In this RPG Review I take a look at an advanced PDF review copy of The HEero’s Journey 2nd Edition written by James M Spahn. At time of posting this the game is on Kickstarter: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/gallantknightgames/the-heros-journey-2e/description Theme tune is Exotica by Juanitos, used under Public Domain licence.
In the sixth session of the Midderlands campaign, our heroes return to the sewers under Bishopsgate still seeking the lost of love of their comrade Lt. Richard Uffington.
In this RPG review I take a look at a space-fantasy game that purports to have an old-school feel: Title Music Shinigami by XTaKeRuX: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/XTaKeRuX/Empty_Grave/Shinigami Used under creative commons licence: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
In this RPG Review I look at the five books in the B/X Essentials core line: Core Rules Class and Equipment Cleric & Magic-user Spells Monsters Adventures & Treasures The books are written by Gavin Norman of Necrotic Gnome and are available on Drivethru RPG as both PDF and print on demand versions. Title Music […]
In this video review I take a look at the Midderlands Expanded by MonkeyBlood Design.
In my latest Red Dice Diaries youtube review I’m going to be looking at five sets of dice that were kindly sent to me by the Dice Emporium.
One of the unfortunate things about filming video responses for my Youtube channel is that I tend to do them in an off-the-cuff manner, this is great for getting an unscripted and spontaneous feel to the video, however it does mean that on occasions I tend to forget things and only think about them after I’ve […]
In this RPG bugbears video I talk a little about a recent dilemma I’ve been musing on.
I’m pleased to announce that a few days ago our YouTube channel passed the 2000 subscriber mark, I’m pleased that people find the videos I put out entertaining and/or useful enough to subscribe and stick with our channel and blog. To mark the occasion I filmed a combination intro/thank you video for the channel.
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?