Monday rolls around once more on #RPGaDay2017. So, let’s get going with a quote from the Bard of Avon. posts, thanks for dropping by for a read. Today’s question is:
August 21: Which RPG does the most with the least words?
As stated before, we usually play longer campaigns which benefit from more complex games than the one discussed here, but I love short games for one-shot sessions, for game demos at conventions, or simply to teach people about RPGs. So, what are my pics for today? Continue reading #RPGaDay2017 Day 21: “Brevity is the soul of wit.”
Third time’s the charm with these #RPGaDay2017 posts, thanks for dropping by for a read. Today’s question is:
August 20: What is the best source for out-of-print RPGs?
I’ve been lucky in the sense that I’ve kept most of my RPG collection intact through the years. I’ve given away a book here or there, but I Still have most of my books. When I look for out-of-print books it is usually games I never owned that I find out about later. Where do I get them? Continue reading #RPGaDay2017 Day 12: Gaming at e(of the)bay…
Well hello there! Thanks for coming back for the third Saturday installment of #RPGaDay2017. This seems to be D&D week for me. Now we’re here for a different subject. Let me introduce the question:
August 19: Which RPG features the best writing?
I love RPGs. That shouldn’t be a surprise. My social media presence is a testament to this. I’ve read a lot of RPG books through the years. While I certainly enjoy reading role-playing books, they are not all a joy to read. The D&D Red Box, which was my first RPG, was an exciting read, because I was so excited about the game, the writing was evocative, the style approachable. Exactly what you need for an introductory game. For ease of reading and understanding how to play a game that was a big win.
Dream big! Continue reading #RPGaDay2017 Day 19: Writers, write. Gamers, game.