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Podcast Episode – The RPG Interview Room: Brendan Davis and Sertorius

Sertorius is the latest offering from Bedrock Games and has been launched, much to everyone’s surprise, without any Kickstarter influence whatsoever. And it looks pretty amazing. No, really. It does. After the publication of Arrows of Indra, the company devoted all their efforts into creating a game with an unique approach to magic and offer…
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The G*M*S Magazine Podcast Episode 46 Part 2–Colonial Gothic with Graeme Davis

Graeme talks, in depth, about his passion for Colonial Gothic and the reasons that brought him into it. His cooperation with Richard Iorio has been pivotal in developing a setting and world that is seriously stunning. If you’re looking for a historical based alternative to Call of Cthulhu, this is exactly what you’re looking for.

The G*M*S Magazine Podcast Episode 46 Part 1–Warhammer Fantasy with Graeme Davis

Welcome back everyone to the podcast. Just to make things confusing, this is the first part of episode 46, but it’s coming out after episode 47. A glitch in Mathematics, what can I say? Maybe it’s not such an exact science as they claim!

Flames of Freedom: Boston Besieged

I was recently at Dragonmeet and by accident got my hands on this adventure for Colonial Gothic. Although I wasn’t familiar with the setting, I am very familiar with its existence and with the work of Graeme Davis, one of the two writers who’ve created this adventure, the other being Richard Iorio II, so I decided this had to be quality writing.

The Edge Of Night review

The Edge of Night is an adventure for Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay 3rd edition. Written by veteran of Warhammer universe Graeme Davis, it did promise from the very beginning to be an interesting product. Coming from Fantasy Flight Games, it did also promise to be of very high quality production.