News from Around the Net: 14-OCT-2011 (Sponsored by Savage Mojo)

Welcome to the weekly roundup of gaming news you can use! Now your uses may differ from mine, but I’ve heard of people browsing the links in these things and killing hours so I know there’s bound to be something you can use for the purposes of inspiration, education, or creation in your gaming!

(If you have even more time to kill and don’t have enough reasons to love the content at ENWorld and Gaming Tonic, Chris from Gaming Tonic has his weekly article “What’s Up With D&D?” to check out…)

As with all weeks (as a software engineer, husband, father, gamer, writer, and avid reader), this one was busy. But for the first time in over a year, I met with a gaming group in the hopes of it continuing more than a single session. The Gassy Gnoll talked about the first session and is looking forward to going to the next on Monday!

Sponsored Advertisement – Savage Mojo, home to Savage Suzerain for Savage Worlds, Suzerain Mojo, and Gamescapes Accessories. If you haven’t heard of them before you might have missed my review of Caladon Falls for Savage Suzerain in which the High Kingdom of Caladon falls to the Wild Army, a seemingly unstoppable force from across the sea. Or maybe you’re more inclined to a dark future in which nanotech and Chinese mysticism combine to do more than consume resources in a worldwide food shortage in Shanghai Vampocalypse, which was a Silver Winner in the 2011 Ennie Awards. (Congrats!) Check out all of Savage Mojo’s products at their site –! (By the way, they’re having a sale on Gamescapes story cards and horror titles starting today and running through Halloween!)

Now on to the week’s news!

Food for Thought

Games and Gaming

Publisher News and Interviews



That’s it for this week on the news front.

I hope everybody has a great weekend!

As always, if you feel I missed something (and it would be impossible NOT to), drop me a quick note via the contact page and I’ll add it to the list for next week!

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