#RPGaDay 2017: Day 23

Our question for today for #RPGaDay 2017 concerns our thoughts on and reactions to the layout of an RPG book’s information on its pages. Dipping into hyperbole, the question cites ‘jaw-dropping’ as its descriptor for layout that impresses you into a gape-mouthed response of appreciation. It might be beautiful. It might be spare and utilitarian. … Continue reading

#RPGaDay 2017: Day 17

Question 17 for August 17th for #RPGaDay is trying to make a discreet inquiry into which of the games we have on our shelves or in our digital archives, but have yet to play. Which among them has waited for us the longest, but remained unused. Imagine the sadness and sense of abandonment… it is … Continue reading

#RPGaDay 2017: Day 15

Question 15 for #RPGaDay makes polite inquiries about our habits in regard to adapting games to better fit our desires and plans. Mythras For many of the reasons that I cited yesterday, I would perhaps confusingly mention Mythras again in this category. For me the game works, it works with me, it works with the … Continue reading

#RPGaDay 2017: Day 1

Question 1: What published RPG would you like to be playing right now? Among the games currently available to roleplaying gamers everywhere, the one I would most like to add to my list of ‘games currently in use’ is Circle of Hands. The game, published by Adept Press and written by Ron Edwards, presents a grim iron-age … Continue reading

Ministry of Unusual Affairs: GM Notes 1

What follows is a brief Q&A with the GM of our Play by e-Mail campaign featuring Agents of the Ministry of Unusual Affairs, using Leagues of Gothic Horror – a supplement for Leagues of Adventure. GM (Murderbunny): I was looking forward to the recap of the caper in the caves. Thanks for this; reliving the campaign … Continue reading

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