Posts Tagged ‘rpg’

Unbound – Playtesters wanted!

Infinite adventures in numberless worlds.

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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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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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Five reasons why you should download HAVOC BRIGADE

This week, I released Havoc Brigade – it’s the third game I’ve put out through Patreon, and I’m really excited about it. Here is an arbitrary number of reasons why you, too, should be excited enough to give it a play: ONE. It’s ready to rock. Unlike my other games, Havoc Brigade has the adventure […]

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Five reasons you should GET HYPE about ONE LAST JOB

A game about calling the crew together for one last job and seeing it through to completion, despite the fact that you still loathe each other after what happened in Utah.

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PLAYTESTERS NEEDED: One Last Job

A one-shot tabletop RPG where you build other people's characters by reminding them of things they'd rather forget.

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Two Factions: How to run better games for your players without them knowing it

Have your players come up with two things: an organisation that loves them, and an organisation that hates them. I'll explain how massively valuable this is in a bit, but first: preamble!

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My Mother’s second-best sword: Small things, big echoes

I want to talk to you about making your characters better.

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FALLEN: A game of crawling back to Heaven

FALLEN is a GMless storytelling game designed to be played in a single night by four players.

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