Monthly Archives: April 2009

Collateral 07 – True20 Review

Didn’t get enough juice to inform your True20 buying decision from the Accidental Survivors’ review? Here’s another one, this time slightly less chaotic (slightly). After using True20 for his Viking campaign, Fraser re-reviews it based on his play experiences. His … Continue reading

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Re-Reviewing True20

Didn’t get enough juice to inform your True20 buying decision from theAccidental Survivors’ review? Here’s another one, this time slightly less chaotic (slightly). After using True20 for his Viking campaign, Fraser re-reviews it based on his play experiences. His verdict … Continue reading

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Take This Survey, or The Coffee Gets It!

The Accidental Survivors would like to ask you a favour. We’d like you to head on over to the RPG Podcast Listener Survey and take the aforementioned survey there. Actual figures and information on listeners is tough to get, and … Continue reading

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SEP is dead. Long live SEP.

I’m not in the RPG industry any longer. I mentioned SEP on the latest episode of Collateral and talked about the industry. My industry–the industry I knew–was in 2006. That was the year my first daughter was born. SEP died … Continue reading

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Collateral 06- Publishing Is Not a Prize

In which Fraser goes off on a rant touched off by a “contest” in which the “prize” was being published in a product that would be sold at a profit for the company hosting said “contest.” That ain’t a prize, … Continue reading

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Pathetic Whining Ahoy!

After a few glasses of wine, I get nostalgic for the SEP glory days. If you have a strong stomach, feel free to swallow the tripe.

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