Adventure Review: The Lost City by Logan Bonner from Open Design

Many moons ago, I was addicted to games like Baldur’s Gate, Icewind Dale, and Planescape: Torment on the PC. The combination of strong story and adventure development led me to explore much of the Forgotten Realms over the course of days, weeks, and months, and enjoy the D&D-ish mindset playing solo. But it always seemed . . . → Read More: Adventure Review: The Lost City by Logan Bonner from Open Design

Book Review: Courts of the Shadow Fey by Wolfgang Baur (Open Design)

Atmosphere is important in gaming. Those little hints, whether physical, verbal, or even musical can set the stage for a good gamemaster like nothing else in the world. But with only a few exceptions, it’s rare to find a book for a roleplaying game, whether a rulebook, setting, or supplement, that does the same thing.

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Magazine Review: Kobold Quarterly Fall 2010 Issue 15

Every issue of the Kobold Quarterly gives me something to chew on for a while. No, I’m not eating actual pages but I always have something to noodle over. And the Fall 2010 issue holds true to form.

This issue had me thinking from the time I opened the PDF. Immediately I had to ponder . . . → Read More: Magazine Review: Kobold Quarterly Fall 2010 Issue 15

Book Review: Brother Ptolemy & The Hidden Kingdom – Nevermet Press

Though I feel I’ve become a bit jaded over the years as I’ve seen story after story, plot after plot, character after character repeated over and over in popular fiction, television, movies, and game materials, it’s nice to occasionally find something that is refreshingly unique and thought provoking.

No, I’m not talking about AMC’s The . . . → Read More: Book Review: Brother Ptolemy & The Hidden Kingdom – Nevermet Press

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