This August I will be heading to GenCon, which is one of the largest tabletop RPG conventions in the world. I am really looking forward to it, primarily to see some new and old systems being played (I’m especially eager to try out Pathfinder 2, Starfinder, and Adventures in Middle Earth).… Read the rest
I’m guessing that it’s not precisely “news” to readers here that the QuickStart Deluxe of Against the Darkmaster (VsD) has been released as pay what you want on DriveThruRPG. The latest articulation has introduced some changes to my game. Most radical is a reduction of five Armours (None, Soft Leather, Rigid Leather, Chain and Plate) to four (None, Light, Medium, Heavy).… Read the rest
Due to very sudden and unexpected changes in health I would really like it if a couple of other writers could make a posts in the next few weeks.
Peter.… Read the rest
Recently, I played around with random tables for village names, industries, street plans and then a plot hook to give the PCs something to do.
Since then I have been playing with a new web-based toy and I thought you may like it.… Read the rest
I have cleared the decks a little and last night I started to look at Navigator RPG again.
The first thing that would strike you is the limited scope of the game. So far we have three races and five professions, that is it.… Read the rest
I play in a RMC game where the GM is the type to look for any excuse to punish the characters. Examples from the last session are when we paid passage with a wagon caravan between cities but the player had never asked about paying for food, just travel so the GM sprung it upon us that on the first night everyone else had food and we didn’t.… Read the rest
When I have tried an ‘ideas gathering’ set of posts in the past what has happened is that because there is no real structure in place there are almost too many options. Once discussions become circular we stop making progress.
Another problem is the transient nature of blogging.… Read the rest
Unless you have been living in a monastic cell for the last decade you cannot have failed to be aware of the OSR movement. You can be forgiven for not knowing what the R in OSR stands for but that is par for the course.… Read the rest