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By David Morrison, on March 27th, 2013
By David Morrison, on January 24th, 2013
It’s already been an excellent week for RPGs with WotC releasing a chunk of their back catalogue. This confirms WotC’s support/ interest in a more balanced RPG landscape where players can make more of their own choices about which styles of play they wish to go for. It, therefore, seems fitting that the [...]
By David Morrison, on November 19th, 2012
Decided to learn how to do the whole POD thing myself, so I’m still trapped in formatting hell. This is the first contents page from the RPG Handbook, which will be going off to proof later tonight or early tomorrow morning. Not that hard a process, but tiresome:
Rather obviously [...]
By David Morrison, on November 15th, 2012
This will be mercifully short for once. Quick reminder that AetherCon is kicking-off tomorrow – loads of games set-up, (100+ plus tables), a host of well-known games designers running panels/ discussions/ games – and sessions from many outstanding RPG artists. It’s also hard to beat the choice of games on offer and a [...]
By David Morrison, on July 9th, 2012
With astonishing artwork by John Coulthart: Lord Horror: Reverbstorm preview/ drafts – not at all child friendly!
By David Morrison, on June 29th, 2012
Improvisational RPGs are built around decision-making and critical thinking, so it’s interesting – to me – to catch clear sight of what may be the ‘true’ underlying reason why RPGs get poor press/ limited uptake/ turned into simulations. I don’t have this down as a left-right thing, so much as being about fear [...]
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