Guest Post: Arrows of Indra (by RPGPundit for Bedrock Games), a Review by Timothe Loya

First off, Arrows of Indra claims to be “Old School Roleplaying in an Epic indian Fantasy World.” What this means may differ from person to person, but I should point out that even a quick glance at the cover clearly defines “Indian” as from India, not Native American. Now some people’s interest might wane there, . . . → Read More: Guest Post: Arrows of Indra (by RPGPundit for Bedrock Games), a Review by Timothe Loya

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

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