English Only | All Blogs | Compact view | Full View
25 | 50 | 100

GM's Challenge: Use Only One Book

One of my players was recently bemoaning his other game. In that game, the GM spent a lot of time flipping through multiple rulebooks looking for “the answers.” Meanwhile, my friend and the other players sat there not adventuring. One way to avoid this is to limit your options to just a few core rulebooks. The purpose of this column is to examine whether we can pare that number of rulebooks down to one.


Just One.

This may sound very limiting, but there are some good reasons to consider it. One book is easy on the wallet, and you can try out [...]

God of Social Justice War

Though God of War is billed as a "third person action-adventure game", it can be better described as a culturally appropriated, misogynistic toxic male power fantasy: Kratos, a very muscular, very abled, whiter-than-white man slaughters hordes of monsters in hopes of being able to just write off the unforgivable crime of killing his own wife.

The start of the game has Kratos fighting across numerous wrecked ships, and right off the bat the game shows its true colors in a not-so-subtle way. Ships are often referred to as she, so by depicting all of the ships damaged beyond repair the game's [...]

Background Information on Autoscaling Magic Items

Yesterday Istarteddiscussing the idea of magic items that automatically scale with wielder level.

I’d like to explore the idea a bit further and how it might be implemented. To start, I’ll look at some existing approaches to this idea.

Prior Art

This is not a new idea.I can think of at least three implementations in thethird edition and later era.

  • First were ‘legendary weapons’, initially floated by Green Roninand later incorporated inUnearthed Arcanafrom Wizards of the Coast.
  • InWeapons of Legacyfrom Wizards of the Coast there were ‘legacy weapons’.
  • Purple Duck Games has a series on legendary items that includes weapons, armor, and wondrous items.

Each model the [...]

A is Atoma

This year's A Through Z April here at once again focuses on obscure public domain characters. We're going even more obscure this year, as we (well, probably mostly me, Steve Miller) will be giving NUELOW bios and ROLF!: The Rollplaying Game stats for sidekicks, love interests, and Frienemies of the characters we either described last year or are considering producing collections for in the future. First up...

ATOMA (first appearance Joe Palooka #15, 1947)
Atoma was a historian and rebel from the 25th century. She spent her childhood under the oppressive regime of the Mighty Chief, studying the ancient history of the United [...]

A to Z: B is for Bard

Here is the next installment of my A to Z of How I Stopped Worrying and Love Dungeons and Dagons!

While my first DnD (ADnD Second Edition) character was a fighter named Garamond, I think I only played him one session.

This is the story of my first REAL character which I played  in Todd's Spelljammer/Ravenloft game.  I made a Bard, mostly because my stats weren't great, and in 2E it was a good way to use weapons and cast arcane (wizard) spells with the benefit of thief skills, to boot.  You were essentially, a jack of all [...]

MetAnon Int21 -- Erik Mona / Paizo Publishing

In the twenty-firstepisode of our interview series, Erik sits down over Skype with Erik Mona from Paizo Publishingto talk Pathfinder, gaming, comics, and more! Erik discusses the history of the company, shares a few fun stories and personal insights, and even highlights a few of Paizo’s upcoming products. Skype was particularly unfriendly to us this time around, but wethink you’ll find the content well worth jumping in head first.

Metagamers Anonymousis a weekly podcast dedicated to tabletop roleplaying games and (mostly) related material. Feel free to post any comments or questions to our forum, or drop us a line atfeedback@prismatictsunami.com.

Links from [...]


Deiter discovered Leoncour's Armor and Wyrmsorrow.

Day 2 B is for Boats

B – Boats/docks Further related to water are boats and docks. If a stream or river goes through a town, there will be traffic of some kind if they are navigable. Traffic that will either use the water for a road, or traffic over the water via a bridge, causeway, or ford. Larger bodies of […]

Stories of the Fifth Age, Ep. 03 "Personality & Background"

Personality, Ideals, Bonds, and Flaws. Sure, they add flavor to your character and make them seem less like a flat and uninteresting sheet of paper with some numbers on it, but, unless you put some work into it and think about how things connect and what hooks you make available, it will never be more than that.

Fortunately, Adam and Jared have some thoughts on it for you.

iTunes Link: http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/mad-adventurers-society-stories/id975976558

You can email the show with your comments and suggestions.

And follow the show on Twitter.

RSS Feed Address: http://feeds.feedburner.com/TheFifthAge

Direct Download: http://archive.org/download/FifthAge03/FifthAge_03.mp3


Mother's Care Home for Invalids

Hopes Hollow
The Jilted Bride To BeThe Bride: +1 glamered chain shirt(3,950 gp), +1 longbow with 20 (broken) arrows (2,375 gp), masterwork rapier (320 gp), silver dagger (322 gp), circlet of persuasion (4,500), cloak of resistance +1 (1,000), and the haunted wedding band +1 ring of protection (2,000 gp.). Coins totaling 20 gp.
Vagabond: Masterwork chain shirt (250 gp), buckler (5 gp), battleaxe (10 gp), dagger (2 gp), masterwork composite longbow (+1 Str) with 20 (broken) arrows (500 gp). Coins totaling 10 gp
Pilgrim: Potions of cure light wounds, neutralize poison, remove blindness/deafness, remove disease, and sanctuary. Coins totaling 5 gp  Other Gear padded armor, spear, healer's kit, wooden holy symbol, vial of holy water. ALL RUINED and WORTHLESS
Dr. Tiffan vials of acid (2), alchemist's fire (2), greenblood oil (2 doses), tanglefoot bags (2); Other Gear +1 banded mail, +1 heavy flail, masterwork whip, masterwork torturer's tools (+5 competence bonus on Profession [torturer] checks), (2) masterwork kuris.  Coins totaling 55 gp
Hope's HollowDern's strong box (Disable Device DC 25) hidden under the Mayoral House: a wand of lesser restoration (17 charges); a scroll of blessing of fervor; a scroll of consecrate; and Dern's longtime companion, the intelligent scimitar [...]

Games & Gears Ichiban Studios Pro Line Brushes - 9 Months Later

Last year, I participated in the Games & Gears Kickstarter and began to use their Ichiban Studio Pro Line Brushes I got from it almost exclusively.  You can read my initial thoughts about them HERE.  Many readers have read that blog post and a couple indicated an interest on seeing an 'update' after extended use of the brushes.  I thought it was a great idea but I also wanted to wait till I received some of my other goods from that Kickstarter and I didn't want to rush it either.

Admittedly, it took a bit longer than I thought [...]

Daily Punch 3-31-14 Stunning Blow feat for DnD 5e

How about being able to ring someones bell in DnD 5e?

Bell Ringer

You have a mighty swing when you put your back into it. Gain the following:

  • Increase your strength or dexterity by 1 to a maximum of 20.
  • When you make a melee attack, you may take a -5 penalty on the roll. If you do take a penalty and you hit the target, the target must make a Constitution saving throw with the DC equal to 8 + you strength or dexterity bonus plus your proficiency bonus or be stunned for one round.


Unearthed Update: Enemy Placement Pre-Production

It has been a while, but I finally have a game update for all of you. I have just finished the arduous process of mapping out enemy encounter groups, and map placement groups. Exciting to talk about, but boring to look at (see below).


Yep, that is definitely a table full of entries. 264 encounter groups and 104 placement groupings to be exact. It took a lot longer than I thought it would. o__o

What does this bit of progress mean? First off, I can finallystart entering these lovely numbers and names into the actual game. That is a boring but long [...]

AFMBE Deadworld: The Moon Forest of the Dead

Opening Fiction Khoroo Base 7 entered radio silence three days ago for unknown reasons. Major Kidara waited 24 hours for the base to re-establish contact. After the 24 hours passed, he assigned a team of space warriors to investigate. Taking one of the only working air ships, Rouran Unit 23 set out to help Khoroo Base 7's radio situation. They packed parts and brought along several members of the Division of Mechanics to fix the problem.
As the air ship neared Khoroo Base 7, the left airfoil locked up and sent the air ship spilling to the ground. The nose [...]

Numenera - Pulse - Session 5

Cold Bath
Our story-arc for Pulse came to a close last night as our brave band of Numenera hunters discovered the source of the strange blood and fluids.  

  • Chase Rombek or Raa-em, a Mystical Nano who Sees Beyond or a Mad Nano who Wields Power with Precision, played by Frank
  • Jak, a Mutant Glaive who Constantly Evolves, played by Craig
  • Glyquorg, an Exiled Jack who Controls Animals, played by Andy
  • Ralyx, Mlox Jack who Throws with Deadly Accuracy, played by Marc
  • Takkorek, Slaker Nano who Entertains, played by Jeremy
  • Garren, Varjellen Glaive who Studies Anatomy, played by Andreas

Non-Player Characters of Note
  • None this evening

With Garren kidnapped, the brave party of ex-bounty hunters and numenera seekers examined the long artery that lay before them.  It was a thirty foot long, floppy structure, easily five feet wide. [...]

[Cryptworld] New Thing: Cut-Up

A Killer Clown forCryptworld CUT-UP STR: 3 (45) --- WPR: 5 (75) DEX: 5 (75)--- PER: 3 (45) AGL: 5 (70)--- PCN: 3 (45) STA: 3 (45)--- PWR: 70 ATT: 2/58% --- WND:12 MV: L 75 Experience: 1,000 The Cut-Up is a form of Psycho Killer (CW rulebook, page 66) who dresses like and takes on the persona of a typical circus clown. They can appear as a circus clown, jester, joker, harlequin, mime, or

Princes of the Apocalypse - The Believers

In our store, three of the four D&D Encounters groups are still playing through the Tyranny of Dragons adventures. Mine is the only table playing Elemental Evil. I am noticing that seems to be the case in other stores too - most people haven't jumped into the new storyline.

I bought the actual Princes of the Apocalypse adventure tonight. I'll try to have a review of it up by tomorrow. It is loaded with art (which is good) and seems to be packed with dungeons/adventure scenarios (also good, imo).

Tonight, my plan was to get my group through [...]

Possible to Develop "Road Rage" Treatment Through RPG?

Today my vehicle was nearly hit by an aggressive driver, who then proceeded to cut off 6 others, nearly clipping 2 of them as well, it was only our defensive driving that kept him from hitting our vehicles. 

The incident today has triggered my wondering if it is possible to develop any forms of RPG that could help people with aggressive / "road rage" style driving to help them learn more effective means of coping with stress either in their daily lives, or on the road, rather than putting their fellow drivers on the road at risk? At the very least can it educate them to have a better understanding of basic physics, basic driving courtesy, and basic consideration for other people (fellow drivers)?

I imagine a number of anger management and/or compassion-building programs would probably help with some types of road rage aggressive drivers, but what about building awareness of just [...]

A to Z: Advanced Dungeons & Dragons

Follow me as I show you the A to Z of How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Dungeons and Dragons!

Growing up in the late 70's and early 80's, the two Role Playing Games that caught my eye were from comic books and both were published by TSR:  Advanced Dungeons and Dragons and Marvel Super Heroes Advanced.

I was intrigued with both, but didn't think I could play either of them because I wasn't "advanced" and didn't know where to start.

This was kind of poor marketing, now that I think about it.

I [...]

Five inspirational songs for writing

The following list was compiled by looking at my playlist for songs I found put me in the mood for writing. Oddly enough many of these songs are not my favorites by these bands.

To make the list, a song had to be on my playlist for at least one year, had to be a song I look forward to, and it has to evoke something that sparks my imagination.

There are many great songs but I had to limit myself to five. Its a lot harder than it seems.

Genesis The cinema show It might be possible to [...]

The Fifth Edition Cover Inspirations

While thumbing through my G+ feed, I came across a post by Grand DM that pointed out there is a striking similarity between the 1980 Moldvay Basic D&D Cover and the full image for the new 5e Starter Set.

I never noticed the resemblance before, which is odd, because I do remember thinking the cropped box cover image looked a bit like the Frank Mentzer Basic D&D cover.

Kind of cool to fit in two inspirations into one. So then I got to looking at the other covers to see if [...]

unpossiblelabs: Four more makes 44 games to discover at Learn...


Four more makes 44 games to discover at Learn Tabletop RPGs.


Enter the (CG) Dragon

As a major fan of Kung fu films in general and Donnie Yen in particular, I was happy to hear about the recent announcement of Ip Man 3 from The Hollywood Reporter. It seems there have been so many films made about the legendary master lately they could practically be a separate genre. As important as he was in popularizing Wing Chun and Chinese martial arts it's not surprising that his life would be fertile ground for movies of this type. Even if the details have begun to blur into myth. Regardless, the Donnie Yen films stand out as superior examples of skill and choreography. Yen is a gifted martial artist and it shows.

I am also excited to learn that Mike Tyson has been cast in a prominent role. According to THR he will play "a property developer who is also a street fighting boxer". Admittedly he is an odd choice for this kind of film, but I think that Iron Mike has amazing screen potential and in the right hands this could be something classic. I can't wait to see the Donnie Yen vs Street Fighter II's Balrog fight that I have always dreamed about.

But if Mike Tyson sounds like an odd choice, than this next one is downright weird:

Computer Generated Bruce Lee.

First featured as a young man at the end of the second film, Bruce will finally make an appearance in an Ip Man movie as the recognizable icon we remember. And apparently that iconic image is harder to recreate than it looks. According to the announcement Pegasus Motion Pictures will use computer graphics to portray the legend after failing to find an actor capable of Lee's intensity.

While I agree that Bruce Lee is impossible to duplicate, and casting him is a daunting task, I cannot imagine that [...]

Monster Monday-Yellow Dragon

The storm was rolling in fast. The wind had been out of the east ahead of it for 6 hours without a break, and growing stronger and stronger. The odd bit was that the storm had moved out to sea the day before and had turned around suddenly in the morning. It had lightninged itself out on the first pass, and they’d had a piece of work putting the fires out.

Now it was coming back, the adventurers knew something was afoot. They jumped aboard their flying ship and went out to meet the storm. They hoped this [...]

Riddle-masters: Whem and Wisslow. (Weekly Dinner-Theater at the Blackrock Feasthall)

What can run but never walks, has a mouth but never talks, has a bed but never sleeps, has a head but never weeps?
No sooner spoken than broken. What is it?
I occur once in a minute, twice in every moment, but not once in a hundred thousand years. What am I?
Feed me and I live. Give me a drink and I die. What am I?
I pass before the sun, yet make no shadow. What am I?
Bonus xp for each riddle solved. 

Reminder - Tavern Chat 830-10PM Eastern - Tonight

Be there or be not, and be not is not an option - or something ;)

Seriously, stop by if you can. We always have a fun time.

Talking with Brenna Roth


Sitting down to talk with the lovely BrennaRoth was a delight. She is a down to Earth, typical Midwest girl who has not let a famous father or the film industry define who she is. Sheworked as a model throughout the nineties and then plunged into the“B” movie scene. Her appearances in Killer Biker Chicks, Hill Billie Bob, and Heavy Mental demonstrated a true skill for acting that I hope to see explored in future projects. Though the majority of her work has been inlow budget films,Brenna performs with the kind of passion one would expect from a more well known Hollywood Celebrity and herprojects have earned her a cult following. Brenna tells us a little about her projects;

Killer Biker Chicks gives us exactly what the title implies. Can you give us some insight into your character Vi?

Wow, it's so crazy to think that people still talk about this movie. I think we filmed that in 2007. I feel like that was one of those movies that I didn't really have to "act" much on. In my real life at that point, I was with a boyfriend who wasn't the nicest person and would just drink a LOT. So, when Regan (director) asked me to read the script and see if I liked the role of Vi, I said yes right away. Between my real life experiences and the heat of the Nevada desert, it wasn't hard to be sad, or angry, or mad. Those emotions came easier at that time in my life. If I had to do that now, I would have to work much more. Hillbilly Bob was hilarious. I actually fell out of my chair laughing at a viewing of the film. Was it as fun filming as it looked? Ha! First of all, I am happy you [...]

No Joke - Podcast Needs a Wordpress Designer

I know it's April Fool's Day. Heck, I've been pranked already, thank you +Jason Paul McCartan :)

Sometimes things run their course. Sometimes they need a fresh coat of paint. Much like the new blog header (and future headers) here at The Tavern, change keeps things fresh.

So, I need someone that has leet Wordpress design skills for a project that is podcast related.

Hit me up at tenkarsDOTtavern at that Gmail thing and I'll give you the skinny. And no, The Tavern is here to stay. Don't believe the Badger unless I tell you it's okay ;)

Hitting our stride: new site update!

If you've been following our progress, you'll know that we've been quietly working since launch to squash bugs, implement improvements, add parts, and get the framework in place so that future updates can be easier (and as a result, more frequent). As a result, we're happy to announce the release of a new site update. Today marks the first in a series of monthly updates in which we'll be building our library of parts and features. This month's update is an accumulation of what we've been working on since launch, and includes over three dozen new parts, several visual improvements, and [...]

Swords & Wizardry Appreciation Day 2015

Good day, good people (and lawful & chaotic ones too.)

It has been some time since we have had a Swords & Wizardry Appreciation Day.  It's high time that it happens again!  It is not secret that I love S&W (the amount of time that I spend working on Goldenrod should be an indication.)  I think that S&W Appreciation Day should be an annual event.  Therefore, I have spoken with +Matt Finch and +Erik Tenkar (who has no intention of nearly killing himself organizing this again) and taken on the privilege (burden?) of hosting S&W App. I will be hosting a [...]

Art -- No Country for Old Kobolds

This piece was created to be the cover of a Dungeon World hack focused on Kobolds.

The rest of this guy’s stuff is just as awesome. Check it out:http://mrockefeller.tumblr.com/

Not dead, just busy

Sorry I haven't been posting much. I had two projects with serious deadlines (now down to just one) and one long-term project. Between those, and Blue Collar Prepping, my time is mostly gone.

Speaking of BCP, check out today's post for some prepper-style April Foolery.

Face Off

I've been watching the practical special FX tv show on the Syfy channel from the beginning, back when they still called themselves Sci-Fi.  Since I love older science fiction, horror, and fantasy movies and tv shows that used those sort of non-CGI effects, it's always been a pleasure to see.

Last night was no different.  Although, there was one concept that totally blew me away.*  It spoke to me in that creepy voice you only hear in a nightmare.  While Adam wasn't able to fully realize his vision, that concept drawing was everything I love.  Ironically, that makeup [...]

Announcing an even Gothier Version of the World of Darkness---Now with More Historical Angst!

Today on Fish Fool's, Onyx Path Publishing is thrilled to announce an exciting change. Inspired by the success of the Dark Eras Kickstarter, the company has decided to overhaul every classic and new World of Darkness game in their catalog and will transport the entire line back to the nineteenth century, during the height of Gothic literature's popularity, to add Historical Angst!

"I was so impressed with the enthusiasm we got from fans, I turned to our developers after the Kickstarter was over and asked them if we should skip the modern day crap and focus on a more intriguing period [...]

Abernathy's Crossing


The sleepy burg of Abernathy's Crossing sits some distance south of the lake, yet it is no river-ford.  In fact, the eponymous "crossing" refers not to a physical crossing, but a metaphysical one.

Retired artillery captain Woolbert Abernathy, in his later years, "got religion" and gathered around himself quite a fervent following.  Abernathy was less a priest and more a spiritualist - he claimed to be able to see ghosts, talk to his followers' deceased relatives, and so forth.  He made a small fortune from followers and clients, and founded a village out on [...]

Weird Wednesday (Duty in Drak'kal): Undying Dino

Undying Dino CR 3 XP 800 Persistent NE haunt (10-ft-radius circle in the basement of the Drunken Bear tavern) Caster Level 3rd Notice Perception DC 19 (to hear the beast's rasp) hp 13; Trigger proximity; Reset 1 day Effect When this haunt is triggered, the undying dino erupts from the aether, slashing out at […]

The post Weird Wednesday (Duty in Drak’kal): Undying Dino appeared first on Adventureaweek.com.

Skin Game

Very belatedly, I finished reading Jim Butcher's Skin Game last night; the 15th and most recent entry in the Dresden Files series, of which I've long been a pretty big fan.  It's unusual for me to be so late in reading an entry in this series (coming up on nearly a year since it was first released) and it's unusual in that I read it very slowly; actually, I had been only about half way through it for the better part of four weeks when I got stuck in a repair shop waiting on new tires, a front end alignment, and [...]

Let's Play a Game: Competing Adventuring Parties

Not an April Fools’ thing.

(First round of recruitment is open, and ends April 7th. Leave a comment with your choice of divine patron to indicate your interest in joining the game.)

(A more thorough rules document will be forthcoming.)

I’ve been thinking off and on about how I could create something more — interactive — on my blog. Several ideas collided in my head this morning.

First I thought of a cooperative dungeon crawl with “adopted” PCs so players could drop in and out at will. That seemed fine until I realized it’d be easy to muck up, and how I might [...]

Pallas 1: Landing

The approach to the Mun has been set up, so it’s just final adjustments to the Munar orbit, and then actually landing.

Find the full playlist here!

NUELOW Games titles are on sale at the usual outlets!

In observation of April Fools Day, all NUELOW Games releases are on sale at the usual outlets. Now is the perfect day to get that book or game supplement you've been on the fence about.

At RPGNow -- all of our listings are on sale!
Just one of the titles that are available!
At Wargame Vault -- all of our listings are on sale!
Just one of the titles that are available!
At DriveThru Comics -- all of our listings are on sale!
Just one of the titles that are available!

At DriveThru Fiction -- all of our [...]

April 1st -- The Silly Season

With the 1st of April once more upon us I had to find out what the latest practical jokes were being offered to the internet. It seems that the rapid expansion of the world wide web has led to April 1st being used as a media circus to promote things that sound plausible enough to […]

Altacia, City of the Dogmen (A to Z Challenge, A)


The Dogfolk did not appear in the ruins of the city of Altacia, once the stronghold of the Warrior’s cult before the Sundering, until a generation after the gods were cast down. What caused the spontaneous uplifting of the packs of wolves and wild dogs who prowled the ruins is unknown but since then, the city and surrounding area have been restored and the Dogfolk have thrived and expanded throughout the local region.

The city itself is a mixture of restored ancient buildings, surrounded by a belt of newer building that are often in the process of being rebuilt (though sometimes [...]

April A-Z Challenge, the preemptive version, or, phoning it in this month.

OK, so I've never quite done things in the right order, or with the cool kids, or whatever.

So when +Jim Magnusson suggested an A to Z dungeon project back in February, I said to myself, "Why not?"

So without any real planning or intent, I gamely hammered out my 26 entries - rooms, critters, magic items, and NPCs in, roughly, a month. I don't recommend this methodology.

So here they are, for anyone who happens upon this page...and wants to save the effort of waiting for the next 30 days to see how it all pans out...

RPG Tag | R4I

Time to kick of a tag video with a bunch of RPG related questions. I can’t wait to hear you’re replies!

Here are the questions:
1. What was the first system you played?
2. First character
3. Favorite system
4. Favorite character you’ve played (PC for player or NPC for GM)
5. Least favorite character you’ve played (PC for player or NPC for GM)
6. Favorite world
7. Favorite Die (Specific die or type)
8. Miniatures or theater of the mind
9. Worst critical glitch or failure in game
10. Best/Favorite critical success in game 11. Favorite class/type of character to [...]

March Update | R4I

March is here, time for another update video!

Women & TableTop Gaming

There have been a number of videos discussing how to introduce more women to tabletop gaming. Dawn shares her thoughts on the matter.

Music -- Amon Duul II, Toxicological Whispering

DEX Bonus Maxima for Armor?

I've seen stuff like this before, with men in full harness climbing stairs and doing some basic gymnastics.

It does make me think that the DEX penalties for wearing certain types of armor, especially very, very expensive and tailored plate harness, are overstated.

I wonder if, instead of a maximum DEX bonus for Medium armor and no DEX bonus for Heavy armor, if instead you just took a DEX penalty for wearing it, perhaps equal to the equivalent bonus you'd get from having the minimum STR needed to wear the armor (round up if you must).

So full plate, with its STR 15 requirement, would simply be -3 to DEX, or if you want, negate up to +3 in DEX boost). So your DEX 18 or DEX 20 warrior might still get a boost for being jumpy like a ferret on meth.*

This would, of course, muck about somewhat with Bounded Accuracy. A STR 15, DEX 20 guy with plate and shield would then have AC 22 instead of 20, and with magical armor and/or shields, that could potentially get pretty high.

Not sure I'd mod the game, but I saw the first video and thought (as I often do) that the notion of how limiting properly fitted armor is really could use with more dispelling.

Not that some armors aren't limiting. But good ones that you pay a fortune for? Probably not.

*Gaming Ballistic does not endorse or condone feeding [...]

Another Lankhmar Update: Don't Forget Savage Worlds LANKHMAR!

Earlier this week, I shared my excitement that Goodman Games had acquired a license to release adventures that take place in Fritz Leiber's classic Lankhmar/Nehwon setting. Toward the end of the post, I mentioned that Pinnacle Entertainment Group's Savage Worlds role playing game was the only other game that I thought had the potential to capture the Sword & Sorcery feel of the setting. When I wrote that, I knew that Pinnacle was planning to release their own Lankhmar related products, but I did not know when that release would occur.

Now I do. The Savage Worlds setting book [...]

A-Z Challenge - A is for Arockalypse Demon

If you're hear because of Blogging A-Z, welcome! If you're one of my regulars,welcome! If you just stumbled upon this blog randomly, welcome! I'm a welcoming guy. I'm Justin. I'm a geek, gamer, and librarian. This is my gaming blog. All of my posts for this A-Z are going to be related to the Dungeon Crawl Classics Role Playing Game by Goodman Games. Inspired by the music of Finnish heavy metal
English Only | All Blogs | Compact view | Full View
25 | 50 | 100

User Menu
Post Stats
Join Us

Random Post

Help Support RPGBA Donate Now


Follow us on Twitter @RPGBlogAlliance

Random Sites From
RPG Blog