I’ve been interviewed and reviewed!

July 19, 2010


Michael Wolf of Stargazer’s World asked me a few questions last week about Microlite Dark Sun as well as some of my other efforts like Simfanad. The interview went up side by side with a review of MDS by Roberto Micheri aka (Sunglar)! I’m excited. Yes, I “work” with these guys (and talk to Michael […]

Turn of a Friendly Card

June 20, 2010


Most tabletop roleplaying games make use of some kind of random element to inject tension and determine the answer to questions such as, “Can I open this lock?” or “Do I hit my enemy?” With a few notable exceptions (like the Amber Diceless RPG), tabletop RPGs use dice of various kinds for this random element. […]

Grand Reopening

June 4, 2010


I have decided to come back to PD. Posts will still be occasional. I’m working on gathering my thoughts about Pathfinder and the new supers game called ICONS and hope to have a couple good articles for you very soon.

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Interview with the AntiPaladins

January 27, 2010


While I was waiting for Randall Stukey to be able to get back up and running (if you’re reading this, please help support Randall and his wife in these tough times) Ray Nolan and Phil Morris of AntiPaladin Games contacted me about doing an interview. How cool is that? I eagerly pounced on the opportunity, […]

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Interview Delayed, But Big News

January 20, 2010


I was in communication with Randall Stukey, creator of Microlite74, for an interview when his computer died. There’s a possibility that it might be the power supply, meaning he could be back up and running with in a week or so. Let’s hope.

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Interview with Robin Stacey!

January 17, 2010


For my first interview dealing with microlite games, I went straight to the root. Robin Stacey, also widely known as Greywulf, is the creator of Microlite20, a condensation of the 3.5 edition d20 SRD into an easily-manageable, pocket-size game.

Examining the Microlite

January 14, 2010


Over the past couple years, the phenomenon of “microlite” gaming has grown considerably. Starting with Microlite20, the trend of boiling systems down to their barest essential elements has taken on a life of its own, including Microlite74 (and the upcoming Microlite75) and the new Mini-Six from AntiPaladin Games. I’ve been a fan of Microlite20 for […]

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