Category Archives: Freebies

#RPGaDay2017 Day 29: Let’s kick(starter) things off!


Day 29 of #RPGaDay2017. T-Minus 3 days until another one of these is over…

Despite it being a hectic month workwise, I’ve managed to post every day (so far, hoping not to jinx it so close to the finish line!) and collaborate with the team at Desde la Fosa to post videos in Spanish every day. So happy about this. I hope I can keep collaborating here, as well as there, plus add some more videos in English to my YouTube channel.  Thank you all for visiting the blog and reading what we share with you.

Now, on to the topic for today:

August 29: What was the best-run RPG crowdfunding campaign you have backed? Continue reading #RPGaDay2017 Day 29: Let’s kick(starter) things off!

#RPGaDay2017 Day 21: “Brevity is the soul of wit.”


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.”

[Freebies] 7th Sea Basic Rules


John Wick’s 7th Sea is a pen & paper roleplaying game  of swashbuckling and intrigue, exploration and adventure. The 2nd Edition of said game has totally new rules which are very easy, fast, and which encourage swashbuckling action.

I never played the 1st edition but from what I’ve heard the rules it used where much more crunchy and had the tendency to make anything more flamboyant than poking enemies with a stick very hard. I don’t really know if that’s true, but in the case of the 2nd Edition you can actually check out the rules before you buy the game.

There are three free PDFs on the official John Wick Presents website, which include the rules and full character creation, and a setting primer. I’ve included the direct links to the PDFs below for your convenience:

The free PDFs look great and should be a perfect introduction for the game.