The Art of Downtime

Ever hit that point where you just need to take a break from it all? Here at the Forged Front, that happens from time to time. However, in a campaign though, it is a matter of taste and what you want to accomplish.

Various systems have tried to capture the essence of what could happen . . . → Read More: The Art of Downtime

Ancient Scroll’s Secret Room: Those Lovely Barbarians

This is an article by my friend, qbany about barbarians clashing with civilized people. It is a story that borders a bit on RPGs but offers some deeper insights into roleplaying barbarians, one of the canonical classes in almost every fantasy RPG.

This article also represents my thoughts, because it was created after many nights . . . → Read More: Ancient Scroll’s Secret Room: Those Lovely Barbarians

Ancient Scroll’s Secret Room: Oh peaceful village, oh village of joy…

Today I want to share some thoughts about playing with PCs in a single location. Most fantasy adventures and campaigns are designed as a never-ending journey & quest pursuit. There are only a few RPGs (that I know) which are designed as more less stationary (Birthright, Home of the Blooded, Ars Magica…).

nicubunu . . . → Read More: Ancient Scroll’s Secret Room: Oh peaceful village, oh village of joy…

Interview: Jason Banditt Adams – the Rogue Artist

Back in 2007 I was working on the Moebius Adventures Core Rules book, a labor of love that had started more than a decade earlier, and I needed some artwork. Sure, I could have just used a few pieces of clipart from my Clipart.com subscription, but I wanted something a bit more custom for my . . . → Read More: Interview: Jason Banditt Adams – the Rogue Artist

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