Tag Archives: RPG games

“Spanish, Spanish, Spanish saving throw, Spanish”: Role-Playing in different languages

Recently I had a tweet exchange with Shaun and Michael about which language we role-played in, and Shaun wrote an excellent post about languages in RPG games here in the blog last week. However our exchange made me think about languages on the other side of the equation, or the screen so to speak, the language we speak as we play. I am well aware that role-playing…

“Spanish, Spanish, Spanish saving throw, Spanish”: Role-Playing in different languages

Recently I had a tweet exchange with Shaun and Michael about which language we role-played in, and Shaun wrote an excellent post about languages in RPG games here in the blog last week. However our exchange made me think about languages on the other side of the equation, or the screen so to speak, the language we speak as we play. I am well aware that role-…

Troll Lord Games planning introductory set for Castles & Crusades

The lords of Troll Lord Games, Stephen Chenault and Todd Tripp, are planning to produce an introductory set for Castles and Crusades. This was revealed in Scott Thorne’s column over at ICv2 while he was musing about the benefits of introductory sets in many RPG games of late. Although there isn’t much details on whether the introductory set is confirmed, it was stated in Thorne’s column that…

Inner Sea World Guide: First impressions …

This past Saturday I went down to my FLGS and got my hands on the new Pathfinder RPG campaign setting, the Inner Sea World Guide . Any casual reader of my posts will know I am a homebrewer at heart and that I rarely run pre-published campaigns, but I am not below getting campaigns settings and mining them for ideas, rules or even …

Zot! Zap! Crash! Character Conventions In Pulp (Continued)

A real thompson submaschine gun in a violin case This article is being co-written by Blair Ramage, with whom I co-referee a Pulp Hero campaign. Although it started as a single item, it has grew so substantially that it became necessary to split it into multiple parts. The first part dealt with the relationship of genre to other aspects of a roleplaying game, and furnished a…

Dresden Files RPG: Stress Track Sheets

I made these Stress Track sheets for our Dresden Files RPG games to save wear & tear on the character sheets and thought I’d share them with anyone else who’s interested. They are designed to be printed on A4 card stock & then cut in half to give you two A5 sheets to use. Since I hate to …

Dresden Files RPG: Stress Track Sheets

I made these Stress Track sheets for our Dresden Files RPG games to save wear & tear on the character sheets and thought I’d share them with anyone else who’s interested. They are designed to be printed on A4 card stock & then cut in half to give you two A5 sheets to use. Since I hate to waste paper, I added a back …

Let’s all put our minds together, RPMN Blog Carnival anybody? Social Media and its impact on RPGs!

Tweet Please note that this post first appeared on the Role Play Media Network . If you want to participate in the proposed Blog Carnival please link back to the original post . Thank you! Building off form Michael’s earlier post today, I think that collaborative endeavors like Blog Carnivals are a great way to build a sense of community, start discussions and collaborate in some way despite …

Let’s all put our minds together, RPMN Blog Carnival anybody? Social Media and its impact on RPGs!

Tweet Please note that this post first appeared on the Role Play Media Network . If you want to participate in the proposed Blog Carnival please link back to the original post . Thank you! Building off form Michael’s earlier post today, I think that collaborative endeavors like Blog Carnivals are a great way to build a sense of community, start discussions and collaborate in some way despite …

Designs from the Mind – product development part 1

Tweet So you’ve thought about it for ages, you have this great idea to turn the game world that you have been lovingly creating with your pen and paper group for the past several years and into a product for people to buy, but how do you go about designing an actually package for people? Sound familiar? This was the early and initial thoughts for me as …

Review – Eureka: 501 Adventure Plots to Inspire Game Masters

Today I’m reviewing Eureka: 501 Adventure Plots to Inspire Game Masters , a book produced by the authors of GnomeStew.com. Here’s how the publisher describes their book: Featuring a foreword by gaming industry legend Monte Cook, Eureka contains 501 complete adventure plots usable with almost any roleplaying game, plus GMing advice and tools for making the most of every plot. If you game…

KantCon 2010 – Retrospective

If you’ve spent any time on TC in the last few weeks, then you are probably aware that I spent some time in Kansas City this past weekend. The reason for this trip was KantCon . KantCon is a convention by gamers, for gamers. If you missed Ben’s interview with KantCon founder, Ethan Parker of The Gamer’s Haven , then you can find it here . That interview cover’…

Free Stuff Friday: John Kim’s FREE RPGs ON THE WEB

It’s Friday and it’s time to give you some more free stuff! This weeks Free Stuff is : John Kim’s FREE RPGs ON THE WEB What is this you say? You can download free full versions of Roll Playing Games You say. Yes I say! I have found a ton of them right here at John Kim’s Free RPGs on …