RPG book review: A Visitor’s Guide To The Rainy City A geek dad’s gaming blog. I like characterful characters, rich plots, random generators, and occasionally play wargames and boardgames. Source From: Source
Have you ever wanted to understand what Roy Batty felt dying in the rain or roleplay a burnt-out cop like Rick Deckard facing not just your own mortality but also the loss of life replicants are programmed with? Not just as a viewer of passive entertainment but as one of the primary drivers of the action and emotions? Blade Runner the Roleplaying Game, may be just what you need.
I’m a fan of Rivers of London and have read several books, I enjoyed each one but have not read them all.
My review of an interesting history book that can be of great use to world builders.
Year Zero World Building creates campaign settings using Free League’s RPGs. This month features a return to Middle-earth via The One Ring Second Edition and a look at spiders as the main protagonists of a long-running campaign.
Year Zero World Building creates campaign settings using Free League’s RPGs. This month features the war-torn world of Twilight: 2000. How to kick off a campaign and keep the PCs driving towards reaching their big dreams.
A review of a recent Shadowrun product that focuses on Saeder-Krupp and the mysterious people known as drakes.