Book Review: Azamar by Brett M. Pisinksi & J. Elliot Streeter from Wicked North Games

Way back when I started playing fantasy roleplaying games, there was Dungeons & Dragons from TSR (now WotC). And it was good. Later on I discovered 1st Edition Palladium Fantasy RPG. And it was also good. Then in the 1990s, a friend and I designed the Moebius Adventures Roleplaying Game, which dominated the majority of . . . → Read More: Book Review: Azamar by Brett M. Pisinksi & J. Elliot Streeter from Wicked North Games

Book Review: Battlelords of the Twenty-Third Century Rulebook by Lawrence R. Sims and SSDC

Though I have to admit I’m more of a fantasy roleplayer than anything else these days, I used to dabble in futuristic worlds from time to time. That list included FASA‘s Battletech and Mechwarrior, Dream Pod 9‘s Heavy Gear, R. Talsorian Games‘ Cyberpunk 2020, GDW‘s Traveller, West End Games‘ Paranoia and Star Wars Roleplaying Game… . . . → Read More: Book Review: Battlelords of the Twenty-Third Century Rulebook by Lawrence R. Sims and SSDC

Magazine Review: d6 Magazine Issue #1

Let me just say that I’ve never been steered wrong by any book with a Tyrannosaurus Rex on the cover. Thankfully after reading the first issue of d6 Magazine (released February 8, 2011), that streak is still intact!

The goal of the magazine is simple. It’s a resource for OpenD6-based material produced by fans of . . . → Read More: Magazine Review: d6 Magazine Issue #1

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