Into the Unknown!
I’ve been a fan of Kevin Crawford’s work ever since I got my hands on the free copy of classic Stars Without Number as a wide eyed fifteen-year old who had never played an RPG in his life. So the Kickstarter of his newest game, the fantasy sandbox game Worlds Without Number, got an instant … Continue reading Mighty Deeds of Arms Hack for Worlds Without Number
Dune is one of those ancient classics of the strategy board game world. It holds the distinction of being one of the first board games where the different players received vastly different advantages. And it has captured players imagination ever sine it came out decades ago. I received a copy of the reprinted and updated … Continue reading Thoughts on the Dune board game
If you’re like me you’re probably a huge fan of the old Planescape setting, and I mean, what’s not to love? Eldritch beings, worlds of ideas and belief, and fifteen factions to wheel and deal with. Those factions are probably one of the things Planescape is most known for, ranging from belligerent atheists in a … Continue reading Planar Crawl Classics: Faction Abilities
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