Some awesome friends of mine got together and produced a "short-version" of these RPG rules they're working on, and I highly recommend checking the Two-Die System
out. It's non-complicated, efficient, and best of all: FUN. It's just a wee PDF, so there's no excuse if you have a pulse. Or don't have a pulse. I can see legions of the undead passing eternity using these rules to roleplay heroic adventure... THAR SHE BLOWS
. Be sure to let them know how it plays and what you think, for better or worse.
"Intense occult training through D&D prepares Decibel to accept the invitation to enter a witches’ coven
Varg proves his Eville Mettle (Metal?) with Ravenloft
books. "But how Eville is he?" I ask. I mean, is he playing AD&D Ravenloft? 3.x? It matters, dammit. It matters. Good to see 3 Inches of Blood
mentioned, which is a band spurnnedhistory
has insisted I check out. Thanks, poh
, for the wonderful link (which is to an article on the connection to D&D and Metal, in case you are wary of clicking and needed some kind of descript0r).Spokane, Washington
is good for little more than atomic bomb testing, as far as I and thousands of others are concerned. However, even the most reviled of locations can yield a few gems now and then. Except maybe Detroit... but that's another topic for another time. Anyhow, I discovered this site whilst looking for Boardgaming Goodness and they seem to be quite the find, especially if you live in the Pacific Northwest of the good ol' US of A. They're called Boards & Bits
and I invite you to take a look
. Great prices as well as a nice, dead simple and easy-to-navigate layoot.
Like Blood Bowl
? Play it online through FUMBBL
. All the info you need to get started is easy to find and easy to do. I need to start a new team, myself...
You know, I have to say. Reading through all of these old gaming mags I have I've noticed that most of the "nerd debates" haven't changed much at all in the last TWENTY YEARS. Damn. And the
women in gaming/comics debate hasn't changed. At all.