Felicity: A town setting for the Wild West game In the Light of The Setting Sun

I finally ran my first one-shot of In the Light of the Setting Sun, the wild west indie RPG from Jon Davis. Here's the notes for the town I created for the setting. I used it as a sandbox game the players could bounce around in. This post will list notable town locations. Future posts … Continue reading Felicity: A town setting for the Wild West game In the Light of The Setting Sun

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

Terra Incognita: Fillable Character Sheet

Terra Incognita is a RPG about a secret society of science-heroes called NAGS - the National Archæological, Geographic, and Submarine Society. They travel the world solving mysteries, discovering artifacts, and having adventures. It's based on the FUDGE system. It's currently on sale at the Bundle of Holding site for the next few days. - FUDGE … Continue reading Terra Incognita: Fillable Character Sheet

Weird Books for Gamers IV: Strange Creations by Donna Kossy

Here's a somewhat more academic work then the last few books. It's a review of various alternate theories of the origins of humanity from pseudo-scientist cranks, religious cults, and various grifters. It includes multiple Ancient Astronaut theories, various Creationisms, and a couple of ideas so bizarre, as to defy any easy categorization. Strange Creations: Aberrant … Continue reading Weird Books for Gamers IV: Strange Creations by Donna Kossy