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Random Encounter Table for the Underworld

Inspired by Ancient Egyptian mythology of the Underworld, today’s inspiration is a random encounter table: 247 more words

Dungeon World

Butcher discusses Peace Talks at DragonCon

Jim Butcher is deeply enamored with DragonCon. After multiple signings where no one showed up, or panels at conventions where he was the only one in the room, DragonCon is where he started to feel like an author. 1,488 more words

Fiction

Conquest of the Sphere: Una Ethnicity

The Una are the dominant advanced species on much of the southern half of the world.  They live in nearly every environment, from desert to ocean.   712 more words

Science Fiction

A Microscopic Supplement

Indie RPGs of the arthouse school which actually get supplements published for them are a bit of a rarity. Plenty of indie games simply never get the sort of traction which would create an appetite for a supplement in the first place; in other cases, the core expression of the game represents more or less everything their creators want to say on the matter, at least in the form of an actual product, or the designers end up transferring their enthusiasm to new projects. 229 more words

Tabletop RPGs

Mike Mearls' Vindication

In the interests of putting something positive at the top o’ the blog, I want to recommend Mike Mearls’ twitter account. It’s remarkably informative. 287 more words

Tabletop RPGs

Why I Won't Be Doing a Review of the Burning Wheel Codex

As you might know, sometimes I review RPG stuff on Ferretbrain as part of my Kickstopper series of articles doing autopsies on various Kickstarter outcomes. 44 more words

Tabletop RPGs

HEROES OF THE HYPERNET (Hypercorps 2099 Kickstarter Backer Game)

After 19 glorious sessions of play, the Hypercorps 2099 KS Backer Game has come to an end! Read on to see what chaos Florisley-Ley (Steve), Chaplain (James), Tycheros (John), and Dr. 319 more words

MIke Myler