Supplement Review: Studies of Decay: Zombies by Kristofer Konkel from Rocks Fall Games

Zombies. Love ’em or hate ’em, they’re here to stay. Personally I’m a big fan if they’re done well, whether they appear on the big screen, the small screen, in a book, or at the game table. So when I saw that the folks at Rocks Fall Games had a new zombie-themed-supplement out for Pathfinder, . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: Studies of Decay: Zombies by Kristofer Konkel from Rocks Fall Games

Supplement Review: The Expedition Journals of Amestus Armen: Cultural Division in a Caste-Based Society by Tim Loya from Tim Loya Games

Timothe Loya’s obviously got some grand plans for The Expedition Journals of Amestus Armen (TEJOAA for short). It’s far from your average RPG supplement and takes a completely different approach to describing a setting than I’ve seen in 30 years of gaming. As you read each journal, you are transported to another place, another time, . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: The Expedition Journals of Amestus Armen: Cultural Division in a Caste-Based Society by Tim Loya from Tim Loya Games

The Gassy Gnoll: Recycling In Your Campaigns

This Gassy Gnoll is not exactly a tree hugger, but I do try to help out the environment whenever I can. At my house we recycle newspaper, plastic, cans, and try to reuse as many things as we can. Boxes, mailers, scrap paper, grocery bags, and so on are ripe for reuse here… But I . . . → Read More: The Gassy Gnoll: Recycling In Your Campaigns

Book Review: Henchfolk & Hirelings by Christian Alipounarian, Creighton Broadhurst, and Andy Glenn from Raging Swan Press

Let me start this review with a little story. Once upon a time, when I GMed all the time, I had a list of names I would use as fodder for NPCs. I believe this list came from a list of attendees for some conference or another, but I might be wrong about that. (By . . . → Read More: Book Review: Henchfolk & Hirelings by Christian Alipounarian, Creighton Broadhurst, and Andy Glenn from Raging Swan Press

Book Review: City Slices 1: Marketplace Fun by William C. Pfaff from Escape Velocity Gaming

Most towns and cities in fantasy roleplaying game settings are busy hubs of activity. Rarely do people make any coin by sitting on their duffs all day. Instead, people are rushing around collecting raw materials, manufacturing those goods, and then selling them in the marketplace. The nobility are the exception to the rule, spending their . . . → Read More: Book Review: City Slices 1: Marketplace Fun by William C. Pfaff from Escape Velocity Gaming

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