It's finally here. Months after getting our Numenera books we're finally running our one shot (or maybe double shot) adventure. I think it's safe to say that -- scheduling snags aside -- we're all very excited to play the game.
When I use the #gameday hashtag for my Sunday tweets, it's usually about gaming groups weekly board or RPG sessions. When the rest of the world tweets #gameday, it's usually about football.
I've finally joined their ranks. A few guys at work got together and formed a fantasy football league of eight teams led by web developers, editors, writers, and web designers. We're using ESPN's Fantasy Football tool to manage everything.
These photos could make for some great establishing shots in a Numenera campaign. Never mind that we didn't need to wait a billion years to get something so alien looking... http://science.time.com/2013/10/14/alien-earth-our-planet-from-above/pho...
There was a time when I listened to podcasts, particularly RPG podcasts, religiously. They accompanied me during my home improvement projects, on my walks to work, on long road trips, and even at the gym.
I decided to upgrade my Savage Worlds collection with two new purchases: Savage Worlds Deluxe Explorer's Edition and Beasts and Barbarians: Golden Edition.
It's been a good couple of weeks for my favorite apps. Starbase Orion, Pinball Arcade, The Room, and Elder Sign: Omens have all seen significant updates.
Second Darkness is ending. Our first-ever Pathfinder adventure path campaign, began in September 2011 and is concluding about two years later.
We played Pathfinder every two weeks, the exception of the occasional schedule cratering by holidays and summer vacations. We worked our way through the entirety of the first three books in the series, but skipped a good chunk of the fourth book (which takes place in a drow city) and the entire of the fifth (which involves unearthing an elven conspiracy).
The apocalypse is back on. Ken Hite's The Day After Ragnarok is a campaign setting for Savage Worlds and Hero System that in which the Nazis' managed to summon the Midgard Serpent in the waning days of World War II, only to see the Americans slay it with a nuclear bomb.