Supplement Review: Deities & Demigods (1e)

Once upon a time I was 12 years old and started playing Dungeons & Dragons First Edition with my friends from junior high school. Many weekends between 1982 and 1985, Bob, Jayson, Dwight, Sean, and I could be found wiling away a Saturday afternoon by conquering fantastic lands and defeating horrific creatures – all in . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: Deities & Demigods (1e)

The Gassy Gnoll: Oh, the Horror! Hard Lessons Learned from Self-Publishing (October RPG Blog Carnival)

Courtesy of the great folks at Troll in the Corner, the RPG Blog Carnival topic for October is downright horrible! No, the topic isn’t horrible (not like the time this Gassy Gnoll got too near the fire and singed his furry eyebrows!)… It’s about the horrible things that happen during gaming sessions or around gaming . . . → Read More: The Gassy Gnoll: Oh, the Horror! Hard Lessons Learned from Self-Publishing (October RPG Blog Carnival)

The First Anniversary of Game Knight Reviews! Prizes! Giveaways! Free Stuff!

Yes, you read that right… Amazingly enough, September 15, 2011 marks the one year anniversary of Game Knight Reviews. It’s been an amazing ride so far and I look forward to seeing what the next year will bring! And yes, there are giveaways galore for you, but I want to get the boring stuff out . . . → Read More: The First Anniversary of Game Knight Reviews! Prizes! Giveaways! Free Stuff!

Book Preview: Rifts World Book 1: Vampire Kingdoms (New Revised Edition) by Kevin Siembieda from Palladium Books

Since I was in college, I’ve had a love affair with Palladium Books. We played campaigns that used The Palladium Role-playing Game and Ninjas & Superspies, plus occasional forays into the realms of Rifts, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles & Other Strangeness, Beyond the Supernatural, and others. When the Palladium Fantasy Role-Playing Game came out with . . . → Read More: Book Preview: Rifts World Book 1: Vampire Kingdoms (New Revised Edition) by Kevin Siembieda from Palladium Books

Interview: Sean P. Fannon and Matt M. McElroy from OneBookShelf

When an opportunity comes up to pick the brains of some of the great folks behind OneBookShelf’s many faces – RPGNow, DriveThruRPG, DriveThruComics, and DriveThruFiction – how could I possibly refuse?

I’ve been a customer of DriveThruRPG and RPGNow as a consumer or a publisher for at least 5 years now and have been consistently . . . → Read More: Interview: Sean P. Fannon and Matt M. McElroy from OneBookShelf

Interview: Michael Wolf – Stargazer from Stargazer Games and Stargazer’s World

The name Stargazer in RPG circles has become synonymous with not only Stargazer Games, publisher of games such as Warrior, Rogue & Mage, Resolute, Adventurer & Genius, and Thrilling Noir Stories. but also with the Stargazer’s World blog where he shares his thoughts on the roleplaying industry at large along with Corvus (Andrew Modro), Sunglar . . . → Read More: Interview: Michael Wolf – Stargazer from Stargazer Games and Stargazer’s World

Book Review: Soldiers of Fortune by Matt James and Open Design

Why do people, rulers, and nations go to war? Is it to defend their homes and borders against the incursion of ideas, faith, or undesirables? To expand their domains for riches or land? Or simply because they feel the need to spill blood? More often than not, it’s less black and white than some might . . . → Read More: Book Review: Soldiers of Fortune by Matt James and Open Design

News from Around the Net: 11-FEB-2011

It’s time for another collection of links from Around the Net… This week I was interested to see all the posts regarding 2010 stats for small publishers…

Nevermet Press Stargazer Games Rite Designs Evil Hat Purple Pawn’s 2010 Game Industry Survey Jon Brazer Enterprises Engine Publishing Moebius Adventures

(Request: If you know of other . . . → Read More: News from Around the Net: 11-FEB-2011

Book Review: Advanced Feats: The Cavalier’s Creed by Sigfried Trent of Open Design

When I was new to roleplaying and Dungeons & Dragons, I scrimped and saved to pile enough gold together to purchase my books. All of the beautiful TSR books of the mid-1980s were worth it, from the Dungeon Master’s Guide and Player’s Handbook to books like the Monster Manual, Fiend Folio, and Deities and Demigods. . . . → Read More: Book Review: Advanced Feats: The Cavalier’s Creed by Sigfried Trent of Open Design

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