Friday Knight News – Gaming Edition: 21-SEP-2012

About Wednesday afternoon I was wondering if this week would ever end… And now here we are at Friday! We made it! Hooray!

Ok, now that the hooting and hollering is over, I’m just going to cut to the chase… It was a busy week here at GKR and cool things are afoot for the weeks to come if all goes well. But this week, we saw:

Next week maybe we’ll have some cool new guest posts to talk about, plus all the regular features. There may not be a new Journey of the Sword article this weekend, but we’ll see how things shake out. And I may have a site redesign ready to debut in October, so keep your fingers crossed for a bit cleaner layout.
On that note, let’s dive into the week’s links!

Food for Thought

Games and Gaming


Publisher News



  • The guys at Legacy Gameworks are putting together some amazing tools that I’m dying to try out. Every once in a while Chadrick Mahaffey pings me and it’s fun to see what they’re working on next. Much of it is for their upcoming game Shadows of Legacy, but I’m hopeful that some of the RPG tools will be usable outside of that context… If you want to keep up with their progress, I recommend you subscribe to their blog for updates!
  • Have you pondered writing your own novel, short story, setting, or adventure? Well, maybe this article @ Elfwood can help you create your Fantasy or SF worlds… Great ideas for fleshing out world designs no matter where you plan on using it!

That’s it for this week on the news front. If you want a bit more, check out:

There’s definitely plenty of news go go around!

A few last minute things:

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 or drop me an e-mail at news(at)gameknightreviews(dot)com and I’ll add it to the list for next week!

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