Ten Links in the Chain: Gaming Links (29-DEC-2012)

Time for another links collection before the end of the year!

This group is all about gaming – from new twists on rules or creatures to worldbuilding, random tables, and more. The RPG blogging community is truly a cornucopia of strange and wonderful content, wouldn’t you agree?

1. The Mysteries of Inspiration and Improvisation

How . . . → Read More: Ten Links in the Chain: Gaming Links (29-DEC-2012)

The Gassy Gnoll: Making Magic Missile Mine

The Gassy Gnoll is not a huge fan of magic users. Fireball sounds great in theory until you smell all that singed hair. But *his* alter ego has always enjoyed playing wizards ever since starting to play D&D back in 1982. [Shudder.] And though I may be a bit gray at the muzzle, but that . . . → Read More: The Gassy Gnoll: Making Magic Missile Mine

The Gassy Gnoll: Random, Deep, Spacey Thoughts

That’s right, the Gnoll is going random on your… web page. Blame it on too much sun, not enough sleep, and a dream where gnolls are playing soccer something similar to Michael J. Fox in Teen Wolf. Obviously I picked the wrong week to cut back on caffeine.

SPACEX – F9-Liftoff (SpaceX.com)

With SPACEX . . . → Read More: The Gassy Gnoll: Random, Deep, Spacey Thoughts

Adventure Review: BP1: The Hidden Current(PFRPG) from Jeff Gupton and Blackbyrne Publishing

Not every product is perfect. And, like a lot of GMs, I suspect that I am willing to overlook certain issues with a product if it meets my needs. But in my role as a reviewer, I want to make sure that I touch on both the positives and the negatives when I find one . . . → Read More: Adventure Review: BP1: The Hidden Current(PFRPG) from Jeff Gupton and Blackbyrne Publishing

Magazine Review: Kobold Quarterly Summer 2010 Issue 14

Yahoo! The Summer 2010 issue of Kobold Quarterly is overflowing with chewy gaming goodness. And if you’re just in the mood for some amazing art, cover to cover is full of spectacular full color and black and white art, starting with “The Paladin’s Treasure” on the front cover. We all knew Paladins were adventuring for . . . → Read More: Magazine Review: Kobold Quarterly Summer 2010 Issue 14

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