Printable Minis are an Underappreciated RPG Resource. #RPGaDay 23, 24, and 25Fri 25 August 2017 by Christian Lindke from Advanced Dungeons and Parenting
Another day, another couple of days missed #RPGaDay and a catch up post.
Day 23 -- Which RPG has the Most Jaw Dropping Layout?
I know that this is going to be a really controversial opinion, especially with how beautiful the new Starfinder book looks and how amazing every book Monte Cook has been putting out lately looks, but in my opinion the D&D Essentials Player's Books had the most jaw
The Marvel SAGA RPG is the Easiest Game in the World to Run and Play! #RPGaDay 22
Image Source Wayne's Books
I love super hero role playing games. There was a time, before the digital explosion, that I could claim that I owned every super hero rpg that had been published. They run the gamut from highly complex games like Champions to abstract and indie games ...read more
Wildlings Does a Lot with Very Little, but Could Do More. #RPGaDay2017 Day 21
Day 20 -- What RPG Does the Most with the Least Words?
I've played a lot of role playing games over the years and am always on the lookout for a game that can combine setting, rules, and accessibility in a manner that can be picked up and played within ...read more
Tom Moldvay Basic: Why It's Great and Where to Find it. #RPGaDay 2017
It's time to catch up on my #RPGaDay writing again. This time the questions seemed initially unrelated, but once I found my answer to the first question it became clear that they should be combined into one post. The role playing game that I believe features the best writing ...read more
The Game I've Longed to Play and the Game I've Played the Most #RPGaDAY
So far, I've been able to keep up with all the necessary #RPGaDAY posts without getting so far behind that I quit due to the dread of having to write 10 or more posts at once. One of the reasons for that is that this year's set of ...read more
Learning to DM, Thoughts on Campaigns, House Rules, and Rules as Written. #RPGaDay Megapost 2, Days 13-16.
Overall, I've really been enjoying this year's #RPGaDay question line up and am trying to give each question more than a single sentence answer. I love the RPG hobby and questions like these are a time to share thoughts an memories as well as to answer questions.That ...read more
Steve Jackson's OGRE is Coming. Can You Protect the Command Center?
In 1977, Metagaming Concepts released Microgame #1. Metagaming's Microgame series was an attempt to bring to market complex and playable wargames that had limited components and a low price point and the line was a runaway success. A large reason for that success is the high quality and amazing ...read more
Four #RPGaDAY Questions in One Blow! #RPGaDay -- Days 8 to 11
Sorry I missed a couple of days, but the prospectus for my dissertation took priority. Writing everyday, either here or on something else, keeps my brain working in a way that helps my prospectus, but I still have to write the prospectus too. As a reward for completing a draft ...read more
Castle Falkenstein is Among the Most Inspiring RPGs Ever. #RPGaDay2017 Day 12
Day 12: Which RPG has the most inspiring interior art?
During the early 90s and 00s, there was no game designer who constantly managed to be on the cutting edge of gaming ideas more than Michael Pondsmith. He pioneered several role playing game genres. His Cyberpunk role playing game captured ...read more
The Half-Elf Who Carried Hemp Rope -- #RPGaDAY Day 7
"What was your most impactful RPG session?"
I'm not quite sure what Autocratik means by "impactful" in today's question, but I'm going to answer it as if he asked what my most memorable RPG session was since impactful could be interpreted a number of ways.
I've ...read more
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