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New solo RPG: Reavers and Rogues!

Hey, remember that solo game I was playtesting over and over? Well, it’s here! In Reavers and Rogues, you become a classic sword-and-sorcery pulp adventurer. This solo game allows you to create a unique character and play out the story beats … Continue reading

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D&D Experiment: A whole campaign at Level 3

I don’t like super-heroic gameplay. I prefer more “realistic” danger and challenges. As a real human, I understand the real danger of real things like the dark, and the cold, and hunger, and predators my own size. Dragons and angels and … Continue reading

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Review: Elric of Melnibone and Other Stories (Moorcock)

Elric of Melnibone is often introduced and discussed in contrast to Conan the Cimmerian, so I will bow to that most noble tradition now. Robert E. Howard‘s Conan is an American fantasy hero of great strength and courage, powerful mirth … Continue reading

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