Category Archives: RPGaDay2017

Sunglar’s Year in Review!

Hello one and all, and welcome to my look back at 2017, and a look at what may be in store for 2018. I don’t pretend to do a retrospective for the blog itself, but just about my gaming experiences this year, hopefully our readers will find it interesting. Here we go…

This year, besides collaborating here in the blog and participating in Puerto Rico Role Players, I tried two new things I had not done before. Playtesting and starting a video channel. The playtesting  came about when the new Alternity game was announced. As a HUGE fan of the previous version of the game I enrolled to participate in the playtest right away. I rarely participated in playtests because I loathed to interrupt my regular game, so to get around this I decided to run the playtesting at a local FLGS that had jut opened in a new location. You can see a video of some of that playtest on this link. Continue reading Sunglar’s Year in Review!

#RPGaDay2017 Day 31: The future’s so bright, I’ve gotta wear shades!

Day 31 of #RPGaDay2017. And so, another year of RPG a Day comes to an end. This has been a particularly good one for me. Managed to post every day. Here in the blog we were joined by a new contributor. This year I’ve also joined a new team making Spanish vlog content, Desde la Fosa, and I’ve also created a pair of videos in English for my personal YouTube channel. I really hope to keep up the pace and not disappear from the blog until August 2018, because you know I’ll participate next year.

So, let’s get going with the last question:

August 31: What do you anticipate most for gaming in 2018? Continue reading #RPGaDay2017 Day 31: The future’s so bright, I’ve gotta wear shades!

#RPGaDay2017 Day 30: Gaming Mixology

Welcome dear reader to Day 30 of #RPGaDay2017. Tomorrow is the end for 2017. The month has just flown by! The topic for today’s discussion is:

August 30: What is an RPG genre-mashup you would most like to see?

When you think about it, many mashups that come to mind are either already out there, in one form or another, and would be easy enough to adapt to an RPG. Space cowboys? From Firefly to Bravestar! Angel Miranda, from ARMR Studios mentioned a western-fantasy combination in his video for today, that’s a mix I’d certainly like to see, specially a fantasy world with western elements, not a fantastic version of the west. There are books and comics that meet the criteria of a western-fantasy mash up. There is an interesting a list here. Continue reading #RPGaDay2017 Day 30: Gaming Mixology