Supplement Review: Midgard Bestiary, Volume 1 by Josh Jarman from Open Design

A couple of years ago when Bioware released Dragon Age: Origins for the PC, it didn’t take me long to buy it and install it. I even played for quite a while until I got to a battle that I couldn’t get past. I spent two weeks trying different methods until I finally gave up . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: Midgard Bestiary, Volume 1 by Josh Jarman from Open Design

Book Review: Pathfinder Module: We Be Goblins! (PFRPG) by Richard Pett and Paizo Publishing

Goblins. In all my roleplaying experience, they’ve been a type of vermin for the most part. Small, powerful enough to be annoying, and underfoot in the dark, dank, unexplored places heroes sometimes go…

So when I saw a 16-page module about goblins on the Free RPG Day table at Petrie’s Family Games, I was shocked . . . → Read More: Book Review: Pathfinder Module: We Be Goblins! (PFRPG) by Richard Pett and Paizo Publishing

The Gassy Gnoll: Free RPG Day 2011 and Ruminations on Rules-Light Roleplaying

Did everybody have a chance to participate in Free RPG Day at their local game retailer? I managed to tear myself away from my daughter’s softball double-header to briefly drop by Petrie’s Family Games, my closest game store. Though I wasn’t able to participate in any of the events, they had a full calendar throughout . . . → Read More: The Gassy Gnoll: Free RPG Day 2011 and Ruminations on Rules-Light Roleplaying

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