Game Fodder: The Nine Columns of Madrai

Once, according to legend, the city of Madrai (“mad-rye”) sat at the center of the world, the pinnacle of technology, social graces, and a government truly for the people, by the people. This city, like no other before or since, was built out on the water itself – not on boats, but upon an interlocking . . . → Read More: Game Fodder: The Nine Columns of Madrai

Supplement Review: Altered Earth: Heroic Tier Threats (4E) by David Caffee for Chaos Trip Studios and Avalon Game Company

A few months ago I was able to look at a sample from David Caffee @ Chaos Trip Studios of the work he’s been doing for a science-fiction game that uses the D&D 4E rules. Though I wasn’t all that excited with what little I saw in those 17 pages, I definitely wanted to see . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: Altered Earth: Heroic Tier Threats (4E) by David Caffee for Chaos Trip Studios and Avalon Game Company

The Gassy Gnoll: Recycling In Your Campaigns

This Gassy Gnoll is not exactly a tree hugger, but I do try to help out the environment whenever I can. At my house we recycle newspaper, plastic, cans, and try to reuse as many things as we can. Boxes, mailers, scrap paper, grocery bags, and so on are ripe for reuse here… But I . . . → Read More: The Gassy Gnoll: Recycling In Your Campaigns

Supplement Review: Alleys of Zobeck by Ben McFarland and Open Design

Weren’t Zobeck’s city streets full enough already? I mean… when I reviewed Streets of Zobeck back in July, I mentioned that it was dark and dangerous. I might have also mentioned that in most of the adventures, it was more about who you knew as PCs rather than what they knew (though knowing things about . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: Alleys of Zobeck by Ben McFarland and Open Design

Book Review: Streets of Zobeck by Ben McFarland and Open Design

In a fantasy setting, you’re in a few general places – either above ground or below it, in a crowded place bustling with life or an old place with the scent of decay and death. One of my characters (my escaped slave rogue) preferred walls to trees any day of the week, yet many other . . . → Read More: Book Review: Streets of Zobeck by Ben McFarland and Open Design

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