Friday Knight News – Gaming Edition: 18-OCT-2012

Welcome to my little corner of the Internet! Here you’ll find… well… links! These are some of the week’s links I found interesting in one way or another. It’s obviously not every post on tabletop gaming that was written this week, but it’s a subset of those sites or sources that caught my eye, my imagination, my funny bone… You get the picture.

Fairly quiet around here this week as my X-COM addiction continued to drain some of my free time (it’s THAT good a game!). Chris Lewis Carter continued his article series on adapting a fictional world for a role playing game. I took a look at one of Raging Swan Press’ latest products – Dungeon Dressing: Corpses. And the Gassy Gnoll pondered teaching coop vs. competition at the game table for his daughters.

Who knows what next week might bring? Hopefully more articles. 🙂

In the meantime, why don’t we dive into what’s going on around the rest of the gaming web!

Food for Thought

Games and Gaming


Publisher News


Site News


  • Have you ever wanted to read some of the classics for inspiration but can’t find the time? Try reading them an installment at a time via DailyLit. Who knows? You might find some great ideas in those classic works of literature.
  • The WotC archive of their Map-a-Week series is an absolute treasure trove of ideas to mine for places to stage encounters. (Thanks Nate @ d20 Pirates for this one!)

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!

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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