Monthly Archives: March 2016

Broken Tiger: Tales of a Divided Throne

So far, I’ve been calling my planned setting/system for a second-world Korea Choson, which was the name I was using for a previous game set during the Imjin War that I ran at Gen Con 2008. That is no longer … Continue reading

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Systemized Choson

I have many ideas for the new Choson RPG – new name forthcoming – and much of that is tied to system. Like Centurion, I’m starting this from the ground up, with no inspiration spurring me on. I have an … Continue reading

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Choosing Choson

I am resurrecting Choson. Not the nation/dynasty, but the idea for an RPG. And I’m a little bit excited about it. Let’s hope the enthusiasm lasts. Here’s the thing, I have never really created a setting for publication. Well, that’s … Continue reading

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Hadrapole Darkness

I have returned to fantasy RPGs. I previously mentioned how I had to split the Ottawa Warband. I now have two groups for which I run games. One group picked the post-apocalyptic offering and the other picked the fantasy one. … Continue reading

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Why Does One Venture Into the Waste?

One of the new games I’m running with my local is a post-apocalyptic actioner that has the working titles Warlords of the Wastes. First: yes, I am aware it needs a better title. But beyond that, I am running it … Continue reading

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