The Gassy Gnoll: Learning to Embrace My Fickle Dice

The Gassy Gnoll is of Irish descent. (With a name like Fitzpatrick, it’s probably not shocking!) But he’s not the luckiest bastard on the planet and is often quoted as saying “If it weren’t for bad luck, I’d have no luck at all.” (Which is actually a quote he stole from his father, who probably . . . → Read More: The Gassy Gnoll: Learning to Embrace My Fickle Dice

Game Review: Covert Ops (Playtest Version) by Bill Logan and Larry Moore from DwD Studios

I’m going to start this review with a bit of personal history and then we’ll get back to Covert Ops, so excuse the temporary detour…

Long ago in a galaxy far far away I worked on a game called Covert Directives for Moebius Adventures. It used the basic rules we developed for Age of Phaedrus . . . → Read More: Game Review: Covert Ops (Playtest Version) by Bill Logan and Larry Moore from DwD Studios

Game Review: Nights of the Crusades by MJ Alishah from Aetheric Dreams

Occasionally I get the opportunity to review something that is at once both familiar and completely new. There’s nothing wrong with variations on a theme, but it’s nice to see a fresh take on roleplaying that offers something new to sink my teeth into along with the traditional trappings that usually accompany a RPG product.

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