This Means War…

Welcome back to the Front. Have you ever notice that when open up a history book or browse a multitude of news media sources odds are that it tends to be filled with wars and conflicts? The reasons for war (or “conflicts”) are very diverse. A few that come to mind are 1) that they . . . → Read More: This Means War…

Ancient Scroll’s Secret Room: One Hundred Meters Left or War is a Dirty Thing

As you’ve probably noticed, I like to talk about difficult subjects for roleplaying games. Thanks to Brian, I’ve had a chance to share my views on three topics so far – retiring adventurers, interrogation methods, and slavery.

Today I want to discuss another hardcore but common RPG issue – War.

We all know and love . . . → Read More: Ancient Scroll’s Secret Room: One Hundred Meters Left or War is a Dirty Thing

Book Review: Soldiers of Fortune by Matt James and Open Design

Why do people, rulers, and nations go to war? Is it to defend their homes and borders against the incursion of ideas, faith, or undesirables? To expand their domains for riches or land? Or simply because they feel the need to spill blood? More often than not, it’s less black and white than some might . . . → Read More: Book Review: Soldiers of Fortune by Matt James and Open Design

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