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Nasty, Brutish, and Short: Eric Bloat’s Zombie Hack RPG

Sometimes, a little At is all you need.  Back in the 80s, I ran the first zombie horror game I’d ever attempted. The genre wasn’t omnipresent at the time, the Romero films were mostly what we had available. I used the Chill RPG from Pacesetter as my base rules. We had fun. I never once imagined a day when there …

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Avremier From Here: A Series of Gems for a White Box

http://drivethrurpg.com/browse/pub/12971/Mothshade-Concepts David A. Hill presents new worlds to conquer for fans of the original White Box edition of the game. Being a review of the first in David A. Hills “Avremier” series of supplements for Original Fantasy RPG.   The creation of fantasy worlds is a tradition among roleplaying enthusiasts as old as the hobby itself. Gygax, Arneson, Bledsaw, and …

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Learning to Hack with Hackmaster Ted

Ghengis Con 41 Hackmaster playthrough! I recently had the pleasure of attending Genghis Con 41, held in lovely Colorado every year on the third weekend of the month of February.  I will be writing up a short review of the convention, but there was one piece due to the previous Hackmaster articles that I felt deserved to be the subject …

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What’s On Your Shelf? Shelves of the Past and Present

This week we are spotlighting Jan Egil Bjune’s extensive shelf collection all the way from Norway . Nearly game shop-like in arrangement and density, Jan’s shelves show off a collection of both older, classic RPGs and an embracing of new, currently published games. There is quite a breadth of companies’ games he’s collected. I chose the feature image from the …