Weird Books for Gamers VI: The New Soviet Psychic Discoveries by Henry Gris and William Dick

This is the sixth in my series of capsule reviews of non-fiction books from my library that would be useful or inspiring in RPGs – Weird Books for Gamers This is a 1978 book that purports to be an expose of psychic and parapsychological research in the Soviet Union. The New Soviet Psychic Discoveries by … Continue reading Weird Books for Gamers VI: The New Soviet Psychic Discoveries by Henry Gris and William Dick

Psi World: New Fillable Character Sheets for a dead RPG.

In 1984 Fantasy Games Unlimited (FGU) put out Psi World, a role playing game set in a near future Earth where a psionic minority is oppressed by the non-psionic majority and governments. It seemed to have been strongly influenced by the David Cronenberg movie Scanners. Only a few supplements were published, and then the game … Continue reading Psi World: New Fillable Character Sheets for a dead RPG.