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Lords of the Middle Sea: An Interview
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I spoke with Jason Durall about Chaosium’s upcoming Lords of the Middle Sea Roleplaying Game for Basic Roleplaying. Based on Chaosium’s second board game of the same name, published in 1978, the...
RPG Crowdfunding News – TORG Eternity, Paranoia, GURPS, D&D Starter Set, and more
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The Kickstarters, GameOnTabletop, and IndieGoGo RPG crowdfunding campaigns that are covered here end on or before July 23rd. A TORG Eternity sourcebook, a Paranoia expansion, a bundle of GURPS...
D30 Overland Travel Mishaps
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Adventurers walking from one location to another with gear on their backs face several challenges. Whether backpacking in Traveller or Call of Cthulhu or journeying in Dungeons & Dragons or...
No Players? No Problem: Try These Solo Adventures!
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If you need to while away some hours, here are five free (during spring 2020), plus two more under $10, solitaire RPG adventures to try. Rules used include Call of Cthulhu, The Dark Eye, and...
Never Going Home Campaign Dossiers Kickstarter: Brandon K. Aten and Matthew Orr
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Never Going Home, the weird World War One RPG, was one of the more talked about indie RPGs at Gen Con 2019. Because of that spotlight, I did an interview/review of the core rulebook with Brandon...
Playtest Review of the Call of Cthulhu Starter Set
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The Call of Cthulhu Starter Set suggests learning the game by playing a solo adventure, then playing with just one player, and then playing with a full group. If you want to give Call of Cthulhu...
Rivers of London and Chaosium – Talking to Michael O'Brien
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A crop of novels are coming to your gaming table: Altered Carbon, Broken Earth, Dune, The Witcher, and more. For their part, Chaosium joins the party with an amazing entry, Rivers of London...
New Year, New Campaign
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As 2019 wraps up, Christmas may bring you new RPGs which encourage you to consider starting a new campaign in 2020 Even if you have an ongoing campaign, you might want to think ahead if you need...
News Digest for the Week of December 20
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Hello everyone, Darryl here with this week’s gaming news! New errata for Genesys System, a new Adventure Zone game announced, a look at Starfinder on Alexa, Call of Cthulhu comes to Roll20, and more!
Crowdfunding News – Kingdoms and Warfare, and more
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This week I share RPG crowdfunding campaigns that end between November 15th to the 21st. Among these 17 campaigns is the fourth member of the million-dollar RPG crowdfunding campaign. What’s that...
BOO! Share Some Scares with a Halloween One-Shot
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Halloween is a great opportunity to try horror gaming in a one-shot maybe as a break from an ongoing campaign. If your players are used to fantasy then a detour into a Halloween adventure can be a...
Dread Isn't for Everyone
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I mentioned in the previous column how I sprung a horror game on players who didn't buy into it. But along with that change I introduced several mechanics to reinforce the horror, notably Dread's...
That Time I Surprised My Players With Cthulhu
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Years ago I ran a game of D20 Modern using D20 Call of Cthulhu/D20 Delta Green over three years that culminated in the characters facing down the apocalypse. I thought the campaign was...
Meet Shane Ivey: An Interview with Arc Dream Publishing
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Shane Ivey agreed to discuss all things Arc Dream Publishing with me including Delta Green and his Swords & Sorceries D&D 5E adventures inspired by ancient myth.
Crowdfunding News – Deviant: The Renegades, Scarred Lands, and more
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There are at least 23 RPG and RPG-related Kickstarters ending between October 11th and the 17th (with some leftover projects that end on the 10th that I missed last week). Of those, I link many...
RPG Crowdfunding News – Tenebria, Adrenaline, Eryphir, and more
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Between September 20th to 26th, ten RPG, and RPG-related, Kickstarters end. Compared to recent weeks, that’s a notable decrease. However, this is not the start of a trend. Instead, it’s the result...
Con Report: JordanCon from an Insider
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Every April I shed my freelancer disguise for the clothes of a Track Director at what is one of Atlanta’s best conventions, JordanCon. To be honest it's the same black tee shirt and jeans, I just...
Worlds of Design: Who Needs Spellcasters Anyway?
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The most widespread (by far) RPG has been Dungeons & Dragons (D&D), though in quite different forms. And Dungeons & Dragons tends to be dominated by magic users, or more broadly, spell casters...

[Chaosium] Chaosium Board Of Directors Meets For The First Time Since Greg Stafford's Passing

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Last week Chaosium Inc held its first board meeting since Greg Stafford died in October 2018. Greg Stafford and Sandy Petersen returned to an active role at Chaosium ("The Return of the Great Old Ones") in early 2015, both serving on the company board.

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