Tag Archives: OSR

OSR: Herbalism in LOTFP

By | 16th October 2017

I’m a great believer in taking inspiration for background, systems and just about anything really from pretty much anywhere I can get my hands on it, whether we’re talking about writing fiction or preparing RPG sessions. Recently I acquired a copy the Maelstrom RPG, published in it’s current version by Arion Games. I purchase it mainly because… Read More »

Rose of Westhaven: Session One Write-up

By | 10th October 2017

Date: Primaday, 9th of Moon Month. 1490 AU A few nights after a terrible storm has lashed the nearby coastline, four people–wearing wet weather gear–arrive at the foot of the ancient lighthouse known as the Beacon, situated a couple of miles to the west of Porthcrawl village: Edwin Locke: a man who has recently returned from fighting… Read More »

Sliding Towards Simplicity

By | 16th April 2017

Disclaimer: When I’m talking about crunchy, rules-heavy or simulationist games in this post, I’m not implying they’re bad–hell, play what you want–but they’re just not for me. As you might gather from the disclaimer above, I’ve never really been a fan of simulationist games or ones that have vast tomes of increasing complex rules, TBH I’m… Read More »