This is not one of our 50in50 adventures, no, rather this is a sort of crowd sourced adventure. So if it is crowd sourced then technically I am not saying that there will be this monster at this location, no, you will suggest that monster goes there and this one here and so on.… Read the rest
This is a very late post for our latest 50in50 adventure.
The Tree of Sighing Blades is an unusual and special tree, and its sap has special properties that are greatly desired. Harvesting the sap is not easy, though, as the leaves of the tree are very sharp and constantly fall and swirl in the air, apparently seeking out any who try and making it a dangerous proposition.… Read the rest
As always I am a bit late to the party as it appears that most of you are already familiar to some extent with Hârn whereas I am rather new to it as a setting.… Read the rest
In Rebel Without a Chance, the characters come across a halfling village where many of the residents have been mentally dominated by a half-orc that they rescued. The remainder are trying to free themselves. The dominated residents will try to get the characters to leave the village; if they stay, the characters will not know for certain which halflings are affected, and therefore potential enemies.… Read the rest
One topic that we keep coming back to is RM’s setting. There is nothing inherently wrong with a generic fantasy set of rules but it does set any single game at a disadvantage in the gaming market place.
The reasons why generic is a disadvantage is twofold.… Read the rest
I did NOT write this one!
As a ‘drop in’ bit of added texture to a campaign the knitting circle are a great addition. Brian is certainly stronger in the locations and campaign centric 50in50 ideas.
As you’re here, I know you’re familiar with Rolemaster, and I’m here to tell you about HARP. HARP stands for High Adventure Role Playing, and while it shares many things with RM it is its own game.
Currently, HARP has six books available: Fantasy, SF, SF Xtreme, College of Magics, Martial Law, and Folkways.… Read the rest