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The Reality of Mythic Europe

One of the advantages that historically-themed games like Ars Magica have is that there’s masses more setting information out there for historical settings than could ever be produced for s fantasy world, with a richness and depth that goes beyond that of any invented setting. 2,177 more words

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I am terribly ill with a fever and other fun stuff so if I make more mistakes than usual while typing this out, that is why. 125 more words


2099 Wasteland Funds, MoA Translation, Hypercorps 2099 reviewed by EZG, and Habib el Armisari

Hypercorps 2099 Wasteland funded!

It was a real nail biter that last hour but we exceeded our goal, raising 108% of what we need to make my future apocalyptic setting source book a reality.  2,249 more words

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Thoughts on Writing - Using a Roleplay Game to Develop a Novel's Backstory

Now that Distant Horizon is out in the world (Yay!), I thought I’d talk a little about how the story came about–specifically, how a role-play game led to the creation of the backstory of  1,023 more words


ENWorld's Hot RPGs - December 2016

Time for another look at at ENWorld’s list of hot RPGs to round off the year. Usual reminder applies: RPGs are scored on the chart based on what’s being actively discussed on as wide a pool of internet fora and blogs as ENWorld can find RSS feeds for. 1,283 more words

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Tabletop RPG Review: Barbarians of Lemuria

I’m re-posting this (originally on In the Mouth of Dorkness) after a conversation with my brother Tom about the forthcoming Conan roleplaying game that we both backed on Kickstarter.  704 more words

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Hypercorps 2099 Wasteland HAS LAUNCHED!

#2099Wasteland is a go! We’re headed for the future again but instead of soaring heights for hypercorporate skyscrapers, this alternate timeline offers only the ruins of a civilization destroyed by nuclear fire! 98 more words

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