Designer Interview: RPGPundit – Arrows of Indra

A few months ago I had an opportunity to chat with Brendan Davis (Bedrock Games) about Servants of Gaius. Set in Ancient Rome, it offers some different avenues to explore for roleplaying than more traditional fantasy settings. So when I had an opportunity to talk to Brendan & RPGPundit about their upcoming project – Arrows . . . → Read More: Designer Interview: RPGPundit – Arrows of Indra

Friday Knight News – Gaming Edition: 10-AUG-2012

Welcome to the next edition of the Friday news assault! The madness around here is really starting to get back to a dull roar as school and soccer get underway and the groaning has just begun. It’s kind of funny actually since I’m usually the first one up no matter what time of year it . . . → Read More: Friday Knight News – Gaming Edition: 10-AUG-2012

Tweet RPG – your daily dose of adventure fun! (Guest Post by Sam Richards)

If you want to join fellow RPG fans in shaping exciting narratives on one of the most popular social networks on the web, then Tweet RPG is definitely for you – get some fun, free, follower-defined adventures in your timeline today!

On a hot summer’s night, bereft of sleep and pondering a whole hosts of . . . → Read More: Tweet RPG – your daily dose of adventure fun! (Guest Post by Sam Richards)

Game Review: Nights of the Crusades by MJ Alishah from Aetheric Dreams

Occasionally I get the opportunity to review something that is at once both familiar and completely new. There’s nothing wrong with variations on a theme, but it’s nice to see a fresh take on roleplaying that offers something new to sink my teeth into along with the traditional trappings that usually accompany a RPG product.

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Game Review: Fantasy Craft by Alex Flagg, Scott Gearin, and Patrick Kapera from Crafty Games – Chapter 6

We’re almost to the end of the 402 page Fantasy Craft tome from the great folks at Crafty Games! Chapter 6 deals with NPCs and monsters and though I was a bit put off by the tons of options in the combat chapter, this chapter showed more of the great design work that has gone . . . → Read More: Game Review: Fantasy Craft by Alex Flagg, Scott Gearin, and Patrick Kapera from Crafty Games – Chapter 6

Game Review: Quantum Flux by Kieran Kowalski from 6d6 RPG

Though I don’t read much sci-fi these days, I’m still a big fan of films in the genre. Sprinkle in some horror and I’ll probably go see it if the trailer looks good enough. The golden standard is of course Ridley Scott‘s 1979 masterpiece Alien, and though many films have attempted to achieve the same . . . → Read More: Game Review: Quantum Flux by Kieran Kowalski from 6d6 RPG

Game Review: The One Ring: Adventurer’s Book by Francesco Nepitello from Cubicle 7 – Part 6

The end is nigh! Well, the last part of my multi-post review of The One Ring: Adventurer’s Book from Cubicle 7 and writer Francesco Nepitello anyway… “Part 6: Fellowship Phase” deals with that part between the adventures of any campaign – downtime. But as I’ve pointed out more than a few times during this long . . . → Read More: Game Review: The One Ring: Adventurer’s Book by Francesco Nepitello from Cubicle 7 – Part 6

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

Game Review: The One Ring: Adventurer’s Book by Francesco Nepitello from Cubicle 7 – Part 4

As I continue to dive deeper into The One Ring from Cubicle 7, I’m finding that there are things I really like about the system conceptually that I’m wondering if I could translate from here to other games… While Part 3 focused on the many skills, traits, and items that can be used to define . . . → Read More: Game Review: The One Ring: Adventurer’s Book by Francesco Nepitello from Cubicle 7 – Part 4

Supplement Review: Divine Favor: The Cleric by Stefan Styrsky from Open Design

Open Design‘s Divine Favor series has done a good job of presenting some interesting options to player characters (PCs) using the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. Many of their options revolve around classic traits of traditional classes and Divine Favor: The Cleric continues in that vein. Some of the ideas come from classic myths and literature and . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: Divine Favor: The Cleric by Stefan Styrsky from Open Design

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