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Review – Command & Colors Napoleonics from GMT Games

Richard Borg has designed a series of games based on a similar system – Battle Cry, Memoir 44, Battlelore, Command & Colors Ancients and more latest incarnation of the system is Command & Colors Napoleonics. I’ve played them all and have a pretty good sense of how the core system works. Now just a couple pf points…

Inkantations: A Sourcebook of Tattoo Magic & Body Art

This pdf from 4 Winds Fantasy Gaming is 52 pages long, 1 page front cover, 3 pages editorial and ToC, 1 page SRD, 1 page advertisement, 1 blank page inside back cover and 1 page back cover, leaving 45 pages of content, so let’s check it out!

Raging Swan Press releases Stock Art: Shields

Raging Swan Press is delighted to announce the launch of a new art line designed for publishers, GMs and players: Stock Art: Shields! Each entry in the Stock Art: Shields line depicts a different coat of arms or heraldic device suitable for use as a PC’s personal sigil, the insignia of a local lord, the…
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Conversation With A Gaming Innovator #5: Eric J. Carter

Well, it’s time again for another of my jaunts into proper journalism, and this week we have another game designing, illustrating, and graphic designing phenomenon, the great Eric J. Carter. Who, you ask, is this? This is one of the best illustrators out there right now, that’s who.

Judge a book by (more than) its cover!

Let me make this clear. I am sick and fed up of big companies selling us badly designed books. I am sick and fed up of companies selling us very expensive books we don’t need. I am sick and fed up of companies selling us fluff material that doesn’t enhance the gaming experience enough to justify the expense.