Freelancer Interview: Adam Roy

Over the last few months we’ve twice had an opportunity to learn a bit more about Christina Stiles, the lead designer on Open Design’s Journeys to the West project, as well as learning more about the project itself. And I love getting those peeks behind the curtain on new, exciting gaming projects.

So I’m happy . . . → Read More: Freelancer Interview: Adam Roy

Friday Knight News – Gaming Edition: 9-MAR-2012

Do you hear that? That’s the sound of Friday finally arriving! Unfortunately at my house, that also means that the Spring season of soccer is gonig to start and I’m going to be spending lots of time on a soccer field very soon… But you’re not here to read about my soccer woes!

We had . . . → Read More: Friday Knight News – Gaming Edition: 9-MAR-2012

Interview: Wynter Rouse, CoastCon 35 – The Dark Crab Rises in Biloxi, Mississippi โ€“ March 16-18, 2012

As CoastCon gets ready for its 35th annual science fiction and gaming convention in Biloxi, Mississippi on March 16-18, 2012, Wynter Rouse has her hands full. She’s the Charity Liason this year and she’s been involved with CoastCon for more than a decade. She even met her husband at a CoastCon! With CoastCon 35 less . . . → Read More: Interview: Wynter Rouse, CoastCon 35 – The Dark Crab Rises in Biloxi, Mississippi โ€“ March 16-18, 2012

News from Around the Net: 20-JAN-12

Welcome to the gaming news roundup for the week of 20-JAN-2012!

This week was “one of those” weeks with work, so I’m gleeful that it’s Friday! Yay!

The debate continued this week about “D&D Next” or “D&D 5e” or “Ultimate Fighting D&D With Kung-fu Grip,” so you’ll see a few stories related to that this . . . → Read More: News from Around the Net: 20-JAN-12

News from Around the Net: 13-JAN-12 (Triskaidekaphobic Edition)

Welcome to the first triskaidekaphobic edition of GKR’s News frrom Around the Net for 2012… (Apparently there are three in 2012, two in 2013, and one in 2014. Since we’re on a downward trend let’s hope the Mayans are off on their whole calendar snafu…) At any rate, this week (as you might imagine) there . . . → Read More: News from Around the Net: 13-JAN-12 (Triskaidekaphobic Edition)

Local Event: Family RPG Day at Petrie’s Family Games

In October 2011, the great folks at RPGNow/DriveThruRPG sponsored a “Teach Your Kids to Game” week that I was very enthusiastic about. There were a ton of great articles around the ‘net from people and organizations big and small.

So I was equally jazzed to hear from Cameron Crawford at Petrie’s Family Games, my favorite . . . → Read More: Local Event: Family RPG Day at Petrie’s Family Games

Supplement Review: Midgard Bestiary, Volume 1 by Josh Jarman from Open Design

A couple of years ago when Bioware released Dragon Age: Origins for the PC, it didn’t take me long to buy it and install it. I even played for quite a while until I got to a battle that I couldn’t get past. I spent two weeks trying different methods until I finally gave up . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: Midgard Bestiary, Volume 1 by Josh Jarman from Open Design

Open Design’s Kobold Pirates land in Green Ronin’s Freeport!

That’s right, it’s sort of a “you got my chocolate in my peanut butter moment” – merging the pirate setting of Green Ronin‘s Freeport with some supernatural horror. It’ll be tough to pass up some Cthulhoid critters from under the sea! Gives a whole new spin on a plate of calamari, doesn’t it?

Here’s the . . . → Read More: Open Design’s Kobold Pirates land in Green Ronin’s Freeport!

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