Some ways back, I dove into Owen K.C. Stephen’s Anachronistic Adventures line for Rogue Genius Games. All in all, a satisfying method of importing pulp-style heroes in a fantasy world. However, the classes as written lent themselves to a “strangers in a strange land” kind of game. If you wanted a “A Connecticut Yankee In King Arthur’s Court”, the books were just for you. While the rules basis is made for pulpy heroes, you can easily modify the rules to fit this day and age. Back then, this line of books was teased as a pulpy supplement to make your PF games more modern. Or at the very least, you could play as Ash Williams from Evil Dead/Army of Darkness! However, the creator himself admitted that the game relied on core PF rules and needed more to be its own setting and world. Thus, over the next couple years following release, mini playtests and other bits were released and the final version was originally brought to the public via a large bundle pack. However, it wasn’t till several updates cropped up till the content was more suited for its own independent game. A couple of weeks ago, the revised book was released in a bundle pack for the observant and lucky few to dive into. Fortunately, the book was later released in online stores like RPGNow for all to purchase. So, with fresh eyes and a better understanding of pathfinder, how does this updated book hold up? Especially considering it’s made with games independent of Paizo’s fantasy setting in mind, does it hold up on its own? Let’s roll some dice and find out!
It’s no lie, I love almost anything cyberpunk! For some reason, the genre always clicked with me. And when it comes to tabletop games, all the better! I’m no doubt a DEM fanboy of sorts, but their stuff is just that awesome. Without further ado, my take on their RPG, Neurospasta.
Loved Cyberpunk 2020, perhaps even D20 Cyberscape? Always wanted to run Shadowrun with the D&D rule set? If you said yes to any of these, DEM promises quite the game! Let’s see how good this program really is. Megacorporation hacking tips and review after the jump!
So, mutants and monster; I propose an idea! The idea came to me in a fever dream (or rather, something that popped into my head while I was getting over a flu.) For about a year I’ve been dabbling with Pathfinder homebrew on my Tumblr blog. So, who would be interested in making seeing a new blog dedicated to creating pathfinder homebrew here? Tumblr was a fun website, but not a professional one. Besides, I only use Tumblr for funny pictures, reposts of my articles, and talking with fellow artists/writers on techniques and ideas nowadays. To me, moving to WordPress marked something new, something better.