Supplement Review: AL1: Bone Hoard of the Dancing Horror by Daniel J. Bishop from Purple Duck Games

If it’s one thing the Dungeon Crawl Classics Role Playing Game has inspired, it’s going back to what I remember about many of the original modules for D&D… Gritty, gruesome dungeon crawls where you were never quite sure if your characters were daring or mentally challenged for walking in the front door in the first . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: AL1: Bone Hoard of the Dancing Horror by Daniel J. Bishop from Purple Duck Games

Friday Knight News – Gaming Edition: 27-JUL-2012

Happy Friday fellow gamers! It’s gaming news time!

It’s been a weird week. Nothing exciting in the weirdness however, so I’ll avoid boring you to death… zzzzzzz

Here at Game Knight Reviews, I chugged right along…

Creighton Broadhurst from Raging Swan Productions was kind enough to answer a few questions… The Gassy Gnoll raged against . . . → Read More: Friday Knight News – Gaming Edition: 27-JUL-2012

Publisher Interview: Creighton Broadhurst of Raging Swan Press

In early 2011, I discovered the wonders of Raging Swan Press. Creighton Broadhurst and his talented group of writers and artists have been putting creative and helpful gaming products together (currently 133 by RPGNow’s count) every week or two for nearly two years now… And honestly I don’t know how they do it!

So I . . . → Read More: Publisher Interview: Creighton Broadhurst of Raging Swan Press

Friday Knight News – Summer Edition: 21-JUN-2012

Welcome to the Friday Knight News for this Friday, June 21st, 2012! First of all, let’s just get the traditional TGIF! out of the way. The first part of the week was insane, but it’s actually reached manageable levels of crazy the last few days so I really can’t complain. Sanity on a scale where . . . → Read More: Friday Knight News – Summer Edition: 21-JUN-2012

Ancient Scroll’s Secret Room: Those Lovely Barbarians

This is an article by my friend, qbany about barbarians clashing with civilized people. It is a story that borders a bit on RPGs but offers some deeper insights into roleplaying barbarians, one of the canonical classes in almost every fantasy RPG.

This article also represents my thoughts, because it was created after many nights . . . → Read More: Ancient Scroll’s Secret Room: Those Lovely Barbarians

Fiction Review: Stories in the Ether, Issue 1 from Nevermet Press

In an age when the eBook is gaining ground, I wonder why I don’t read more short fiction. I read plenty of fantasy and science fiction novels (usually 25-30 every year) and have even thrown in some Steampunk into the mix recently, but only rarely pick up anthologies of short fiction. So how did I . . . → Read More: Fiction Review: Stories in the Ether, Issue 1 from Nevermet Press

Guest Post: Scott Taylor from Black Gate magazine

Welcome to the first ever guest post on Game Knight Reviews! And a huge thank you to Scott for being my first victim contributor!

Hey all, i’ts Scott from Black Gate magazine’s RPG blog. Fitz invited me over to give a little info piece on Black Gate and what we’re doing. I considered making some . . . → Read More: Guest Post: Scott Taylor from Black Gate magazine

Interview: Jason Banditt Adams – the Rogue Artist

Back in 2007 I was working on the Moebius Adventures Core Rules book, a labor of love that had started more than a decade earlier, and I needed some artwork. Sure, I could have just used a few pieces of clipart from my Clipart.com subscription, but I wanted something a bit more custom for my . . . → Read More: Interview: Jason Banditt Adams – the Rogue Artist

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