Adventure Review: Illfrost: Bondage by Don Pritchett & Tom Flowers from Illusionary Press

It’s cold in Lannithir and the Ice Duke only wants to make it colder. The world of the Illfrost campaign, created by Don Pritchett & Tom Flowers for Illusionary Press, offers dangers both familiar and unfamiliar along the road from level 1 to level 30 in D&D 4e. But don’t let the fact that Illfrost: . . . → Read More: Adventure Review: Illfrost: Bondage by Don Pritchett & Tom Flowers from Illusionary Press

Supplement Review: Illfrost Campaign Guide by Don Pritchett & Tom Flowers from Illusionary Press

What is it about winter and lands of eternal ice and snow that makes them so compelling for role-playing games? Beyond “The Wall” in George R.R. Martin‘s Game of Thrones, evil things once again stalk the land as winter comes on… Paizo is coming out with a new adventure path in January 2013 set in . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: Illfrost Campaign Guide by Don Pritchett & Tom Flowers from Illusionary Press

Publisher Interview: Christopher Merwin of BlackStar Games

Back in October 2011, I caught wind of the Shadowlands Epic Fantasy Sci-Fi Mashup project at Kickstarter. When I checked out the project page, I was impressed by the art, the descriptions, and most of all the new approach to a fantasy RPG setting. Well, maybe not “new” new – Expedition to the Barrier Peaks . . . → Read More: Publisher Interview: Christopher Merwin of BlackStar Games

Adventure Review: The Breaking of Forstor Nagar by Ben McFarland from Rite Publishing

What’s the scariest thing you can think of? As gamers and fans of the popular media (books, television, movies) I feel that we often get a bit immune to the usual creatures and monsters that populate these bastions of imagination. But for me, one thing never ceases to scare the crap out of me… the . . . → Read More: Adventure Review: The Breaking of Forstor Nagar by Ben McFarland from Rite Publishing

Adventure Review: Who Watches the Watch Fires (for the AGE system) by Jonathan Roberts and Josh Jerman from Kobold Quarterly

Somewhere the gaming gods are smiling. It’s been a while since I’ve GMed regularly. And now that I may have the opportunity to do just that sometime in the next few months, I’ve started putting some ideas together for a fantasy campaign. I’m sure it’s like knocking the rust off your trusty old bicycle, but . . . → Read More: Adventure Review: Who Watches the Watch Fires (for the AGE system) by Jonathan Roberts and Josh Jerman from Kobold Quarterly

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

News from Around the Net: 20-MAY-2011

Yes! It’s Friday finally… I’m excited about this weekend and the city-wide gaming event I’m going to try and cover for GKR. I may include some pics, some video, and some text, but I’m not quite sure how it will ferment by the time it gets posted next week. It’ll be an adventure.

That said, . . . → Read More: News from Around the Net: 20-MAY-2011

Book Review: Tales of the Old Margreve

There is power in the dark. We have known this since childhood. But there’s actually more power in the half-lit darkness of the deep forest where things have trees to hide behind and branches to climb to lay in wait for the next victim. The woods have always provided food and shelter for those daring . . . → Read More: Book Review: Tales of the Old Margreve

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