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.Continue reading “Repost: The Warren Review”
I’ve been waiting a long time to tell you folks about this one, but finally the Root Tabletop Roleplaying Game is available to the public! I’ve never played the Root board game and only know about it generally, but I hopped on the Root RPG Kickstarter based on the design team and critter-centered theme. It was a very good move.Continue reading “Review of Root TTRPG”
I’ve got a treat for everyone today that I’m excited about. Kickstarter backers just got a full copy of the Wanderhome RPG and I bumped up my posting schedule to review it right away. Why? Because Wanderhome is one of those projects that seemed awesome when I read the pitch and has only got better.Continue reading “Wanderhome Review”
When I kickstarted the game Star Crossed from Bully Pulpit Games, I got the chance to add a few interesting items from their catalog to my order. Among their games I saw an interesting gem called The Warren: “a tabletop role-playing game about intelligent rabbits trying to make the best of a world filled with hazards, predators and, worst of all, other rabbits.” Immediately wanting to know more, I added it and found it interesting and unique. I didn’t have time to review it when I got it but now that Netflix’s series Watership Down has started to show up in my feed, it reminded me that this is a game that deserves some attention.
First, though, I want to present my list of skills for Mouse Guard FATE. It’s mostly the same as in the FATE core rulebook but with a few adjustments, including a new stunt that’s flexible for any skill.