#RPGaDAY 2017, Days 24-28: Lightning Round!

Catching up on #RPGaDAY and there's a whole bunch of questions left. We're on Day 24, and I'm going to hit a whole bunch of them here to zip through Day 28, because these aren't interesting questions or questions that will produce my goal of 500 words per topic. Consider this a lightning round, then. Continue reading “#RPGaDAY 2017, Days 24-28: Lightning Round!” »...
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#RPGaDAY 2017, Day 21: Best Game With the Fewest Words

"Which RPG does the most with the least words?" asks #RPGaDAY on Day 21. Ah! That's simple -- It's John Harper's Lady Blackbird. You get a movie serial opening throwing you right into the action and promising amazing moments, a peek into an imaginative setting, and worldbuilding in the character's stats. There's magic, 'cause this person has it. There are fantasy races, because this one is one. There are large beasts floating in the nether because they're only mentioned in this one diagram. It's a game that does so much in a tiny little packet where half of the pages have a half-page worth of material repeated on them. Continue reading “#RPGaDAY 2017, Day 21: Best Game With the Fewest Words” »...
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#RPGaDAY 2017, Day 17: A Game Collecting Dust

The #RPGaDAY topic for day seventeen is about a game that's been sitting on the shelf. Specifically, a game that I own but haven't played. For this, I'm only going to count physical game books. Let me nip down to the basement where it probably is living and I'll let you know after the break. Before I head down, I'm going to guess it's Blue Planet, first edition. I never played that game, but I loved it so. The second edition, I've ran and I so do love the setting. But that first version -- which I know is downstairs -- I have never played. Continue reading “#RPGaDAY 2017, Day 17: A Game Collecting Dust” »...
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