I’m here today with a very special interview with fellow RPG blogger Steph C! Steph writes the blog TTRPG Kids which I just love and I think she has a lot to say about gaming with kids. See for yourself!Continue reading “Interview with TTRPG Kids”
With so many awesome games based on franchises, I thought it would be a good time to repost this article from a few years ago. I think it really helps and might inspire people considering games based on established stories. Originally I cited A Song of Ice and Fire Roleplaying and Adventures in Middle-earth to Star Trek Adventures and Mouse Guard but the list is even longer now. Tales of Xadia and The Terminator RPG are out, The One Ring has a new second edition, the Dune RPG, Avatar Legends, the Stargate RPG… There’s a lot out there, and I’m here to help you figure out how to play.Continue reading “Repost: Settings with Canon”
So, it’s been awhile since I talked about colonies in Star Trek Adventures but there’s a reason for it. My first few articles were setting up the narrative part of things but I wanted to pivot to mechanics next. When the Klingon Empire core rulebook came out and I read through the rules for houses I started from scratch on this. Then I read the Dune RPG and its rules for houses and started over again. It’s been percolating for a little but I think I’ve got the best version of these rules. Let me know!Continue reading “Colony Campaigns in STA, Part 3”
It’s summer time and there’s just too much going on in Mephitland! Today I’ve got a repost of something I originally reviewed five years ago (nearly to the day) but you might want to give it another look. Not only did Monte Cook Games just announce a revised third party license that makes it likely we’re about to see a lot more Cypher stuff, but the next Jurassic World movie is right on the horizon. Why not make Predation your summer fun game?