Good Kickstarter: Leagues of Cthulhu [ Triple Ace Games ]

By | 25th January 2018

To kick off my posts about Kickstarters (both good and bad) that I’ve been involved in, I decided to start on a positive note with Triple Ace Games Kickstarter for their Ubiquity powered Leagues of Cthulhu game; this is a sort of spin-off of their Leagues of Adventure and Leagues of Gothic Horror books that… Read More »

Good Kickstarter/Bad Kickstarter

By | 25th January 2018

Kickstarter is a great thing, there can be no doubt about that. Many games and RPG products that might never have make the leap to published, finished article if it weren’t for the funding provided by backers via the site. However there is a darker side to backing products on the site, for every person… Read More »

How like the Midderlands is Rose of Westhaven?

By | 23rd January 2018

As I’ve mentioned in my main campaign page, our Rose of Westhaven campaign is heavily influenced by Monkey Blood Design’s Midderlands OSR campaign setting and bestiary, I wanted to jot down some notes about how far that inspiration goes. Campaign Genesis The Rose of Westhaven first started germinating as a campaign idea after I picked… Read More »

Want to make campaign creation easier? Make like Doctor Frankenstein

By | 19th January 2018

JosIn-case anyone is planning to point it out, I’m aware that the featured image for this post in Frankenstein’s monster rather than Frankenstein himself 😉 Any of us who’ve created and ran a campaign world–whatever the game may be–you know that it can be an awful lot of work. Not only are you having to… Read More »

A few things I’ve learnt about LOTFP low-level dungeon crawling

By | 17th January 2018

As you may or may not be aware, I’m currently running a Lamentations of the Flame Princess campaign called Rose of Westhaven, the aim of the campaign was to get me some more experience at running OSR and also to do a game where old-school dungeon-crawling was a big part of it. Currently we’ve had… Read More »

Alas for the Awful Sea: Session Notes

By | 16th January 2018

On Saturday 13th January I ran a one-shot of Alas for the Awful Sea, a Powered by the Apocalypse game from Storybrewers Roleplaying. The game focuses on the strife and struggle for survival in 19th century coastal towns. If you’re interested in watching the actual-play video you can find it here: One of the things that… Read More »

More one-shots for 2018

By | 11th January 2018

I generally don’t go in for New Year’s resolutions very much, in my opinion most of them get broken shortly afterwards so I’ve never really seen the point in enshrining them as a resolution, if you’re going to do something then just do it. That said there are a few things–gaming wise–that I would like… Read More »