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RPG Research: Sea Raiders Vs. Ugarit

Okay, so my most recent #RPGResearch post goes a little something like this: In The Philistines and Aegean Migration at the End of the Late Bronze Age, Assaf Yasur-Landau references one of the most common primary sources on the Sea … Continue reading

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RPG Research: Kushites in Egypt

I’m not very vocal on Twitter—my main social media presence . . . if it even qualifies as that. One thing I’ve recently done is posted little history tidbits I learned while doing research for RPGs—either games or adventures. I’ve … Continue reading

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Building Crawl

I haven’t seen a lot of movies that I would consider good “dungeon crawl” movies, but two that came to mind recently are Dredd and the Raid: Redemption. Both follow a very similar plot – though production schedules suggest that … Continue reading

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Inspired

My latest thing, as anyone who follows this blog will know, is Borderlands. It’s not the first and it won’t be the last bright, shiny object. The world is so full of inspiration – especially in the entertainment media – … Continue reading

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Borderlands on the Tabletop

Elsewhere I’ve admitted to be addicted to Borderlands. I had a quick dip into Borderlands 2 last night, and I figure I’ll probably be hitting that soon enough. Other than loads of entertainment, computer games can also give one a … Continue reading

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Cowboy Burn-Bop

The long awaited final chapter to the Burn Notice suite of mini-settings/campaigns is the SF setting. This one is tough, because I’m torn between space opera and cyberpunk. I wouldn’t go hard SF simply because I don’t think that fits … Continue reading

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Spec Ops Burn

So, I’ve written up mini-settings for Burn Notice campaigns in both a fantasy and Victorian horror genres. Let’s look at the modern genre now. Granted, Burn Notice is a modern action-adventure, so rather than a spy character, let’s cook up … Continue reading

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Victorian Burn

Continuing Burn Notice as the basis for a campaign, I wanted to continue to follow the genres presented in the True20 Revised Edition, though not in the order presented. This time, I want to look at horror. Now I’m not … Continue reading

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Hadrapole Burn

Earlier, I wrote about Burn Notice and creating campaigns using it as a template. One night after watching a couple of episodes, I had ideas for all sorts of campaigns. I noticed that the campaigns I had imagined fit the … Continue reading

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