Exploring the poetry in the Song of Roland, Tolkien, and a potentially new poetic form.
Make mass combats easier and cinematic with advice from DungeonWorld!
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 shareContinue reading “Loyalty and its Mechanics”
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 wasContinue reading “Eleanor of Aquitaine”
Two covenants that will probably never get along are the Lancea et Sanctum and Circle of the Crone. Their religious rivalry has been canon since their appearances in the original Requiem book published by White Wolf years ago, and it hasn’t changed in the system’s current iteration. The Crone have a pagan, devil-may-care culture withContinue reading ““New” Theban Sorcery Miracles”
So, I know my last post was a loooong time ago, and I thought I would have something to throw up for folks to look at in short order. The problem is that making an RPG is more difficult than it looks, and so I’ve been re-iterating over my design for months now. It’s stillContinue reading “Making an RPG is Hard Work”