Supplement Review: Haiku of Horror: Autumn Moon Bath House (Kaidan/PFRPG) by Michael K. Tumey from Rite Publishing

Fantasy RPGs (like any number of other genres) have several tropes we all tend to trip over. You know the ideas I’m talking about… Elves don’t like dwarves. Dwarves are drunkards who speak with a Scottish accent. Dragons like hoards. And adventures usually start in taverns with some crazy guy sitting in a dark corner . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: Haiku of Horror: Autumn Moon Bath House (Kaidan/PFRPG) by Michael K. Tumey from Rite Publishing

Designer Interview: Kyle Simons of the Magicians Role Playing Game (Kickstarter)

The Magicians RPG Kickstarter from Kyle Simons has garnered quite a bit of attention around the RPG blogosphere of late. This merger of role-playing game mechanics and language learning techniques shows some of the unexplored or unpublicized applications of RPGs in education. Plus, it’s just cool. The idea that your character can cast spells but . . . → Read More: Designer Interview: Kyle Simons of the Magicians Role Playing Game (Kickstarter)

Book Review: Dim Spirit – Curse of the Golden Spear: Part 2 by Jonathan McAnulty and Rite Publishing

In any trilogy, I’ve found that regardless of whether the first part and the third part are spectacular, the middle has to hold up its part of the bargain. Kind of like a soufflé now that I think about it. Even if the outside of the soufflé is perfect and the slightest thing goes wrong, . . . → Read More: Book Review: Dim Spirit – Curse of the Golden Spear: Part 2 by Jonathan McAnulty and Rite Publishing

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