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Maturity, focus on exploration, politics and interaction rather than exclusively "killing stuff and taking their loot". Influences: RE Howard, HP Lovecraft, F Lieber, (oddly) Ed Greenwood.
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Sunless insomnia-induced depression junkie
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31-40

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Thursday, 28th February, 2019

  • 05:46 AM - pauldanieljohnson quoted Wraith Form in post Royal Blood: Create Your Own Fantasy Titles
    "the Unburt" The whosisnow? Unburt = Ernie But seriously, cool article. An interesting companion piece would be something on heraldry and how family history, national identity, and the joining of bloodlines influences all the symbolism in armorial bearings.

Monday, 7th May, 2018

  • 08:28 PM - TrippyHippy quoted Wraith Form in post Start Your Travels In The Far Future With The Traveller Starter Set
    See, the appeal of a starter set is usually that it's stripped down regarding rules and content, but it's also CHEAPER. A lower price point to dip your toes in the water and see if it's to your liking. 50GBP (which is $67USD) is not cheap.The core rules in this starter set is complete, along with a starter campaign. It's an alternative to the core rules, with more stuff added - hence it's price. It could have been called a Traveller Deluxe set, and there really isn't a better introduction to Traveller than this, from any edition.
  • 07:49 PM - Charles Dunwoody quoted Wraith Form in post Start Your Travels In The Far Future With The Traveller Starter Set
    See, the appeal of a starter set is usually that it's stripped down regarding rules and content, but it's also CHEAPER. A lower price point to dip your toes in the water and see if it's to your liking. 50GBP (which is $67USD) is not cheap. This is the full ruleset and a campaign of adventures though not a stripped down version and one adventure. For the price of dinner out with a friend you get months of game play or years if you make your own adventures after the campaign ends.
  • 07:18 PM - NotRussellCrowe quoted Wraith Form in post Start Your Travels In The Far Future With The Traveller Starter Set
    See, the appeal of a starter set is usually that it's stripped down regarding rules and content, but it's also CHEAPER. A lower price point to dip your toes in the water and see if it's to your liking. 50GBP (which is $67USD) is not cheap. And according to Google that's $87 Canadian! I was kind of excited to maybe see what Traveller was all about but at that price I'll just stick to something I know.

Monday, 16th April, 2018

  • 12:55 AM - J.L. Duncan quoted Wraith Form in post Reload The Savage World Of Deadlands
    Non-PULSED?!? It certainly is a Deadlands game. I think you mean "nonplussed". Nope I meant what I said... As in it didn't excite anyone in my group to play it. They weren't confused (or nonplussed) about what the game was... Just not enthused to play it.

Wednesday, 7th February, 2018

  • 11:02 PM - Doctor Futurity quoted Wraith Form in post Tiny Frontiers Means Big Science Fiction Fun
    That's not at all what I said. I offered to James to edit his manuscript, since the first version of the PDF was rife with errors. He accepted my offer. My only "payment" is my name in the credits as a proofer/editor. (This was per my request. I mentioned that, if he was so inclined, a dead tree version of the completed project wouldn't be turned away.) So yes, I did offer the assistance and yes it was accepted. I gave him a few pages, he said he'd integrate them. I wrote a few days later saying I had another chapter that needed some looking over, and was he ready? I got no reply that he was. Ce la vie. Interesting....thanks for the details.

Tuesday, 6th February, 2018

  • 04:34 AM - Doctor Futurity quoted Wraith Form in post Tiny Frontiers Means Big Science Fiction Fun
    I wasn't hired. It was volunteer work. I don't have an official degree in editing or anything...I'm just proficient with punctuation and grammar and can spot errors fairly easily. Ah, gotcha....still odd he ignored edits. I am assuming he requested the edits and they weren't unsolicited. It's usually best to offer editing assistance before actually providing any service, as unsolicited edits are usually not taken seriously. Never give it away! Decent editing commands a price.

Friday, 2nd February, 2018

  • 03:41 AM - Doctor Futurity quoted Wraith Form in post Tiny Frontiers Means Big Science Fiction Fun
    I edited a fair chunk of it, and I can say there are entire chapters that I offered to James that needed corrections and he...ignored me? had better things to do? was too busy with other issues? I dunno, but I can say there are parts that really needed a better editing pass and when I offered the edits I wasn't taken up on them. * shrugs * Don't blame me. :D I honestly attempted to make the book as good as it could be. That is very odd that he ignored his editor....why did he hire you if he wasn't going to go with your edits?

Wednesday, 24th January, 2018

  • 09:56 PM - Christopher Helton quoted Wraith Form in post Tiny Frontiers Means Big Science Fiction Fun
    I'm almost perplexed why this ^ game is getting so much love, yet White Star (which is dead simple) seems to be languishing. Reviewing isn't a zero-sum game. :) The latest edition of White Star is on my list of things to get to, I'm just waiting for the print version to come out. I was talking with James about it earlier in the week, and he said he's been having issues with the proof copies. Once it is out, it will be in the queue of things that I will talk about.

Monday, 18th January, 2016

  • 08:21 PM - Beleriphon quoted Wraith Form in post This is the full set of 54 Tarokka cards!
    I love the fanged mouth above the Innocent. I also like, in the Druid card, the far right tree looks a bit like a twisted man holding up the weight of the branches. His knees bend to the right, his hips to the left, and his head hangs low between his shoulders (which are the base of the branches). Nice. A number of the leaves on the Monk card also look like bats.

Sunday, 23rd March, 2014

  • 09:37 AM - Tonguez quoted Wraith Form in post Jack Chick's Dark Dungeons Movie Trailer
    Seriously hot. She can be my Dungeon Mistress any day. :D Yeah well it does look like its going to degrade into fetish porn so that may be a bonus I love the nerd girls at the door and the dice tumbling into blood....

Wednesday, 22nd May, 2013

  • 03:55 PM - callinostros quoted Wraith Form in post Pretty Darn Fun (a look at new PDFs)
    Regarding "Modern Basics: Tools of Terror and Blood"....is this a rehash of the old familiar advice we've seen in every DM's book for Ravenloft, Heroes of Horror, many White Wolf products, Call of Cthulhu, etc.? Or does it offer something new and fresh? EDIT Then again, for $0.99 it's not a bank-breaker. I'll be honest and say I do not know. I only buy a few of the PDFs available and instead point out those that look interesting. However, if someone has taken a look at this one maybe they can let us know if it's worth it. Actually, anytime someone has read a highlighted PDF and wants to comment on it, that would be great!

Thursday, 2nd May, 2013


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