Games I like: Microlite20

Because our regular Numenera Game won’t happen due to absence of a player, our GM Michael (aka Stargazer) decided to run a one shot set in TOS era Star Trek. He settled on “Where No Man Has Gone Before” as the system to run it with, and what a great choice. WNMHGB is the best…

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Wyrdland – BBF meets Conan

Hello all, it already has been a year since I did this hack of BBF, but for some reason I never published what I have. Time to remedy that! It only consists of three new races, the new Mystic skill, and 4 new specializations for the Spellcaster skill. As the new races we have Slyvary, the…

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My Favorite RPG Releases of the last few years – Part 2

Hello all, This is a continuation from my previous post. Without further chit-chat, here it goes: Hulks & Horrors This game actually had an Indiegogo campaign at one time that sadly did not complete successfully. Still a mystery to me. Check the link out for some sweet space bear artwork! The creator did release his…

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Savage Worlds continues to impress

It has been a bit more then a year now since I stopped using Savage Worlds. While I played D00lite in the meantime my main go to system was Barbarians of Lemuria. While it is a great, easy going, system I do miss some of the crunchiness of Savage Works and especially the fantastic range of…

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New Covert Ops Release: Operation “Olympus Rising”

It took a while, but finally the second Short Assignment for Covert Ops with the title “Olympus Rising” has been released by DWD Studios. The 23 Page PDF has the familiar clear and good looking layout you are used to for DwD Studio Titles. While the adventure does not contain any artwork it does have several detailed, full…

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New BareBones Release – Spellcards

This week finally saw a new release from the DWD Studio Folks. A small accessory for all the Bare Bones Spellcasters out there. I can´t comment on the physical properties of the cards as I only have the PDF. I am fond of cards for spells and abilities since the first sets of spellcards appeared on Drivethrough back when…

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