As I suggested in a previous post, we really are in a Golden Age of board games just now, and it pains me to see so many people sticking to old-fashioned, creaky games when there are so many elegant, gorgeous, or otherwise wonderful games available. Today, I am going to look at another venerable - if… Continue reading Getting a Clue
I have mixed feelings about digital books. On the one hand, I really like the idea of them and I definitely like the convenience of being able to pop online and get pretty much whatever you want at a moment's notice. I am not so keen on eBook readers, however, and you just can't beat… Continue reading RPG Books: Paper or Digital?
The third session of our The Dresden Files Roleplaying Game campaign deviated slightly from my expectations. We continue to follow the rough events of the first novel, Storm Front: This Thursday's session started off where the last one left off, with our heroes tumbling through a collapsing floor... or did they? In the end, two players managed to… Continue reading The Dresden Files RPG: Session 3
Last Thursday, my RPG group had our second session with The Dresden Files Roleplaying Game. Whereas the first session (described in this post) consisted mainly of character creation, the second session had a lot more gameplay. The group continued their investigations into a gruesome murder which may or may not have been committed with magic,… Continue reading The Dresden Files RPG: Session 2
Last night, my group started their first session of The Dresden Files Roleplaying Game. This was my, and their, first time using the Fate system, and I think it went reasonably well. In this session, we created the characters that make up the investigative agence, Unspeakable Investigations Ltd. The group is made up of two Pure Mortals… Continue reading The Dresden Files RPG: Session 1