Fiction Review: The Hole Behind Midnight by Clinton J. Boomer

Yes, I know this is a game review blog for the most part, but The Hole Behind Midnight would have far-reaching game potential even if it hadn’t been written by someone who’s been writing, making short films, and working in the RPG industry for a while.

But let’s back up for a moment. What the . . . → Read More: Fiction Review: The Hole Behind Midnight by Clinton J. Boomer

Game Review: Geasa by Jonathan Lavallee from Firestorm Ink

Who doesn’t love a good story? There’s something about being drawn into a good tale by a master storyteller that can, for a time, make you forget all about your troubles. You might even say that there was something vaguely fae-like about someone with the bardic gift. Painting pictures with words, voices, gestures, props, and . . . → Read More: Game Review: Geasa by Jonathan Lavallee from Firestorm Ink

The Gassy Gnoll: Animals in RPGs (RPG Blog Carnival), Part 3 โ€“ Who hunts the hunters?

In part 1 of this series I initially was unsure how I’d approach this month’s “Animals in RPGs” blog carnival (hosted by Tower of the Archmage). But after a bit of brainstorming I ended up with four separate ideas for posts. So here’s the third part on hunting in RPGs.

Whether you’re playing a classic . . . → Read More: The Gassy Gnoll: Animals in RPGs (RPG Blog Carnival), Part 3 โ€“ Who hunts the hunters?

The Gassy Gnoll: Crossing the (Genre) Streams… (RPG Blog Carnival)

The RPG Blog Carnival topic for May 2011 is Crossing Genres, hosted over at The Dump Stat by Greg Schuster. And it’s a good topic unless you look at it from the Ghostbusters perspective…

Dr. Egon Spengler: There’s something very important I forgot to tell you. Dr. Peter Venkman: What? Dr. Egon Spengler: Don’t cross . . . → Read More: The Gassy Gnoll: Crossing the (Genre) Streams… (RPG Blog Carnival)

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