Good Strong Hands Review

In the past I’ve talked a lot about wanting alternatives to the assumed “adventurers for hire” mercenary campaign. There are alternative frameworks for campaigns (I wrote up a few some time ago) but if you want a high fantasy, wild adventure game that includes thoughtful, positive stories from the start, you should check out Good Strong Hands. You can back the game on Kickstarter to get it as soon as Craig at Nerdburger Games (maker of Capers and Die Laughing) finishes but he sent me a pre-art manuscript copy to look over. To put it bluntly, it’s fantastic.

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Fateforge, Part 4: Spellcasting

I’m back with another look at the Fateforge setting, this time with the magical sourcebok called Grimoire. While the other posts that I’ve made about this setting from Studio Agate have focused on the setting and characters, this post is about the metaphysics of Eana and the spellcasting ability of adventurers.

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