• Endgames

    I’ve been thinking a lot about endings lately – and not in a negative way. When it comes to role-playing games many campaigns simply don’t have (nor need) an Endgame; they’re set to run for as...

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  • D&D Basic Set part 2

    Today I'm going to take a look at the races and classes in the Basic Set, and how they differ from their presentation in OD&D. The classes included here are Fighting Men, Magic-Users, Clerics and Thieves. The...

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  • The Revenge of the Lazy Sunday Render Dump

    All by yours truly, rendered in DAZ Studio with some, lots or no postwork. Click to enlarge, as ever. Phew! There you have it. Muscles, girls, blood and goblins, all in one slice of rendery goodness....

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  • Vuvuzela Goblins!

    "I’ll say one thing for them," Borys shouted over the incessant droning, "They’re useless at ambushes!" Among the many different types of Goblin an adventurer is likely to encounter, few are attacked with more relish than...

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  • Free RPG Day 2010

    Tomorrow, Saturday, June 19th, is Free RPG Day at participating local retailers . The program seeks to expose customers to new games by giving away products and materials. Some of the things you might find: Fantasy...

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  • Dungeonslayers is now on Facebook

    Dungeonslayers , the old-fashioned roleplaying game, is now out to conquer the world using the popular social network Facebook. If you are a fan of Christian Kennig’s rules-light fantasy game, join us on the Dungeonslayers Facebook...

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  • An Incomplete History of Oerth – Part 1

    Now that I've read through every OD&D product, and taken copious notes, a basic outline of the history of my campaign world-to-be is emerging. Certainly none of this stuff was ever intended to fit together, and a...

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  • When Inspiration Is Not Enough: Time Travel in RPGs, Part 1

    Extract from 'The Persistence Of Memory' by Salvadore Dali When writing my submission to the June 2010 Blog Carnival , A Medley Of Inspiring Media , I said that Time Travel was a special case. This...

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  • Star Wars Lives! The Proxis Prospecting Co.

    I am quite excited for my upcoming Star Wars game, and I'm always somehow surprised at how easy and fun character generation is in the D6 system is. Every character is different, there are really no...

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  • The Worst Game of My Life

    A couple of weeks ago I ran the worst Dungeons & Dragons game of my life!  It was the kind of game that felt like a slow motion train wreck. Something had gone horribly wrong and...

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