However, nothing interesting or substantial has come to my mind since Friday and instead of writing about my inability to write, I would like to cite a study conducted by Upper: (Upper, 1974). Continue reading
Frogtoe: I’m an equal opportunity plunderer.
The Pagan Boy: Then why don’t you plunder Aquilonia?
The best rules’ coaching ever…
The Pagan Boy: What do you do with the dice? Continue reading
Who are the Shanghai Seven? What do they want? What do they represent on a cosmological scale? Are they as powerful as is rumoured? Do they work for the New Inquisition or any other major player?
Over the next weeks we shall meet the Shanghai Seven one by one. We might not learn immediately, how everything … Continue reading
Last week our authors, contributors, editors and generally awesome people of d6ideas listed the top 10 printed roleplaying games they would take to a lonely island and provided a short rationale to why those games in particular.
Since I was at a lacrosse tournament last week, I could only submit the list sans my reasoning. I would like to use today’s editorial to rectify this. Continue reading
Norbert Matausch asked in his German blog the question: which ten printed RPG books would you keep, if you had to go into exile. Hasran, blut_und_glas, Dave, yandere and yennico present their Top 10. An overview of the Top 10 of other player could you find in the German Rollenspiel Almanach and in German forum Tanelorn.
For many religious groups, the discovery of the wormhole and the subsequent discovery of Poseidon, a habitable and indeed life-bearing world, beyond proved to be a moment of deep crisis or epiphany or both.
Unbeknown to the vast majority of their flock, a secret conclave at the highest levels of the Roman Catholic church identified the existence of the water world as a sign from the Lord and in turn concluded that it had to be the original Earth from before the Flood. Continue reading
Frogtoe: Age of Conan is quite the neat board game. There is just one thing missing to make it great.
Frogtoe: We should pay someone to read the corresponding Howard short stories while we play.
Repiltetongue: You mean … like a gamemaster? Someone paid to read to all other guys, who are actually having fun?
Frogtoe: Yes, only that only all his lines come from someone who knew his stuff – Robert E. Howard and not some RPG hack.
Frogtoe: Yesterday while writing I realized that Unknown Armies is a lot like Goethe’s Faust..
Reptiletongue: It is funny?.
Frogtoe: Yes. And transcendenting. Humour and hubris. “So I may penetrate the power/That holds the universe together”..
Repiltetongue: A Roleplaying Game of Transcendental Horror and Humorous Action?.
Frogtoe: A Roleplaying Game of Transcendental Horror and Furious Fun..
In a world, where progress reigns supreme, 0 is a partisan. Or as close to a partisan as you can get whilst being employed by SLA Industries as a Contract Killer.
She is well read, highly educated and very, very deadly. Her mental and intellectual capabilities are in fact her greatest asset in the Circuit, only second to here eclectic choice of equipment, which has baffled many opponents and has turned many a battle in her favour. Continue reading
Subject Code: LV98../000DX1012615
Crime: Theft of historical artifacts; operation and trafficking of controlled technologies
Department Contract: Archaeology