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Saturday, 18th May, 2019

Wednesday, 22nd January, 2014

  • 04:00 PM - Morrus mentioned imagineGod in post New playtest document [Wed, JAN 22]
    This will be the last one for a couple of weeks. Playtesters can download it from the usual place. New in the Jan 22 document (247 pages): - Special skills summary page - All derived statistics corrected - Minor change to contacts - Standardized difficulty values throughout - Added space travel details - Illnesses & disease - Reformatted combat chapter and added details - Changes to environmental properties - Space combat clarified and new Excalibur class battleship - Borians are now red - Change to New Weapons Generator - Quality prices standardized throughout - Civilization advancement levels tweaked - Minor corrections throughout Note we have 16 playtest groups, but only 3 have been posting anything. Some of them are new in the last couple of days, though, so I can't wait to hear their thoughts! balard, Bynw, DarkHerald, Darth Quiris, Dire Wolf, Domokete, exile, HollowBone, imagineGod, LucasC, Primitive Screwhead, Rugult, Scorpio616, sololuca, Sunsword, Thomas Bagley, Umbran (just included Umbran for reference since he kindly offered to check the science parts for me!)

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Friday, 24th May, 2019

Thursday, 16th May, 2019

  • 06:03 PM - Dire Bare quoted imagineGod in post Updates on Age of Sigmar RPG Include New Name
    Not for me, sadly. This variant has gone all Steampunk/Arcanepunk almost as if Tzeentch already won and the old world changed into a pantomime play. The "Age of Sigmar" setting isn't really steampunk or arcanepunk itself. The "Kharadron Overlords" are one of several dwarven factions, and definitely have a steam/arcanepunk vibe to them. The pictures of armored dwarves hanging from metal balloons are from this faction. If you are interested in the setting itself, but not the steampunk aspect, you can safely ignore the Kharadron Overlords. There are some more "traditional" dwarven factions in the setting, although they might not be described in the core book. "Age of Sigmar" is definitely high magic involving a lot of travel between the various fantasy/elemental "realms" (like planes in D&D), while retaining the grimdark of Warhammer. But, less gritty, more shiny. Shiny grimdark. The main hero faction, the Stormcast Eternals, are essentially warrior angels, you've also got some interesting elv...

Wednesday, 15th May, 2019

  • 03:09 AM - Egg Embry quoted imagineGod in post RPGs, Russia, and The City of the Steam Sun on IndieGoGo
    Wow! This is a very nice interview, presenting the role playing scenes in a much overlooked market like Russia. Never knew that 3rd Edition of Dungeons and Dragons failed so spectacularly in Russia. Good to know Pathfinder survived translation. Thank you! It was a fun piece to write. :-)

Saturday, 11th May, 2019

  • 08:39 AM - aramis erak quoted imagineGod in post Here Are The 10 Most Anticipated Tabletop RPGs Of 2019!
    Frank Herbert's Dune is one of the most under-valued Role Playing Games despite the its vast volumes of literature across many novels. :.-( Congratulations to Modiphius Entertainment for getting the RPG publishing rights to this intellectual property. Technically, Modiphius didn't; Gale Force 9 did. It's being done under GF9's license which includes RPG and Board Games. Still, yeah, looking forward to it, and to the new Dune movie. I am impatiently waiting to find out how to get into the beta... :)

Thursday, 2nd May, 2019

  • 12:36 AM - Abstruse quoted imagineGod in post Shadowrun Sixth Edition Announced!
    And Genesys Android: Shadow of the Beanstalk has the cyberpunk genre covered. I always find it weird that people immediately think "Shadowrun" when they think cyberpunk RPG when it's always been a blend of cyberpunk and urban fantasy (even before "urban fantasy" was popular as a genre) and the vast majority of the metaplot of Shadowrun comes from the fantasy side of that coin.

Saturday, 27th April, 2019

  • 12:38 PM - Morrus quoted imagineGod in post Wrath and Glory Warhammer 40K missing from Ulisses US
    Termination is a strong word. Though partial radio silence from Ulisses Spiel to questions about the uncertainty on the website and concern expressed by fans is worrisome. I can’t speak for them, but when you’re a licensee, you’re often not free to make statements without going through an approvals process with the licensor. It very much varies by licensor. (That’s why you often hear an announcement about a licensed property and then almost nothing until a year later when it’s a month from release).

Tuesday, 23rd April, 2019

  • 06:54 PM - Abstruse quoted imagineGod in post News Digest: $1 Billion Raised for Games Via Kickstarter, New DM Screen Announced, a Brand-New Drizzt Novel Coming This Fall, and more!
    Is the Critical Role Kickstarter in this Billion lot? No, this is specifically the Games category. Which is Tabletop Games, Video Games, Playing Cards, Puzzles, Mobile Games, Live Games, and Gaming Hardware. There's the odd podcast or vlog that will post in that category because their focus is gaming, but it doesn't include narrative-focused shows like fiction webseries like The Gamers or live streams/actual plays like Critical Role. Kickstarter gives a lot of leeway with category, but they will deny a Kickstarter before launch if they stray too far of their category. You see it more frequently in the "Playing Cards" category trying to get out of that category since the Tabletop Games category used to be overrun with just decks of Bicycle poker cards with different backs and themes.

Friday, 19th April, 2019

Tuesday, 5th March, 2019

  • 10:42 PM - Nostalgia Ward quoted imagineGod in post Your Beginner's Guide to Warhammer 40K: Wrath & Glory
    The maps may not be specific to Warhammer 40,000, which is why I wanted some pictures to see if they could work for Starfinder. By the way, I totally enjoy Warhammer 40,000 stories too. They're similar to the Starfinder maps, but I think the City version has some Imperium insignia. The desert side is pretty generic. I'll be at the FLGS later this week and I'll see about snapping some photos for you!
  • 03:29 PM - Lord_Blacksteel quoted imagineGod in post Big Changes in ICv2's RPG Industry Charts, as Pathfinder Drops Off Before 2E's Release!
    It would be ok but i have seen this from back at the start of D&D add more and revise oh wait lets re release all the books again and make it annoying to convert so everyone would buy the new ones. D&D started this back with 2nd edition, then 3, 3.5 then crashed it with 4th now with 5th which is so watered down its pathetic from what it was. So the standard is change some core mechanics and re release it as a new updated version resale all to the same people and after a few years or less in some cases do it all over again. Sorry this boy bought into the 2nd and have vast amounts of it, did again for 3rd and stopped at 3.5, I got the basic books for 5th but that's where i draw the line. But go ahead and dish out the money for a product that will be up dated in a few more years, they live off your money. Really all you need is the basic alterations to convert the old stuff or a good imagination and a feel for the rules which is what i use, pathfinder is not my thing but good luckj to all who dumped...
  • 12:38 PM - Morrus quoted imagineGod in post Big Changes in ICv2's RPG Industry Charts, as Pathfinder Drops Off Before 2E's Release!
    Wow! That is a shocker: Paizo dropped the ball and let Modiphus sneak into the charts. They didn't drop the ball. This is what happens before a new edition. They'll have expected it. And come later this year, they'll probably have two entries in the chart: Pathfinder 2 and Starfinder.

Thursday, 21st February, 2019

  • 10:14 PM - eyeheartawk quoted imagineGod in post Age of Sigmar's Cover Art Unveiled
    Also the RPG community has not attracted as many miniatures players to try out RPGs as initially planned. Very little discussion of even Wrath and Glory on Warhammer 40,000 forums, though sales via DriveThruRPG were pretty decent. That's a good point. I don't think there has ever been that much crossover (not accounting for the initial wargamer to RPG migration back in the OD&D days). Especially now that GW is re-embracing campaign play in mainline 40K, which they didn't really push much for years prior. I'm guessing it scratches enough of an itch for current mini game players to not bother investing in a new 40K RPG?

Thursday, 7th February, 2019

  • 12:37 PM - lyle.spade quoted imagineGod in post 90% of D&D Games Stop By Level 10; Wizards More Popular At Higher Levels
    A good place to stop a campaign with relatable hero characters who are not gods. My personal target maximum is 10th level, with anything above just a buffer, that is, if characters level up very rapidly and reach 11th or 12th (cue my current Starfinder Campaign free from that 3rd edition epic level nightmare). Dungeons and Dragons 5th Edition did well to cull those 30th level delusions of grandeur in players, and, instead, encourage more exciting low level play. Well said. I wonder if part of it is time, as well - that is, the time spent playing in and running a campaign that starts at 1st level, and how a typical campaign only lasts a few months, at most, before it gasses out for some reason or another. I've started a few campaigns at Tier 2, and even a few at 3, and they almost always tend to come to an end after 5-6 months, for any variety of reasons related to the game itself or life. Long campaigns will lead to higher character levels in DnD, and so perhaps that fact is a shadow cast by...

Friday, 11th January, 2019

  • 12:55 AM - dave2008 quoted imagineGod in post Top Games Played On FG In 2018: D&D, Pathfinder, Savage Worlds
    Great news for Hasbro, who owns Wizards of the Coast, and thus, the Dungeons and Dragons property. Sadly, almost all other game designers and authors not writing material for D&D5e might as well pack up and find new careers, for they will soon not be able to make a living outside the shadow of WoTC. If you look the other games haven't gone down in numbers, it is just that 5e is enjoying most of the growth. So if they were making money before, they could still be making it now.
  • 12:37 AM - Morrus quoted imagineGod in post Top Games Played On FG In 2018: D&D, Pathfinder, Savage Worlds
    Great news for Hasbro, who owns Wizards of the Coast, and thus, the Dungeons and Dragons property. Sadly, almost all other game designers and authors not writing material for D&D5e might as well pack up and find new careers, for they will soon not be able to make a living outside the shadow of WoTC. That's not even slightly true. Plenty are managing just fine.

Friday, 4th January, 2019

  • 04:14 PM - Henry quoted imagineGod in post Worlds of Design: “Old School” in RPGs and other Games – Part 1 Failure and Story
    Yes, this avoidance of TPKs is one reason I am not enthused about Society Play (Pathfinder and Starfinder) and Adventurers' League. There are obvious play group interaction requirements not just to create a rules consistent game world, but actual attempts to encourage all the various GMs running the same adventure module at different conventions, clubs, or homes, to end up with similar final results per session for their diverse play groups. This sort of restricts the ability of GMs and Players to deviate from the written adventure to experience some memorable outcomes, including a TPK in within the very first hour of play. That said, I think 'Iron Man Gaming' has a place, but for convention one-shots, as well as regular campaigns, DMs should bill them as such up front. As an established gamer, I'd try something like that, on a lark, and see how well I did. Hell, I didn't cry and run home from any of those multiple Magic the Gathering tournaments I mustered out of in the first or second round....

Thursday, 22nd November, 2018

  • 09:07 AM - Jhaelen quoted imagineGod in post Today's The Last Day Of Voting For The Most Anticipated Tabletop RPGs Of 2019!
    With over $500,000 raised on Kickstarter, the Savage Worlds Adventure Edition is almost a sure win, closely followed by either Monte Cook's Cypher System 2nd Edition or Paizo's Pathfinder 2nd Edition I am starting to wonder if voting is even required to crown the most anticipated RPG?Wanna take a bet? I doubt Savage Worlds will make first place. There's definitely several contenders. E.g. "Things from the Flood" raised 4,249,903 SEK, that's almost $500k, too. (It also happens to be the one I'm most looking forward to! Its predecessor "Tales from the Loop" was awesome.)

Wednesday, 21st November, 2018

Friday, 9th November, 2018

  • 11:19 AM - DerKastellan quoted imagineGod in post It's that time of year again! Nominate Your Most Anticipated Games of 2019
    Plus, the weird war genre is more popular for the Savage Worlds RPG, so with the Savage Worlds Adventure Edition in 2019, I am afraid that Achtung! Cthulhu may not adequate market interest, even with Cthulhu-esque themes . I'm not so sure about that. Besides, Weird War wasn't Cthulhu mythos IIRC? So far, A!C has done quite fine. Given it already has a full SaWo & CoC line, a ToC and PDQ# conversion, it seems weird to bother. An attempt to reduce licensing cost? Still, I'm interested as with each release the 2d20 got better. (Conan... had "some issues" ;) when it came to rule completeness, clarity, and some stuff seemed plain untested. But STA did much better and I hope this trend continues.

Wednesday, 7th November, 2018

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