In this RPG Rambles video I ask what films, books, etc you go back to time and again as inspiration for your roleplaying sessions and campaigns?
Monte Cook games were kind enough to send me an advanced PDF of their forthcoming Numenera supplement, you can see my review of it by clicking on the link below:
In this video I review Archetype an RPG by James Terbrack:
In this video I ask people what three things they look for in a RP system.
As those of you who read my blog will be aware I am currently preparing for a fantasy-Fate I am planning to start in a couple of weeks that will take place in a setting (very) loosely inspired by the Carribean in the 18th Century. Up until recently I was writing the rules for the… Read More »
At the UK Games Expo 2016 I ran a one-shot game using the Dungeon World system, I set the game in a far corner of my home campaign world of Talamh, which is also the setting for the 3Brothers campaign. It’s my aim to use different games to build and fill in the details of… Read More »
Second session of Fiasco from Bully Pulpit Games, we’d got more of a handle on the rules by this point and the game took much less time to resolve than our previous session:
I’ve recently acquired a copy of the very enjoyable Fiasco RPG from Bully Pulpit Games, unlike most traditional RPGs it doesn’t require a single gamesmaster and is more akin to a group storytelling game where you all create the elements of the story and then the scenes that take place in it. I recorded the audio… Read More »
Making it back to Battlebridge, Avaestar, Watoomb and their new colleague Xan are re-united with Drax and investigate the odd case of a man who appears to have been poisoned by a giant snake; Xan and Drax believe it may be connected to the man who attempted to break into Drax’ room at the Common… Read More »