Monthly Archives: October 2019

Maidae and the tree

Originally posted on Micki's Delirium:
As we were getting ready to run Lines of Supply last week I decided I wanted to try and stand on the fir-tree outside the quest. The party entered and started, while I was…

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PlayStation Plus Free Games For November Announced

Originally posted on VIRTUAL BASTION:
Sony has announced the games being put on offer through PlayStation Plus this November, and they’re actually pretty decent. On the one hand we have Outlast II, a game that is still very spooky despite…

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Meddlesome dice and NGR hijinks.

Originally posted on Dyson's Dodecahedron:
Last night’s NGR game was… a wonderful clusterfuck. There’s a slight case of civil war going on, caused in part by the party (when I wasn’t involved). We decided we would travel south to…

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Raids week 145

Originally posted on Micki's Delirium:
Raids 145 were Wednesday Oct 23 and Saturday Oct 26. I also joined Epic’s raids on Tuesday, but they’re not listed here. We did a total of 10 raid runs in these 2 raid…

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Game Developers Share Their Favorite Halloween Games

  We’ve always loved Halloween. Whether as a kid dressed up in a cheap, plastic Chewbacca costume to score candy, or as an adult dressing up as Slenderman in the front yard to scare the crap out of some kids,…

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How Long Do You Play?

Originally posted on Cannibal Halfling Gaming:
The RPG space is filled with unchecked assumptions regarding what gaming groups actually do. We already know that market information is hard to find, but it’s even harder to find information on how people…

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AD&D Monster Cards

Originally posted on Wayne's Books:
Four sets of Monster Cards were released for 1st edition Advanced Dungeons & Dragons in 1982. The art is the draw for me. Erol Otus, Bill Willingham, and others. TSR was notorious for recycling…

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TV/film gaming inspirations abound

Originally posted on GamingSF:
By chance last weekend I ended up watching both Blade Runner movies over the weekend. Watching the newer 2049 film because it caught my eye on Netflix, I then had to watch the original 80s film…

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Fallout New Vegas: Giant dinos, space suits, and rocket ships

Originally posted on Bio Break:
(This is part of my journey going playing through 2010’s Fallout New Vegas. You can follow the entire series on the Retro Gaming page.) The journey from Primm to Novac ended up being surprisingly long, taking…

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Which BECMI D&D Expert Rulebook do you have?

Originally posted on Wayne's Books:
One aspect I love about the RPG hobby is that I always have something new to learn. And, yes, sometimes I learn things that the experts already know. I did know that the BECMI…

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