Friday Map: Temple of Patience

Welcome to the Temple of Patience… Here I hope you’ll find some rest and relaxation while communing with your deity of choice. Choose one of the two statues we have available or wash away your cares in the Well of Cleansing. If that’s not your speed, then feel free to enjoy the Memorial Hall or . . . → Read More: Friday Map: Temple of Patience

Supplement Review: 3 Generations After The End from Gamer Assembly

Do we as a species have a morbid fascination with the end of the world? Even if we don’t, nothing lasts forever and some kind of end awaits us at some random point in the future. Whether you believe it to be plague, pestilence, fire, war, zombies, or the eventual destruction of Earth when the . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: 3 Generations After The End from Gamer Assembly

Guest Post: Penumbra Explained by Javier Cuesta

First of all, thanks to Brian for giving me this opportunity to explain the Penumbra Project.

Penumbra: The Post-apocalyptic gothic role playing game is a new role playing game that was recently released.

Penumbra maintains a perfect contrast between romanticism and brutality beautifulness and decrepitude, neatness and obscenity, education and vulgarity… life and death. All . . . → Read More: Guest Post: Penumbra Explained by Javier Cuesta

Friday Knight News – Gaming Edition: 10-AUG-2012

Welcome to the next edition of the Friday news assault! The madness around here is really starting to get back to a dull roar as school and soccer get underway and the groaning has just begun. It’s kind of funny actually since I’m usually the first one up no matter what time of year it . . . → Read More: Friday Knight News – Gaming Edition: 10-AUG-2012

Game Fodder: The Nine Columns of Madrai

Once, according to legend, the city of Madrai (“mad-rye”) sat at the center of the world, the pinnacle of technology, social graces, and a government truly for the people, by the people. This city, like no other before or since, was built out on the water itself – not on boats, but upon an interlocking . . . → Read More: Game Fodder: The Nine Columns of Madrai

Book Review: The Game Master by Tobiah Q. Panshin

Being a game- or dungeon-master takes a ton of work. Doing it well takes even more work. And there are few voluntary jobs I know of that cross so many creative boundaries…

Writing Acting Storytelling Project Planning Conflict Management Human Resources Philosophy Cartographer Researcher And many, many more…

I’ll be the first to tell you . . . → Read More: Book Review: The Game Master by Tobiah Q. Panshin

Friday Knight News – Gaming Edition: 11-MAY-2012

Happy Friday everybody!

Next week is my 42nd birthday (too many candles or the fire department will show up), which means I will be as old as the ultimate answer to the ultimate question of “Life, the Universe, and Everything” according to Douglas Adams. Yes, the answer is 42, though we still don’t know the . . . → Read More: Friday Knight News – Gaming Edition: 11-MAY-2012

Tool Review: Chaotic Shiny’s Problem Mini-Gen

Sometimes you just need a spark to create something on the fly or even if you have plenty of planning time. That one idea, flash of inspiration, or kick in the pants to create an encounter, an adventure, or even a whole campaign around…

And sometimes that spark comes to you by way of a . . . → Read More: Tool Review: Chaotic Shiny’s Problem Mini-Gen

News from Around the Net: 3-FEB-2012

February!?! Where’d January go? Geesh!

Here in Colorado, the snow started to fly last night and we are in the first real winter storm in 2012. What does that mean for yours truly? Not much really… I work from home. 🙂 But it will hopefully give me some time to work on a few side . . . → Read More: News from Around the Net: 3-FEB-2012

Book Review: Unusual Suspects: Guide to an Interrogation Session by Robert Oglodzinski from Library of Ancient Scroll

When I started working with Robert Oglodzinski a few months ago, I reviewed Walls Can Talk, which collects a few “legends and adventure ideas” for fantasy and horror games. The layout, done by Michael Wolf (Stargazer of Stargazer’s World), was simple and effective to put the focus on the stories at hand. I thought it . . . → Read More: Book Review: Unusual Suspects: Guide to an Interrogation Session by Robert Oglodzinski from Library of Ancient Scroll

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