Guest Post: Arrows of Indra (by RPGPundit for Bedrock Games), a Review by Timothe Loya

First off, Arrows of Indra claims to be “Old School Roleplaying in an Epic indian Fantasy World.” What this means may differ from person to person, but I should point out that even a quick glance at the cover clearly defines “Indian” as from India, not Native American. Now some people’s interest might wane there, . . . → Read More: Guest Post: Arrows of Indra (by RPGPundit for Bedrock Games), a Review by Timothe Loya

Supplement Review: Altered Earth: Heroic Tier Threats (4E) by David Caffee for Chaos Trip Studios and Avalon Game Company

A few months ago I was able to look at a sample from David Caffee @ Chaos Trip Studios of the work he’s been doing for a science-fiction game that uses the D&D 4E rules. Though I wasn’t all that excited with what little I saw in those 17 pages, I definitely wanted to see . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: Altered Earth: Heroic Tier Threats (4E) by David Caffee for Chaos Trip Studios and Avalon Game Company

Game Review: Altered Earth: Science Fiction Role-Playing in the Far Future by David Caffee from Chaos Trip Studios and Avalon Game Company

Though I have to admit I’ve not been much of a fan of D&D 4e the way it’s been presented in the D&D Essentials line, I’ve been interested in the movement to make 4e work in different contexts. For example, Wizards of the Coast‘s Gamma World release is an update to the post-apocalyptic roleplaying game . . . → Read More: Game Review: Altered Earth: Science Fiction Role-Playing
in the Far Future
by David Caffee from Chaos Trip Studios and Avalon Game Company

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