Archive > March 2010

Scheduling, Projects, Axe Cop (with lemon)

When I was working full-time for Mongoose, scheduling time was comparatively easy. The month went like this: 1) Get assigned new project #1 2) Do a bit of research, outline it, get enthused about it. 3) Get told that new project #1 has actually been changed to new project #2. 4) Curse the gods, curse [...]

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Making a City

I started a new D&D4e campaign with my sunday group. It’s the third time I’ve tried running a fourth edition campaign for that group. I’m having trouble hitting the right tone – the first game’s setting was too restrictive, the second was my attempt to run Old School play with a ruleset that’s not suited [...]

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Cubicle 7 Entertainment to publish roleplaying game based on Charles Stross’ Laundry Files novels

Cubicle 7 Entertainment is producing a roleplaying game based on the award-winning Laundry series (The Atrocity Archives, The Jennifer Morgue, and the forthcoming The Fuller Memorandum) by the even-more-award-winning Charles Stross, and uses the also-award-winning Basic Roleplaying System (Call Of Cthulhu) by Chaosium Inc. “We love the Laundry Files novels, so we’re really excited about this game,” [...]

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Bundle Reviews #4

Two quick reviews as I run out the door…

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