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We released the first edition of Apocalypse Prevention, Inc. (API) almost six years ago. While the game line has been successful and is still picking up new fans all the time (mostly from conventions), we at Third Eye Games decided it was time to update the system to the caliber of our current ...
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Much has been said about the staggered release of the new D&D rulebooks and as much as I understand the complaints, I don’t really think it is all that big of deal in the grand scheme of things. Some say that the staggered release will hurt D&D’s chances of gaining any ground lost to ...
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Steven T. Helt is Paizo’s RPG Superstar for 2013 and the project coordinator and a writer for Cross Of Fire Saga Adventure Path for the Pathfinder RPG. Steven took a few minutes of his time to answer some questions about his Kickstarter.
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Every once in a while, when I am running events at a convention, a dealer who knows me will drop off a game for me to check out. At ConGregate in Winston-Salem, NC, Dan of Walt’s Cards (out of Maryland) dropped off Shadows Over Camelot, The Card Game, a game based on a very good board game. ...
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Stone age RPG settings can be something of a hard sell for most gaming groups. Due to what passes for society being at the tribal level, there really isn't much of an infrastructure to support traditional adventuring parties. One way around this is to introduce deliberate anachronisms. As part ...
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Matthew J. Hanson is the founder of Savage Worlds licensee Sneak Attack Press. Their latest offering is Kronocalypse. Kronoocalypse is a time-travel mash-up setting where cavemen, wizards, sky pirates, and cyborgs unite to save time itself.
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I wanted to create a world where, rather than jumping from dimension to dimension, the entire planet was made up of disjointed pieces of different worlds from alternate dimensions. This gives the world a strange economy and each land holds an interesting relationship with its neighbors, since ...
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Cascadia has proven to be a fairly descent hotbed of adventuring with the previous two adventures in this series and this closes it out in similar fashion. In this adventure, the players have a great opportunity to do something big for the patron throughout the series and be greatly rewarded. ...
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With much anticipation, the release of the 5th edition of the classic Dungeons & Dragons is upon us, with the first teaser product on the shelves – the Dungeons & Dragons Starter Set. In the interest of full disclosure, I will say that I was not a huge fan of the major changes in 4th edition ...
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Forever instantiated in geek culture are the immortal words of the captain of the Firefly, “I aim to misbehave.” These simple words can inspire a variety of ideas for adventures as well as adventurers. They are quite commonly used in game sessions to announce when a party is ready to take ...
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