Game Review: Fantasy Craft by Alex Flagg, Scott Gearin, and Patrick Kapera from Crafty Games – Chapter 4

Another one of my goals for 2012 is to finish my chapter-by-chapter review of Crafty Games‘ Fantasy Craft, Second Printing book. And, since we’ve dealt with character creation, action resolution, and spellcraft already, it was only logical that the next chapter of the Fantasy Craft book dealt with items, right? Unfortunately this chapter suffers from . . . → Read More: Game Review: Fantasy Craft by Alex Flagg, Scott Gearin, and Patrick Kapera from Crafty Games – Chapter 4

Supplement Review: So What’s For Sale, Anyway? by Julian Neale from Raging Swan Press

Occasionally as a GM I’ve found myself on the short end of this stick:

[GM] Welcome to Grigori’s Great Goods! How can I help you today? [PC] I’m looking for {insert random magical item here}. You wouldn’t happen to have one, would you? [GM] {madly scrambling, rolls a d6 – odd means no, even means . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: So What’s For Sale, Anyway? by Julian Neale from Raging Swan Press

The Gassy Gnoll: Pondering Mage Slavery

Have you ever considered the true cost of a standard magic item? No, I’m not talking about the actual cost of making a magic item in D&D terms, with XP and gold. I’m talking about the hidden black market of magic item manufacturing… Yes, I know this topic has been covered before – as with . . . → Read More: The Gassy Gnoll: Pondering Mage Slavery

News from Around the Net: 29-APR-2011

Wow. It’s been a long week this week, but Friday finally emerged from the gloom like a beacon of hope! That means I collected a few articles as food for thought along the way… Or at least I hope I did as I go rustling into my collection of bookmarks for the week…

Biscuits and . . . → Read More: News from Around the Net: 29-APR-2011

Book Review: Warrior, Rogue & Mage by Michael Wolf and Stargazer Games

Warrior, Rogue & Mage: Core Rulebook (Revised Edition) (WR&M) came to my attention a couple of months ago as a lightweight rules system for fantasy roleplaying. Written by Michael Wolf and released by Stargazer Games in mid-2010, its simplicity makes it easy to learn, play, and extend in a variety of ways. Whether you’re playing . . . → Read More: Book Review: Warrior, Rogue & Mage by Michael Wolf and Stargazer Games

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