So me and the grill-fiend went and saw Dunkirk the day before yesterday. I can’t say it didn’t deserve its good reviews, because it probably did. And the aeroplane combat scenes were just great. In fact, so great, they made me want to write a system for flying planes in your RPG system. Or mostly … More Aerial Combat (and also Dunkirk)
It’s not thick (barely past 60 pages) but stuffed full of things. It isn’t a traditional adventure in the way of “here’s a villain and a town and a quest go do it”, but more like a toolkit for building a sprawling, crazy city. Several random tables; “I loot the body”, buildings, aristocrats, and many … More Got my hands on the Vornheim book
A few days ago I acquired the book Burning Wheel Gold (as I had intended for some time now but it had been out of print). It may be one of the only games I could see myself running RAW (that is, “rules as written”, for those that didn’t know). It’s a really nice book, … More The Burning Wheel Acquired
So I finished reading this book I spoke of. (The surprising thing isn’t that I’m done, but that it took this long… the book is only around 110 pages). Anyways, I promised a review/impressions post, so here it is.