Inside Poe was pacing. Mssr Bonnenuit was looking around. "What do you do here Poe? Surely you're not the smith?" He looked incredulous. His wife laughed. "I'm fairly certain the smith is Marie's...husband?" she gestured in Regan's direction. Regan merely inclined his head in a mockery of acknowledgement. "I'm the smith." He didn't owe these … Continue reading Papa? Part 2
Marie and Regan were sitting on the bench next to the smithy eating lunch. Poe had joined them and was sitting on a stump drolly telling them a story about one of his clients from Montreal as they enjoyed the sunny day. The mail coach pulled up and Poe watched as a tall, well dressed … Continue reading Papa? Part 1
Which ‘dead game’ would you like to see reborn? Tribe 8 was the first RPG I played where there was a Matriarchy that wasn't purely evil and had qualities the player might even aspire to.
What is a good RPG to play for about 10 sessions? Too many to count. My favorite runs have been (in no particular order) Sagas of the Icelanders, Monsterhearts, Urban Shadows, Dungeon World, and Epyllion.
What is a good RPG to play for sessions of 2hrs or less? The Golden Cobra competetion has created a plethora of wonderful games in this category. My favorite so far has been Unheroes by Joanna Piancastelli. You play superheroes who chose to lose your memories and powers to save the world but something didn't work … Continue reading #RPGaDay Day 8
What was your most impactful RPG session? GAH That's like asking "which is your favorite kid?" I'm going to cheat and say my first one. Earthdawn, 1994 or 95. Me and my friend Cary agreed to meet some guys we had run into at the mall the night before at the Georgia Tech student center … Continue reading #RPGaDay Day 7