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The Deck of Fate

A couple weeks ago (the last time I was at Source Comics & Games in Roseville, MN), I picked up The Deck of Fate, a card-based randomizer for the Fate role-playing game (which I reviewed back in August). The deck contains … Continue reading

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Gaming for Cheap Bastards Day, Part 2

Pathfinder Player Companion: The Harrow Handbook (Paizo, Inc. – $12.99) The Harrow Handbook is one of the sub-line of inexpensive 32-page saddle-stapled player books for the Pathfinder RPG. Even though these books give invaluable world information at a low price, … Continue reading

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RPG Review Week – a day off in the middle.

I was going to review Age of Rebellion today, but I think I’m feeling a bit under the weather. In any event, though, I do want to do some due diligence to D&D 5th Edition and note that my opinion of … Continue reading

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D&D Basic Rules – A Direct Link

The Dungeons & Dragons Basic Rules can be downloaded from this link. As I said in the last post, the player book is now up to version 0.2 and the DM book is now out with version 0.1.

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Aquarius Ascendant: Veronica Gray

There are positive things and negative things about using a role-playing game to develop a literary character. Role-playing games very tightly define characters’ capabilities and push them into certain pigeonholes – if, for example, you are playing a Fighter in … Continue reading

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