App Review: Midgard Atlas for iOS from Open Design and WyvernX

The realms of Wolfgang Baur‘s Midgard setting have been revealed slowly over the last many months as Open Design has been working on a slew of titles – Midgard Campaign Setting tome, Journeys to the West, Midgard Tales, and more… And many of us have been eagerly anticipating learning more about this world we’ve only . . . → Read More: App Review: Midgard Atlas for iOS from Open Design and WyvernX

Friday Knight News – Gaming Edition: 6-APR-2012

Welcome to another installment of weekly link love here at Game Knight Reviews. I managed to go a little overboard collecting links this week since my 5/week posting schedule has gone awry in an attempt to avoid burning out. For the indefinite future I’m going to commit to 3/week (1 review, 1 opinion piece, and . . . → Read More: Friday Knight News – Gaming Edition: 6-APR-2012

News from Around the Net: 20-JAN-12

Welcome to the gaming news roundup for the week of 20-JAN-2012!

This week was “one of those” weeks with work, so I’m gleeful that it’s Friday! Yay!

The debate continued this week about “D&D Next” or “D&D 5e” or “Ultimate Fighting D&D With Kung-fu Grip,” so you’ll see a few stories related to that this . . . → Read More: News from Around the Net: 20-JAN-12

News from Around the Net: 21-OCT-2011 (Sponsored by Escape Velocity Gaming)

Somehow with the Libyans finally catching Moammar Gadhafi I’m contemplating monsters this week. Sometimes it’s not the biggest, baddest creatures who are the scary ones. It can just as easily be the humans with power mad schemes and insane ambition who are the scariest. That said, if Gadhafi had a pet dragon and flew around . . . → Read More: News from Around the Net: 21-OCT-2011 (Sponsored by Escape Velocity Gaming)

Adventure Review: The Breaking of Forstor Nagar by Ben McFarland from Rite Publishing

What’s the scariest thing you can think of? As gamers and fans of the popular media (books, television, movies) I feel that we often get a bit immune to the usual creatures and monsters that populate these bastions of imagination. But for me, one thing never ceases to scare the crap out of me… the . . . → Read More: Adventure Review: The Breaking of Forstor Nagar by Ben McFarland from Rite Publishing

Adventure Review: Who Watches the Watch Fires (for the AGE system) by Jonathan Roberts and Josh Jerman from Kobold Quarterly

Somewhere the gaming gods are smiling. It’s been a while since I’ve GMed regularly. And now that I may have the opportunity to do just that sometime in the next few months, I’ve started putting some ideas together for a fantasy campaign. I’m sure it’s like knocking the rust off your trusty old bicycle, but . . . → Read More: Adventure Review: Who Watches the Watch Fires (for the AGE system) by Jonathan Roberts and Josh Jerman from Kobold Quarterly

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