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Peeling back the curtain on progressive game development [LONG]

Coincidentally, The Ruined Empire (62% funded with 11 days to go!) isn’t the only thing that I’ve written currently on KickStarter. I was also part of the team that wrote for V20 Dark Ages – the new edition of Dark Ages: Vampire. 3,877 more words

Tabletop RPGs

Developing NOW/Veranthea Codex, Paizo Developer position, and some words about #Gamergate

The first draft of N.O.W. is moving along quickly and I’m keeping on schedule!
I’ve done things before where I set up the framework and watch those elements come together, but it’s never been as cathartic or far reaching as this is. 668 more words

MIke Myler

Slaying the Dragon: Learning to Teach through Tabletop RPGs

NOTE: This essay comes from an assignment I wrote for my Pedagogy class in Fall 2013. I’ve been pondering my teaching philosophy a lot lately, so I thought I’d bring it back, clean it up, and share it with those of you who may be curious about how I got into teaching writing. 2,088 more words

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I'm on the front page of EN World right N.O.W.!

I couldn’t possibly be asked to resist that urge. Expect more to read by the beginning of next month!

MIke Myler

Back in the Saddle!

After a delightful, wonderful weekend in the idyllic rural city of Warren—with bubbly, a fantastic blue cake, and more than one Ralph Bakshi film—I feel fantastic and am enthused to get back to work! 95 more words

MIke Myler

Wraith: The Oblivion

I have not been looking forward to this.

Don’t misunderstand me: Wraith is a good game.  Hell, it may be one of the most finely crafted games in the entirety of the Classic… 1,925 more words

Tabletop RPGs

Crowdfunding platforms: why I use KickStarter and why you should too


One of the biggest and, to my mind, best changes to alter the indie tabletop publishing landscape in the last few years is the advent of crowdfunding. 2,088 more words