Opens May 22nd. Here’s the trailer: http://movies.yahoo.com/feature/indianajones.html?showVideo=1 How much more “Old-School Adventure” can you get?Continue reading →
I think, therefore I may be.
This quiz is actually fairly accurate for me — at least with respect to what I’m not as interested in in RPGs (combat and getting the most powerful character possible). However, I would not describe what I am interested in … Continue reading →
A member of one of the non-gaming message boards I hang out on saw this blog and sent me some Tunnels and Trolls links — including lots of freebies! Thanks to Oaksworn for this information. Randall,I didn’t see an option … Continue reading →
In the 1990s, I spent a lot of my spare time trying to design a very simple, universal roleplaying game. I was attempting to recapture the spirit of the games I started playing in the mid-1970s. I finally decided that … Continue reading →
While I was an assistant sysop on GEnie Science Fiction Fandom RoundTable (SFRT3), we developed a number of games designed to be played in our RoundTable’s chat rooms. We couldn’t call them games, however, as that would have made the … Continue reading →
As most of the commercial adventures designed for Original D&D were published by Judges Guild, I knew I was going to have to dig out my Judges Guild stuff sooner or later so I could list the better D&D adventures … Continue reading →
Hi. I’m Randall. I started playing Dungeons & Dragons in 1975 when I was a freshman in college. It wasn’t long before I was dungeonmastering. I ran roleplaying games almost every week from 1976 to 1992 or so — mostly … Continue reading →