Tag Archives: historical gaming

Sword’s Edge in the North West

I have been posting examples of different genres using the Sword’s Edge rules both here and on the Kickstarter. You have backed the Kickstarter, right? Right? So far, I’ve done a Roman alternate history and a fantasy example. This time, … Continue reading

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Sword’s Edge, What is it Good For?

Swords Edge is a generic role-playing game, that is to say it is not tied to any genre or inspirational fiction. Instead, Swords Edge provides mechanics that can be used over a wide range of stories and campaigns. I should … Continue reading

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The Incredible Sound of Hulk Music

I’m introducing some co-workers to the joys of role-playing. They have never played an RPG before, but have heard of D&D. At our Christmas Party, my hobby was brought up and when I explained it, there was sincere interest, so … Continue reading

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How I Messed Up Nefertiti Overdrive

I posted this earlier on Sword’s Edge, but I think it’s important enough to be posted at both, so here you go: my huge regret regarding Nefertiti Overdrive. Just after I put out the Quickstart rules for Nefertiti Overdrive, I had … Continue reading

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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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The Good, The Bad, The Weird . . . Overdrive

  Sorry I’ve been so quiet. I am actually getting work done – both coursework and a little RPG work which I’ll share shortly. For now, I just want to remind you that the Good, the Bad, the Weird was an … Continue reading

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Edge of Inspiration: Bronze Age Trade

You know I kind of dig ancient history as a setting. Nefertiti Overdrive – set in 25th Dynasty Ancient Egypt – is on its way to backers and should be in stores by November and I had previously dabbled with … Continue reading

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Centurion Overdrive – the Palmyra Connection

In the listen through for the Great Courses lecture series Great Pharaohs of Ancient Egypt, I mentioned an idea for an adventure in Roman times with the magical crown of Egypt as the MacGuffin. While Centurion: Legionaries of Rome is … Continue reading

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