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20 steps to writing RPG adventures - steps 1 to 10

Writing RPG adventures – steps 1 to 10

This is the first of two videos in which I give you twenty steps to designing and writing your RPG adventures. Whether it is for your own #TTRPG or for publication, there are some steps that you can follow that can give you what you need to get your work finished. It doesn’t matter if…
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Pathways #9

This installment of RiP’s free e-zine is 46 pages long, 1 page front cover, 1 page editorial, 1 page SRD, 18 pages of advertisements, leaving 25 pages of content for our perusal, so let’s check out what we get, shall we?

Book of the Faithful II Review

The second instalment of the Book of the Faithful series contains powerful magical weapons, all infused with the soul of a former believer or trapped within.

Kobold Quarterly Magazine

Many magazines have tried in the past to make an impact in the gaming market for many many years. Most of them have perished either for lack of readership (though I doubt that very much) or lack of revenue (getting hotter!) or simply because the owner wanted to make sure they had complete control over the contents and wanted to go fully digital (no prizes for guessing here!).

That has left the market for those of us who like to read on paper as well as on screen very starved!

Enter Kobold Quarterly. And what an entrance it is!

World at War

Guards Tank: The Battle of Prochorovka, July 1943, designed by Joseph Miranda, is the first of the new East Front Battles Series. The series will present operational simulations of medium-to-large-sized battles fought during World War II on that front.