Game Fodder: Welcome to the Nevish College of Magical Studies

Founded nearly 75 years ago, the Nevish College of Magical Studies (simply called “Nevishes” for short) was founded by Bindly Nevish, an illusionist who grew tired of teaching apprentices one at a time. Far too often, apprentices would only last a few months under his tutelage and choose to abandon their studies. This meant Nevish . . . → Read More: Game Fodder: Welcome to the Nevish College of Magical Studies

Book Review: Assassin’s Amulet by Michael K. Tumey, Mike Bourke, and Johnn Four from Roleplaying Tips, Part 2

Assassin’s Amulet is too big a book to review in one post, so I’ve split it up. (If you’re looking for the first part, it’s here.) In this installment, we’ll look at some of the high points of the content. There’s so much content that I’m just going to focus on a few choice morsels . . . → Read More: Book Review: Assassin’s Amulet by Michael K. Tumey, Mike Bourke, and Johnn Four from Roleplaying Tips, Part 2

Book Review: Assassin’s Amulet by Michael K. Tumey, Mike Bourke, and Johnn Four from Roleplaying Tips, Part 1

Before I get into the first part of of this review (tune in for part 2 tomorrow!), I have to get a few things out of the way… First a bit of a disclosure, I’ve known Johnn Four since joining the Gamer Lifestyle program a few years ago, so it was an immediate “yes” when . . . → Read More: Book Review: Assassin’s Amulet by Michael K. Tumey, Mike Bourke, and Johnn Four from Roleplaying Tips, Part 1

Setting Review: Chronicles of Amherth by Peter C. Spahn from Small Niche Games

Rules and setting. Chocolate and peanut butter. Abbott and Costello. Isn’t it wonderful how some good things come in pairs?

You can have the best system in the world, but without a setting – even the modern world – you need, as George Carlin would say, a place for all your stuff. Characters don’t exist . . . → Read More: Setting Review: Chronicles of Amherth by Peter C. Spahn from Small Niche Games

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