The Gassy Gnoll: Aging Heroes

As this Gassy Gnoll enters his mid-40s, he finds himself undergoing a curious transformation. Over the last 7 months he has engaged in *gasp* physical exercise and a change in diet and is probably in the best shape he’s been in since his late teens, if not the best shape he’s ever been in. And . . . → Read More: The Gassy Gnoll: Aging Heroes

Supplement Review: LaCroix: A Torn World Character Pack by Jack Cull and Torn World Publishing

Elves live what seems like forever in most RPGs. Yet unless we have elven PCs, we rarely encounter an individual elf more than a few times in a campaign, and never see the effects of age over decades and centuries. We may encounter a young elf, an elf in middle-age, or an elderly elf, but . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: LaCroix: A Torn World Character Pack by Jack Cull and Torn World Publishing

Magazine Review: Kobold Quarterly Issue #22, Summer 2012

What is it about those darn kobolds? Every three months they produce a magazine covering several different systems: Pathfinder, 4e, the AGE System, and now for the first time with Kobold Quarterly #22, Castles & Crusades. There’s even some talk about the new system from Rob Heinsoo & Jonathan Tweet – 13th Age. The kobolds . . . → Read More: Magazine Review: Kobold Quarterly Issue #22, Summer 2012

The Gassy Gnoll: Time in a Bottle Summary – Advice from the Trenches

Greetings from the world of the Gassy Gnoll. Last week I asked the question – How do you continue to game as you age and still keep your obligations the next day? I offered a $10 gift certificate for DriveThruRPG/RPGNow.

First, I want to thank the 15 people who commented on the post. By far, . . . → Read More: The Gassy Gnoll: Time in a Bottle Summary – Advice from the Trenches

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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