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Walking the Plank for British vs Pirates

British Versus Pirates (BvP) is a tabletop board game designed by Apollo. The game is designed for two players, although with the package included for the layout below there are expansions for other factions. 1,843 more words


Film Review: Prince of Foxes (1949)

Release Date: December 23rd, 1949
Directed by: Henry King
Written by: Milton Krims
Based on: Prince of Foxes by Samuel Shellabarger
Music by: Alfred Newman… 421 more words


Special Guest: Sally Cronin, The Odd Jobs Gal - Swashbuckle and Romance

About Sally Cronin

My name is Sally Cronin and after working in a number of industries for over 25 years, I decided that I wanted to pursue a completely different career, one that I had always been fascinated with. 1,096 more words

Lyn Horner's Corner

The City of Einn Boer and The World Lost campaign setting

This is a setup for a new D&D Campaign I’m starting soon…

Seven centuries ago, the world was struck by a great Cataclysm.  The history you have been taught does not go into details; but the broad strokes paint a world gone mad, overrun with horrible demons and voracious undead that made war on the mortal races.  924 more words


Traitor’s Blade by Sebastien de Castell

I enjoyed the fantasy novel Traitor’s Blade by Sebastien de Castell. The main character is Falcio Val Mond, the First Cantor (leader) of the Greatcoats. The Greatcoats were a group of wandering magistrates who are named for the coat that they wear (which served as armor and storage) and are now disbanded, distrusted, and ridiculed. 137 more words


Riding the Sands: 7th Sea and the Crescent Empire

While the meat of the action of 7th Sea has traditionally taken place in mainland Théah and the open seas, the second edition offered the promise of fleshing out the rest of Terra (Earth), beginning with the Crescent Empire. 2,261 more words


RPG a Day: And... Scene!

7. What was an impactful RPG session?

I spoke last year about an emotionally charged, intense session of Night Witches, so I’m not going to repeat it but it certainly is a good answer to today’s question. 492 more words