The Gassy Gnoll: Ideas Blown On The Winter Wind

As this Gassy Gnoll sits in his home in Colorado today hiding from a biting wind and below freezing temperatures, he wondered at the winter weather. Beyond the Frozen Wind adventure from Rite Publishing and Jonathan McAnulty, he can’t recall any adventures that really dealt with the cold wind at all. Taking shelter from a . . . → Read More: The Gassy Gnoll: Ideas Blown On The Winter Wind

Supplement Review: Haiku of Horror: Autumn Moon Bath House (Kaidan/PFRPG) by Michael K. Tumey from Rite Publishing

Fantasy RPGs (like any number of other genres) have several tropes we all tend to trip over. You know the ideas I’m talking about… Elves don’t like dwarves. Dwarves are drunkards who speak with a Scottish accent. Dragons like hoards. And adventures usually start in taverns with some crazy guy sitting in a dark corner . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: Haiku of Horror: Autumn Moon Bath House (Kaidan/PFRPG) by Michael K. Tumey from Rite Publishing

Supplement Review: Adventure Quarterly, Issue #3 from Rite Publishing

When I reviewed Adventure Quarterly, Issue #2, remember when I said that Rite Publishing was chugging along with terrific content? Guess what? They’re continuing the trend with Issue #3! That said, I have no clue how Steve Russell and all the folks at RP are juggling quite an array of products – with the great . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: Adventure Quarterly, Issue #3 from Rite Publishing

Ten Links in the Chain: Publisher News (26-JAN-2012)

Yes! Two links posts within just a couple of days of each other… Amazing, isn’t it? 🙂

This one is all about the publishers. Dang they’ve been busy! Announcements, product releases, and all sorts of goodies to sink your teeth into!

Before I start, I want to help shout from the rooftops about a recent . . . → Read More: Ten Links in the Chain: Publisher News (26-JAN-2012)

Magazine Review: Adventure Quarterly, Issue #2 from Rite Publishing

Paizo proved years ago that there’s still life in the D&D 3.5e system when they published the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. So it’s only fitting that other publishers continue to support Paizo’s efforts, continuing to breathe life into one of the most popular role-playing games of today. Rite Publishing has been right there in the mix, . . . → Read More: Magazine Review: Adventure Quarterly, Issue #2 from Rite Publishing

Supplement Review: Faces of the Tarnished Souk: Z. Z. Grimshanks, the Knave of Sharp Seconds by Matt Banach and Justin Sluder from Rite Publishing

What do you get when you cross Time Bandits, Gladiator, and the cutthroat entrepreneurial spirit of The Apprentice? Maybe something along the lines of Z.Z. Grimshanks, the Knave of Sharp Seconds – a ruthless little goblin with a bad attitude.

Rite Publishing and creators Matt Banach and Justin Sluder have created a little guy with . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: Faces of the Tarnished Souk: Z. Z. Grimshanks, the Knave of Sharp Seconds by Matt Banach and Justin Sluder from Rite Publishing

Magazine Review: Adventure Quarterly, Issue #1 from Rite Publishing

Content is king, right? And he or she with the best content often wins, or at least gains more interest. One avenue to getting more content out in the ether is to create a blog. Or you could offer freebies to tempt folks to buy your products. Or… maybe you could create a magazine! d6 . . . → Read More: Magazine Review: Adventure Quarterly, Issue #1 from Rite Publishing

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

Adventure Review: Frozen Wind (PFRPG) by Jonathan McAnulty from Rite Publishing

When I read the first couple of adventures of the Curse of the Golden Spear adventure trilogy set in Kaidan from Jonathan McAnulty and Rite Publishing, I was blown away. I remember the first time I saw the Oriental Adventures book for AD&D in 1985 and was fascinated by the world of Kara-Tur. And last . . . → Read More: Adventure Review: Frozen Wind (PFRPG) by Jonathan McAnulty from Rite Publishing

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

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