Archive for the ‘Tabletop’ Category

GETTING OTHER PEOPLE TO WRITE YOUR CHARACTERS FOR YOU, AND WHY IT’S GREAT

Yeah, seriously!

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UNBOUND RPG is now on Kickstarter!

Group-led world-building high-action pulp storytelling loveliness.

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Unbound – Playtesters wanted!

Infinite adventures in numberless worlds.

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GRANTCON Report

A con about me, starring all my friends.

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I’m doing a Kickstarter for Goblin Quest. It’s going very well.

(It funded in five hours. Two thousand pounds. Five hours.)

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THE FIRST GAME I EVER GAMESMASTERED: ZAIBATSU, 2002

One hot summer day in 2002, we played ZAIBATSU, a game of cyberpunk espionage in a Gibsonesque-but-updated future.

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Your dice don’t hate you – they love you. (Maybe a bit too much.)

On the essential masochism of roleplaying games.

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Four different ways to use the relationship dice in 13th Age

Also useful advice for every game ever, really.

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How I learned to stop worrying and hate the plot: Improv is kinder than planning

I ran a game on Saturday, and it underlined a lot of what I'm actively useless at when it comes to GMing.

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Doctor Magnetic Hands: A Swedish translation re-translated

"Here you take the roles of superheroes must fight Doctor Magnetic Hands so that he would not destroy the earth by firing his radioactive rocket castle from the moon right into the White House on Christmas Eve. Exactly! It is the plot. You just have to accept!"

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