrote:Is anyone here familiar with the Orbit RPG by Jeff Diamond?

I know there are a few new copies of the second edition floating around on various websites, but I am looking for two things:

1)  Someone who has a first edition.

2)  Someone who knows Jeff Diamond.

I have two copies of the very obscure module for this game, Souls of Heroes.  A search around the web has only revealed one mention of Souls of Heroes, in an obscure online gaming magazine that has now disappeared from the web.

The two modules even have music CD's in the shrinkwrap with them.  The CD is called, Souls of Heroes and is by someone named "Dan Sant and Palpatine."  

1)  Is anyone familiar with Dan Sant and Palpatine?

Jeff Diamond's original company was called 6-0 Games and later became Psychobilly.


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Post Posted: Mon Aug 03, 2009 7:00 am 
 

I have Souls of Heroes (sorry can't remember anything about it... its packed away)..  I also note that I also have something called " The Aeohrans" whatever that is (and the only reference on the web is my collection)... anyway Jeff has a web site here...

http://www.jeffdiamondart.com/

and email address is [email protected]

it looks from the site he may have coppies of the game still...

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Post Posted: Wed Aug 11, 2010 1:44 am 
 

Just leaving notes on the system really..

Complete list of products for Orbit RPG

0-6 Games

Aeohrans, The
Orbit Rpg (comb binder 1998)
Orbit Rpg (binder, comes with screen, character sheets etc 1998)
Rei 1.0 w/ Aliencyclopedia
Souls of Heros

Psychbilly Games
Orbit RPG
Void Knights, The

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