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What Are Publishers Doing For New Gamemaster Month?
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What are Monte Cook Games, Chaosium, Evil Hat, Pelgrane, Atlas Games, and Arc Dream doing for New Gamemaster Month? I asked each of the companies how they’re supporting new GMs in the first major...
I’m Really Thankful I’m a Gamer
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2020 continues to be challenging. And I don’t see going back to face to face gaming for a while yet. Though I miss gaming around a table rather than via pixels, I have found some unexpected joys...
Meet Ben Aaronovitch, Author of Rivers of London
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Ben Aaronovitch, author of the Rivers of London novels and graphic novels, kindly agreed to talk to me about his magical world and the upcoming RPG by Chaosium set in his world. Ben smiled, joked...
The Horror! of a Game That Never Ends
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We've all been there: as kids, we started a Dungeons & Dragons campaign but never imagined, decades later, that we'd still be playing in a world we made up. Does it ever end? Should it?
The Horror! Call of Cthulhu's One Shot One Kill
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Halloween is a great time to try Call of Cthulhu and run a horror one shot. Call of Cthulhu offers a deep delve into a fictional setting of ancient gods and horrific monsters all linked through...
The Horror! Delta Green Double-Tap
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A two-shot of adventures to run this Halloween or anytime of the year: Kali Ghati and Lover in the Ice. Line up a haunting and finish off with some terrifying body horror running Delta Green. Both...
RPG Print News – Chaosium, Cubicle 7, Free League, and More
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These new RPG products are available in print in October 2020. Ask your favorite local game store to order a copy or order online. The Call of Cthulhu and the Delta Green adventures are perfect...
The Horror! of Player Agency
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Gamebooks provide a branching-path framework for a single player to determine their fate, with more advanced gamebooks using dice to resolve conflicts. But what happens when the choices you make...
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...

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