Last night I ran a game of Dresden Files Accelerated for five great players, it was a one-shot and–to put a bit of a twist on it–I’d decided to set the game in the wild west rather than the more traditional modern setting of the game. Looking for an iconic town I settled on Tombstone,… Read More »
Dead in the West: A Tabletop RPG set in the Mythic Old West I received an email via the website from Will Donelson author of Dead in the West, currently seeking funding on Kickstarter. Will writes: Thanks for bringing the project to my attention Will, always happy to give a shout-out to interesting new games.… Read More »
One of the aspects of the roleplaying that I really enjoy is producing campaign wikis/blogs, etc that provide more of an insight into currently running games and campaign worlds, it lets me keep my writing-hand in, keeps up my enthusiasm between games and also helps refresh my (unfortunately poor) memory concerning the salient details of… Read More »
For those of you who aren’t aware, myself and Lloyd Gyan have been working for some time on creating a Storm and Sail campaign book for the Fate RPG, this spun-off a campaign that I kludged together using the Fate Accelerated rules and a few ideas that I had, you can find the videos for that… Read More »
Or “why are so many people unwilling to play anything but D&D”? I’ve just been reading a post on one of the online Facebook roleplaying groups that I’m a part of, where someone asked what seems like a fairly simple question: “What are the reasons that so many people are unwilling to play anything… Read More »
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 »
I review the latest Jade Punk supplement from Re-Roll Productions, written by Jacob Possin it deals with the mysterious, and long believed mythical, black jade.
We start preparing for Thashif’s forthcoming Dresden Files game, and I get confused about some of the difference between DF version of Fate and Fate Core (I blame tiredness):