Rumor Has It is a tabletop rpg for 3-5 people with traitor mechanics where you take on the roles of partygoers at a gathering of your choosing. Each character has a rumor that is true about them, and their job is to keep that rumor safe while discovering the rumors others are hiding. All the while, you’re drowning […]
A review of a Tolkien, Zepplin, Zelda inspired TTRPG where lines of poetry and song fuels certain powers.
Review of “Altar,” which is less of a game and more of a prompt for you to explore yourself
Review of Rigged, a solo journaling RPG about net running.
Exploring the poetry in the Song of Roland, Tolkien, and a potentially new poetic form.
If Call of Cthulu has players investigating cosmic horrors, Xas Irkalla invites you to wander the dream-haunted worlds of elder gods. This is a game only for those who want unforgiving worlds with death spirals in their mechanics.
Make mass combats easier and cinematic with advice from DungeonWorld!
Perhaps what made me think I had what it took to make a blog on RPG design and stuff was this effort with /u/SpiketailDrake on Reddit. The remastering of the 4 Elements Monk from 5th Edition! (Here is the old Reddit Link from years ago where our discussion took place.) I helped with the power […]
Loyalty is an interesting concept. Like so many other things in life, it is something that makes society ostensibly run better. The motivations for loyalty – no matter how romantic the idea is – stems from self-preservation since ancient times, where you would die if you weren’t loyal to the group. Didn’t want to share […]
Duchess of Aquitaine and Queen of France Although described as a great beauty by contemporary sources, we have no more distinctive descriptions of her, such as eye or hair color, though they were most likely blue and blonde, respectively (a combination considered desirable at the time she lived). At the age of 15, she was […]