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.
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.
Summary The 5th edition of White Wolf’s Vampire: The Masquerade quickens the blood of long-held traditions in the game’s history. Mostly good things here, including the move away from blood pools, an updated metaplot, social combat mechanics, and more. Masquerade 5th Ed. seemingly focuses on the “street level” of cities where characters play, which can […]
For the most part, the world has celebrated the new edition of Dungeons and Dragons. It has brought a lot of changes that remove the min/maxing madness, trap choices, and bloat of 3/3.5 and resolved class imbalance problems that have plagued D&D long before 4th. 5th edition brings power baked right into the class, without a […]