Espionage in Star Trek

I’m here today with some new rules for your Star Trek Adventures game to include high-stakes, tense espionage missions in your game. These rules are modified from the Dune RPG which is also published by Modiphius and uses the same 2d20 system as STA so it’s a natural connection. If you’ve ever wanted to run spy games like Julian Bashir, now’s your chance!

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Fae’s Anatomy Review

I’m here today with a truly strange game. In Fae’s Anatomy: A Melodramatic Medical Mystery, or FAMMMM for short(?), you are a sorcerous doctor trying to solve complex medical problems while trying not to be overwhelmed by life’s chaos. It’s fast-paced, intense, and definitely worth checking out.

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Felt, Friendship, and Feelings Review

I’m here today with an awesome game from Nerdburger Games (the same company as Capers, Die Laughing, and Good Strong Hands). This time it’s slightly lighter fare, a game that is suitable for kids and kids-at-heart with adaptable mechanics for telling the sort of stories you might see from, say, someone with the surname Henson. Allow me to introduce Felt, Friendship, and Feelings.

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:Otherscape Kickstarter Launch!

Two posts in one day? You saw that right. Today just happens to be the launch day for Toyko:Otherscape, the next iteration of the City of Mist set in a cyberpunk setting of colliding myth, technology, and humanity. Although the first setting book is focused on Tokyo, the game itself can (and will!) be set in cities across the world so you can still create your own setting with all your own amazing stories.

It’s a really amazing game, not least because one of the authors is yours truly! I’m truly honored and hyped to be a part of this great team and if you want to be part of the group getting this game off the ground then consider joining the Kickstarter. If you join today you can get in on the Day 1 perks!

Toyko:Otherscape Kickstarter!

Coyote & Crow Review, Part 2

I’m back today with the second half of my review of Coyote & Crow, the awesome sci-fi RPG written by and inspired by Native Americans. Following up on my first part where I covered the mechanics and setting, today I’m launching into the characters and stories of the game.

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Online Character Sheet for 7th Sea

I’ve got a quick but useful update for you, a little side project to make an online character sheet for 7th Sea, 2e. This game is really fun with a lot of different options (and a good amount of baggage so have a safety discussion ahead of time) and to help you playing online here’s a Google Sheets character sheet.

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Repost: Golden Sky Stories Review

I’m reposting an older review again since life continues to overwhelm, this time reminding you about the fun diceless RPG Golden Sky Stories. This is a great RPG for kids with low amounts of physical fighting, it’s beautifully presented, and also has images of small scenes of nature. As spring launches officially it’s good to have an outlet to revel in that sort of thing.

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Repost: The Warren Review

I’m reposting an older review today that might be relevant for those in the Northern Hemisphere headed into spring. The Warren is a game about playing bunnies and surviving together, something that’s just as relevant in this moment as the changing seasons.

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Curatoria, The Watchers and Fallen

I’m back today with more options about angels for your Invisible Sun campaign. Last time I detailed a strange order of zealots determined to safeguard the Legacy. Today I have an adversarial bunch of traitors, but delving into the story shows some complicated mysteries that will unravel for you and your players.

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