#RPGaDay 2017: Day 21

Our question for today might be longer than some games out there; I guess we will find out! Today’s #RPGaDay prompt is to share one or more games with expansive capabilities, and a low page and word count. It doesn’t have to be a micro-game, though. Rest easy. To qualify, it just has to punch … Continue reading

#RPGaDay 2017: Day 20

What is the best source for out-of-print RPG books? That is today’s question, and I will be very interested in how others address it. We are about to enter the last third of #RPGaDay for 2017 and it has been good to see the mix of old and new gamers, as well as the interest … Continue reading

#RPGaDay 2017: Day 18

Question 18 for August 18th’s dose of the daily event #RPGaDay for the Year of Our Gaming, 43 (Old Gameless Calendar, 2017) asks us to declare which game we have played the longest. It does not have to be contiguous, but what ultimately has ended up being the game with more hours of actual gaming … 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 13

The thirteenth question for this year’s #RPGaDay is another tough one, I will wager. This time there was a little mercy though, as it falls on a Sunday. The question asks us to describe an experience with an RPG which changed how you played. Over the years writing this blog, uploading to YouTube, and answering … Continue reading

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