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DriveThruRPG’s New Zealand Red Cross Earthquake Relief – $260+ of RPG stuff for $20.

A powerful earthquake struck New Zealand’s already-bruised city of Christchurch on Tuesday, collapsing buildings, burying vehicles under debris and sending rescuers scrambling to help trapped people amid reports of multiple deaths. DriveThruRPG and several publishers have teamed up to raise funds to aid those affected by this earthquake. You can buy the bundle for $20 or simply donate $…

DriveThruRPG enters the Print on Demand market, and I got to beta test and review it

[Full Disclosure: Not only am I a featured reviewer for DriveThruRPG but they also carry my products.] DriveThruRPG , has recently entered the print on demand market, offering a small but rapidly growing number of PDFs as actual, honest to goodness physical books. I was recently asked to participate in a beta test with this new offering, following the print on demand process from ordering right through …

Troll in the Corner’s Guide to the Pathfinder Combat Round

Have you ever felt left behind as your gaming buddies breeze through their combat rounds?  Stuck calculating just how many attacks of opportunities an awakened, 14 armed centipede who is a 15th level barbarian with 23 combat feats will actually have?  Well suffer at the gaming table no more my friend, for we here at Troll in the Corner have a solution for …

Gaming in the Classroom – an interview with Pete Figtree, teacher, gamer, innovator.

Pete Figtree is a teacher with a mission.  He is bringing gaming in to the classroom in a way that will positively influence his present and future students.  He is doing something real and important with real students.  I get a neat, shiny and warm feeling whenever I think of this.  Pete has designed coursework to encourage creative thinking, which moves beyond …

Get all of Vincent Baker’s games on PDF for $25

This is too good a deal to pass up . All 6 of Vincent Baker’s games in PDF form for $25, which is $40 off the normal price.

Contest: One Cool Thing I saw at GenCon

RPGNow has been nice enough to supply me with some PDFs to give away and so let’s get to it. To enter the contest, all you need to do is comment below with the coolest thing you saw at GenCon 2010. This could have been first hand, in a picture on a blog, or maybe in a video posted to YouTube – in other words, there’s no need…

The Genius Guide to the Armiger [Review]

I love OtherWorld Creations , and I love their Genius Guides .  Their Pathfinder creations are worth every penny for the extra content they provide.  My favorite so far is the Genius Guide to the Shadow Assassin , but today I’d like to talk about the Genius Guide to the Armiger . The armiger is an interesting concept.  While I was not sold on it by the intro…

The Genius Guide to the Armiger [Review]

I love OtherWorld Creations , and I love their Genius Guides .  Their Pathfinder creations are worth every penny for the extra content they provide.  My favorite so far is the Genius Guide to the Shadow Assassin , but today I’d like to talk about the Genius Guide to the Armiger . The armiger is an interesting concept.  While I was not sold on it…

DriveThruStuff Discount Codes [Discount]

It’s almost two weeks into the month, so I decided to get off my ass and provide you all with some lovely discount codes from DriveThruStuff : Code: JulyDriveThruBlogPod2010 It’s good for 20% off of products from the following publishers: 4 Winds Fantasy Gaming Action RPG Counters ComStar Crafty Games DragonWing Games Erisian Entertainment Generic Universe Publishing Holistic Design Kallisti Press Louis Porter Jr. Design Magnum Opus …

PDF to Print: Economically

A while back I posted about my collection of RPG pdfs and how I’ve started turning them in to books. Here’s how I do it, affordably. Paper Size The majority of games and supplements produced are set up to print on standard Letter-sized paper (8.5″ x 11″). If you’re in Europe (like me), you’ll likely…

Announcing: Bikes and Broomsticks

Bikes and Broomsticks:  A Free RPG If you are one of the 30-40 people who look at my site every day in spite of my seeming inability to update on what psychologists call a fixed schedule of reinforcement, you might have noticed that some small…

The iPad and RPGs: First impressions

My iPad showed up today (the release date here in Europe was May 28th) and I’ve had a couple of hours to play around with it. My first impression?  Awesome. Aside from using it for surfing the net – which is nice but takes a bit getting used to – I tried out a TV show (awesome) and the Marvel Comic reader which is pretty stunning as well. …