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The Genius Guide to the Godling Ascendant released

The Genius Guide to the Godling Ascendant is a new sourcebook from Super Genius Games to the Pathfinder RPG. Continuing the path started in The Genius Guide to the Godling and in The Genius Guide to Mystic Godlings, now we get even more ways to include the descendants of the gods in our campaigns.   Godlings, introduced into… Read More »

Robotech New Generation Sourcebook, close to release !

At the end of this November, Palladium Book releases it’s new Robotech New Generation Sourcebook, written by Irvin Jackson. This book opens up a great deal of possibilities for any gaming group, hand has the most extensive setting in Robotech’s history. The Release day is November 28 ! It’s definitely good news for Robotech players around the world,… Read More »

Triune Corebook (Gamemaster’s Edition) Review

In the interest of full disclosure, this review is based on a review copy of the .pdf provided by the publisher. Triune is a sci-fi RPG from small press publisher Happy Bishop Games.  The game is set in the far future, after humanity has accidentally opened a hole to dimensions claiming to be Heaven and Hell.  After getting dragged into Heaven …

Some minor changes to the blog.

In short: the campaign logs will continue in another blog titled Noppakoura, which is a blog about roleplaying games in Finnish. The reason why I’m doing this is because I want to serve such content that the majority of my readers want to read. In this blog, the majority of readers enjoy all sorts of

Threads of Sanity #8

“Your masters are dead!” Sharim yelled with booming voice and Rhadec kicked the carcass of Alabus to the courtyard. “Leave or die!” and the drow didn’t had to command twice. They fled. Alabus was dead, but Jeiram had escaped. The dwarven fortress was once again regained, but there were still many questions to be answered.

Lords of Tarsa Review

The year is 1092 in the Age of Itania. King Girart of Mirensa, villified as the killer of children, schemes to bring the Nine Kingdoms under his crown while Safiro of Tivonna engages magi and spies to thwart Girart’s ambition. Mad King Bertrant of Ossirenza bears the burden to defend the lands of Men against

Threads of Sanity #7

“Come now lads…” Elbor prompted others. Old age and the lack of other hand did not slow him down or at least the old dwarf made efforts that it would not show. He was getting old and he felt it in his bones. There were things to be dealt with, and helping Sharim, Jonas and

Threads of Sanity #6

Our Forgotten Realms campaign continues again, switching back from 4th edition to 3.5. Dungeons and Dragons. This has fastened the pace of gaming considerably (especially the fights) and has given, at least the casters, a lot more room to tinker with. Everybody in our group has been pleased to the change. The eyes of the

Fan Art Drawings.

I read a lot of books, play too much games and watch too many movies during the weeks. Well not too much, but enough still to influence what I draw and what not (Star Wars, Enslaved – Odyssey to the West, Captain Qwark, The Heroes). . Recently I’ve had time to practise drawing with the

Geekpaper No. 4

Brandon Sanderson’s The Way of Kings inspired me to create another wallpaper. I don’t know why, but Sanderson’s style of writing always makes me think of a cartoon. Awesome cartoon that is… Somehow, I like this drawing more than I like my other works. Anyway, here is another wallpaper made for you and it is

Threads of Sanity #5 & 6

This time our session recap considers two sessions because two previous session have been short and we held the sessions over the net with Irc + Cacoo + Mumble combo. Those tools worked surprisingly well and made the handling of the combats a lot easier. Plus we noticed that it is easier to arrange time

Threads of Sanity #5

This time our session recap considers two sessions because two previous session have been short and we held the sessions over the net with Irc + Cacoo + Mumble combo. Those tools worked surprisingly well and made the handling of the combats a lot easier. Plus we noticed that it is easier to arrange time

Gauntlgrym Review

Haven’t read a book from R. A. Salvatore for a while, but wouldn’t spare some time to get back together with friends of old: Drizzt and Bruenor (Especially if you got the book as gift from your wife). It was time to return to Forgotten Realms with R.A Salvatores Gauntlgrym: A first book in new

Geekpaper No. 3

Here is another rpg-related wallpaper I’ve made while learning to draw shadows and highlights. The original purpose of this image was only to test how the highlights work in the eyes and skin but.. the outcome is not always what to expect. Since this one is also related to rpgs, I finished it as a

Geekpaper No. 2

Few days ago I started posting wallpapers (related to rpg) that I’ve made for my personal use. Now it is time to share another one. I started this one with the intention of creating a mech of sort since I like mechs and such stuff. The outcome was however.. something different and other opinions also

Geekpaper No. 1

Desktop wallpapers are constantly changed, it is a known fact. Spicing our desktop may inspire us or maybe we just want to have our desktops fresh. I don’t know about you, but when I’m choosing desktop wallpaper, it can take a good while. So I finally managed to buy a tablet to support my designing/drawing

Threads of Sanity #4

You can see the previous posts through this link. Here is the session recap of the fourth session. Deals were made and our heroes, and their new friend Barthus, head back to the cavern to close the shadow crossing that had been causing troubles in the village Tameron at the outskirts of lake Calenhad. After

Threads of Sanity #4

You can see the previous posts through this link. Here is the session recap of the fourth session. Deals were made and our heroes, and their new friend Barthus, head back to the cavern to close the shadow crossing that had been causing troubles in the village Tameron at the outskirts of lake Calenhad. After

Gaming with Kids: From D&D to Fiasco

It’s official, 4E D&D is a dead at the after-school gaming club. At the moment the students are really grooving on playing Fiasco – we’ve played three weeks in a row and I’ve had new kids showing up wanting to play, or just watch, based on word of mouth. That’s really odd (and cool) to me since having run the …

Threads of Sanity #3

Sorry for the late post. I’ve been really busy with lots of design work and the life itself seems suddenly be full of action. This was our third gaming session of Threads of Sanity campaign. You can see the previous posts through this link. Here is the session recap for the third session. Our heroes