Continued planning for my current Midderlands Game Anyone who knows me will be aware that I’ve fallen heavily for the OSR side of the Force (it even replacing my once-beloved Fate in my affections). I’m also much enamoured when people talk about how they’ve run D&D for a million-years in the same campaign setting – […]
In the fifth session of our Midderlands campaign, our heroes head into the foul depths of the sewers below Bishopsgate, seeking the lost love of Lieutenant Richard Uffington, but they find more than they bargained for in the fetid deeps. You can watch the edited version on Youtube: Or if you want the uncut version, […]
In this episode of the podcast I get a few things off my chest concerning the recent “controversy” about the LOTFP GenCon catalogue cover image. Please note: I don’t find the image particularly offensive, however, nor am I surprised that some people do, so if you’re expecting me to be lighting any torches or condemning […]
In this episode, Johannes, Dennis, Mathew and myself talk a little about the fantasy roleplaying game The Burning Wheel.
You can get ideas in the most unlikely of places, in this case it was when listen to the Thought Eater podcast, I misheard the host Froth when he said “Pick your OSR clone of choice” and thought he said “Pick your OSR cologne of choice.” I realised my error pretty quickly but–the more I […]
(C&C Version) Since we’ve switched to using Castles & Crusades for our upcoming CSI Midderlands game set in Great Lunden, I wanted to tweak/re-skin some of the default races to better suit the setting (IMO).
The title of this article is intended to be a tongue-in-cheek reference, based around the name of the band Pop Will Eat Itself, I am not seriously suggesting that recent scandals are going to destroy roleplaying or anything needlessly dramatic like that. However, it has been pointed out to me that the humour may not […]
In this latest video I talk briefly about my views on character death and how I handle it:
GEORGIAN MAPS OF LONDON Since writing my Appendix N post discussing a book I’ve been reading concerning the Georgian era (you can read the post here), I’ve also been searching for maps and other interesting things related to the same era on the internet and thought I’d highlight a couple of the more interesting websites […]
In this episode of the podcast I talk about the curios phenomenon of LARP and RP friends: