Over on Mastodon, I've been posting a bunch of covers for purported obscure GURPS books, along with a few "facts" about each one. Here's the original Mastodon thread. Most people got the joke, but I think a few are still searching for these. I'm posting them here for posterity. GURPS Canada The development of this … Continue reading The Lost Books of GURPS: RPG books that probably didn’t exist.
I've finished up my entry for the Late-Stage Capitalism Jam over on itch My Gods Are Algorithms, And They Are Hungry - A GM-less, competitive, storytelling game about influencers in a post-human world. It's set in a future where the world is ruled by mysterious, inscrutable AI gods. The players are Influencers, people who try … Continue reading My Gods Are Algorithms, And They Are Hungry
Last year I joined a itch game jam called the Pleasure-Not-Business Card Game Jam, where participants created a RPG game or supplement that would fit on a business card. For my entry I created a little sci-fi game called Planck. It's essentially a Cepheus Engine\Quantum Engine system stripped down to its bare essentials. It's designed … Continue reading Character sheet for Planck, a business card RPG
I've been spending time on Mastodon, chatting about RPG stuff. It's been a lot of fun. I'm at tabletop.social, but a lot of RPG people are at dice.camp, both RPG related instances. Just wanted to throw together a bunch of useful RPG related links I posted or found there, both for my own reference, and … Continue reading What the Mastodon taught me: A collection of RPG links
Just finished up a one-shot of Riverbend (Itch | Exalted Funeral), a fantasy fishing RPG from Gustavo Tertoleone and Victor Amorim. It's a charming, rules-light little fantasy setting. Highly recommended. Players are "Villagers", who travel down a river basin, exploring, battling abominations, and most importantly - fishing. It's basically a pointcrawl set on a randomly … Continue reading Riverbend: A mini-review, sample setting, and character sheet for a fantasy fishing RPG
Occasionally, when I've got nothing better to do (and often when I do), I'll kill time by making some mock RPG covers in the style of older books. They're mostly modified images of real old books. I usually post these to Twitter, MeWe, or more likely these days, Mastodon. Seriously, if you're looking for good … Continue reading Antique RPG covers that never existed.