Yore has been quiet, but I’ve been busy for the past couple of months — hobby-wise, painting Warhammer 40k terrain (which I haven’t gotten around to photographing yet) and starting up the first Godsbarrow campaign. After over a year of lonely fun creating this setting using Worlds Without Number [paid link], it’s absolutely delightful to […]
John Aegard has produced some really cool stuff, including two resources that jumped out at me: Jedi Blackbird, a Star Wars hack of Lady Blackbird, and a collection of tips for running a Dungeon World one-shot. Jedi Blackbird Jedi Blackbird is more structured than its inspiration, but only a little. That’s a good thing: Lady
My group played our second session of Star Wars World this past weekend, and this unofficial Apocalypse World hack by Andrew Medeiros is now my favorite Star Wars RPG. One of the things I look for in a PbtA game is interesting playbooks, and SWW has those in spades. When I was choosing one, I
I’ve been noodling some more about running Planescape as a sandbox, and since my copy of the boxed set isn’t here yet I decided to pull stuff off my shelves that seemed like it might be a good fit. Important safety tip, Egon This is dangerous! This is how ideas collapse under their own weight!