I stand corrected on a previous news item.
Are these the Yinka/Y’kin?
Changramai Warrioress? Followers of Inis? Female Warrior Monks Kick Ass.
Iuraic has no words for empathy.
20 ranks in Rolemaster Herb Lore?
I have had an incredibly busy week, so much so that I missed blogging on Monday completely! What I should have been doing is working on the D&D 5th Edition conversion to a D100 system. I am doing this conversion very much with a Rolemaster hat on and it is interesting to see what D&D has that Rolemaster doesn’t and what it does very differently. … Read the rest
“Rules for rules”. To me one of the biggest drivers of system complexity and bloat is “rules for rules” ie—new mechanisms to modify original rules or to make work-arounds to disliked rule restrictions.
Let’s use “Transcend Armor” as a perfect example.… Read the rest
As part of our efforts to create a viable “no profession” Rolemaster rule set we’ve focused on distilling skills down to as few as possible meta-skills. I think I’m down to 45 or so total skills in our S.W.A.R.M. rules but after reading some of Peter’s ideas I think I can get it down further.… Read the rest
In the past I wrote a fist full of posts about character creation and advancement in Rolemaster Classic without professions or levels.
Rather than leaving these as a scattered collection of posts spread over two months I have brought them all together in a single PDF.… Read the rest
That sounds like a terrible B movie but right now I am preparing to spend a lot of time on Nagademon, or more correctly NaGaDeMon, and having never heard the words Franken Game until recently I have found myself using it twice this week.… Read the rest
This is the third and final (at the moment) volume in the horror effects series by Azukail Games. This booklet (100 Creepy Things and Events to Find in a Spooky House II) has far less strange mists and fogs and noises in other rooms than its siblings but more architectural spookiness.… Read the rest