Adventure Writeup: Rats in the Walls

Sun 27 August 2017 by Daniel Stack from 19th Level

This writeup isn't designed to be a work of fiction, it's primarily an aid to my group to summarize what transpired in our adventure. Based on Jeffrey Talanian's adventure of the same name, which was in turn inspired by HP Lovecraft's short story "The Rats in the Walls".


#RPGaDay 2017 Instrument of Surrender

Sun 20 August 2017 by Daniel Stack from 19th Level

I thought I'd be able to catch up on this year's RPGaDay upon my return from Manhattan but I've come down with a cold that I'm fairly certain is Captain Trips from

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Star Wars D6 Lives

Thu 17 August 2017 by Daniel Stack from 19th Level

I'm not certain if Lamentations of the Flame Princess Weird Fantasy Role Playing Grindhouse Edition is the longest title for an RPG but if it isn't, it's got to be awfully close. (Henceforth I'm going to abbreviate it as LotFP - originally I was going with WFRP ...

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#RPGaDay 2017 Day 10 - Where to go for RPG Reviews

Mon 14 August 2017 by Daniel Stack from 19th Level

I'm not certain if Lamentations of the Flame Princess Weird Fantasy Role Playing Grindhouse Edition is the longest title for an RPG but if it isn't, it's got to be awfully close. (Henceforth I'm going to abbreviate it as LotFP - originally I was going with WFRP ...

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#RPGaDay 2017 Day 11 - Dead Game I'd Like to See Return

Mon 14 August 2017 by Daniel Stack from 19th Level

There is still a Star Wars RPG being published - three actually, by Fantasy Flight Games. I ran a campaign with Edge of the Empire and found it to be a perfectly enjoyable game. But for my money the incarnation I've the fondest memories of is the D6-based RPG put ...

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#RPGaDay 2017 Day 12 - RPG With Most Inspiring Interior Art

Mon 14 August 2017 by Daniel Stack from 19th Level

I'm not certain if Lamentations of the Flame Princess Weird Fantasy Role Playing Grindhouse Edition is the longest title for an RPG but if it isn't, it's got to be awfully close. (Henceforth I'm going to abbreviate it as LotFP - originally I was going with WFRP ...

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#RPGaDay Day 13 - A Game Experience That Changed How I Play

Mon 14 August 2017 by Daniel Stack from 19th Level

For me, possibly the most transformative experience was shifting from a physical to virtual table. It's something we did in stages, but the first stage was probably the most important - a simple webcam connecting us with a player who moved away but wanted to keep gaming.

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#RPGaDay 2017 Day 8 - Best RPG For Quick Sessions

Tue 08 August 2017 by Daniel Stack from 19th Level

I'm not certain if Lamentations of the Flame Princess Weird Fantasy Role Playing Grindhouse Edition is the longest title for an RPG but if it isn't, it's got to be awfully close. (Henceforth I'm going to abbreviate it as LotFP - originally I was going with WFRP ...

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#RPGaDay 2017 Day 9 - Good RPG For Around Ten Sessions

Tue 08 August 2017 by Daniel Stack from 19th Level

I'm not certain if Lamentations of the Flame Princess Weird Fantasy Role Playing Grindhouse Edition is the longest title for an RPG but if it isn't, it's got to be awfully close. (Henceforth I'm going to abbreviate it as LotFP - originally I was going with WFRP ...

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Film Review: The Dark Tower

Mon 07 August 2017 by Daniel Stack from 19th Level

I liked it. I have to be honest, I wasn't expecting to. The reviews and word of mouth for the film adaption of Stephen King's The Dark Tower were not just bad, they were awful. But King' Dark Tower series is one of my favorite reads of all ...

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#RPGaDay Day 7 - Most Impactful Session

Mon 07 August 2017 by Daniel Stack from 19th Level

I'm going to be a little loose with my definition of impactful. I've made some friendships in games that are older than my kids, and that's certainly impactful. Though friendships grow and diminish over time typically.

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