Cthulhu Invictus Review
The 12 G's of Gritty Gaming For D&D 5e
How Dungeon Masters can use aesthetics, settings, and themes for grittier gaming in D&D 5e. Grittier worldbuilding and roleplaying.
Thinking I need another player for my Spelljammer game as we've had a few drop out. Have a look at https://www.tavern-keeper.com/campaign/3934/about if you are interested...
The Ravenloft Remix: Strahd is the Land, but the Land is a Little Lacking
I find it awesome and encouraging to see so many #G+Refugees arriving here.
How to hack Ravenloft to make it more gameable
The Ravenloft Remix: Death to Tragic Backstories
The Ravenloft Remix: Death to Tragic Backstories https://talesofthegrotesqueanddungeonesque.blogspot.com/2018/10/the-ravenloft-remix-death-to-tragic.html
Everything you wanted to know about Delta Green but were afraid to ask
Coping with the Unnatural https://rlyehreviews.blogspot.com/2018/09/coping-with-unnatural.html
@scottmortimer I played MouseGuard once, but the GM was very new, so I knew nothing about these conditions!
I might actually adapt the concept of the emotional conditions to apply to my RPG system if I can figure out how to make it distinct enough.
Thanks for sharing!
Why Mouse Guard Handles Failure Better Than Any Other RPG
I’ve written about Mouse Guard’s qualities before. It’s one of my favorite systems, from its core dice mechanic to its setting and flavor. But some things are better appreciated with a bit of perspective, and ...
Why Mouse Guard Handles Failure Better Than Any Other RPG https://mythcreants.com/blog/why-mouse-guard-handles-failure-better-than-any-other-rpg/
I don’t normally do political posts here, as that’s not the purpose of this account, but if you’re 18 years old or more and a USAian, take a few minutes today to verify that you’re registered to vote &/or take the time to register. Sooner is better, just to make sure you don’t hit deadlines. I’m not telling you how to vote, but please vote this November. Thanks!
Reviews from R'lyeh: Unstrange Things
Published by Bloat Games following a successful Kickstarter campaign, Dark Places & Demogorgons: The Roleplaying Game is a Old School Rennaisence roleplaying game, which as its title suggests and as its tag line—‘In the 1980s STRANGE THINGS happened everywhere!’—suggests is heavily influenced by Stranger Things.
Delta Green Resources
Euclidean Gaming - Delta Green
Ten Scenario Seeds to Make Your Delta Green Game Truly Terrifying: 2018-09-13
Seen recently at the Delta Green Twitter feed, the Delta Green page on Facebook. Ten more scenario seeds to make your Delta Green game truly terrifying. Mummified Human Corpse Filled with Bees, Was…
Another go at explaining what some people think "Old School" means. I like it, not the least because of the great artwork by Evlyn Moreau. I think this is about 90% applicable to the way I run games (even if it only covers 70% of the way I run games, more on that later maybe), and the last two pages which address players are a good start to know how to play in my campaign.
Information Security geek, Old School RPG nerd, and wannabe fiction writer.
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