Guest Post: Tattoos, Poetry and Why Drinking Quest: The Original Drinking RPG is like… Lost?

by Jason Anarchy – creator of Drinking Quest

I’ve always been the GM. I love RPG game nights and it really seemed like the only way that everyone would get together. Since I was young I would make RPG game systems that focused on only the best elements of a gameplay system keeping it simple . . . → Read More: Guest Post: Tattoos, Poetry and Why Drinking Quest: The Original Drinking RPG is like… Lost?

Friday Knight News – Gaming Edition: 21-SEP-2012

About Wednesday afternoon I was wondering if this week would ever end… And now here we are at Friday! We made it! Hooray!

Ok, now that the hooting and hollering is over, I’m just going to cut to the chase… It was a busy week here at GKR and cool things are afoot for the . . . → Read More: Friday Knight News – Gaming Edition: 21-SEP-2012

The Gassy Gnoll: Is there a Kickstarter Anonymous?

Addiction is a terrible thing. Whether it’s to a particular brand of gnoll chow, the latest in gnoll fashion, or smoking, drinking, or gambling with your fellow gnolls… It can get ugly. And when those things get you in trouble, you get help from your friends and professionals who can talk you out of those . . . → Read More: The Gassy Gnoll: Is there a Kickstarter Anonymous?

Friday Knight News – Independence Edition: 6-JUL-2012

Weeks with national holidays smack dab in the middle always throw me for a loop. Many of us were off on Wednesday in the US for our 4th of July celebrations across the country. So I worked the first couple of days of the week and will work the last two days of the week… . . . → Read More: Friday Knight News – Independence Edition: 6-JUL-2012

The Gassy Gnoll: Kickstarter and Shakespeare

This is an unusual article for this series, not because I’m ditching the gnoll for the moment, but because I think it shows that there are some things left to be hopeful about in the world. I don’t know if you read WIRED magazine these days, but there was an article by Jonah Lehrer this . . . → Read More: The Gassy Gnoll: Kickstarter and Shakespeare

Resource Review: Walls Can Talk: Castle legends & adventure seeds by Robert Oglodzinski and Library of the Ancient Scroll

Where do you get your fantasy adventure ideas? I tend to find ideas all over the place, but most commonly from watching television and movies, reading books and magazines, and even listening to song lyrics. For example, one of these days I’ll manage to turn parts of the song “All Along the Watchtower” into a . . . → Read More: Resource Review: Walls Can Talk: Castle legends & adventure seeds by Robert Oglodzinski and Library of the Ancient Scroll

News from Around the Net: 04-NOV-2011

I’m going to start my Friday post off with a question… What is gaming to you? And yes, I’m hoping you’ll leave me some feedback in the form of comments on this one… Is it the gathering of friends around a table to experience an adventure in a world of imagination? Is it the creation . . . → Read More: News from Around the Net: 04-NOV-2011

Setting Review: Caladon Falls from Savage Mojo

What would you do to save your your way of life? How about your home? Your neighbor’s home? Your country? I always find that sort of story easy to get into – from films like Red Dawn and Battle: Los Angeles to Krull and The Black Cauldron. It’s the little guys with their back to . . . → Read More: Setting Review: Caladon Falls from Savage Mojo

Book Preview and Funding Plea: Caladon Falls from Savage Mojo

I don’t often do two posts on the same day, but I think this warrants your attention if you like fantasy roleplaying games…

When I heard about Savage Mojo’s attempt to publish a print version of Caladon Falls, I was intrigued for a couple of reasons. First, I’d not heard of either Savage Mojo or . . . → Read More: Book Preview and Funding Plea: Caladon Falls from Savage Mojo

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