Kickstarters are a really important part of TTRPG publishing and some companies depend on it. Shades of Vengeance is one of said companies with more than 50 projects on their backs. How do they do it? This video has been produced for www.gmsmagazine.com. Please help our … [Read more...] about RPG Interview: Successful Kickstarters with Ed Jowett
A blessing and a curse clocks in at 5 pages, 1 page front cover, leaving us with 4 pages of content, so let’s take a look! Please support Endzeitgeist Patreon: http://bit.ly/EndzeitgeistYou can buy A Blessing and a Curse from here: http://bit.ly/2T2mYcG The concept of … [Read more...] about A Blessing and a curse review by Endzeitgeist
Something Wicked is the latest release from Frenzy Kitty Games, one of the very few (if not the only) #TTRPG in South Africa. Does this Pulp Horror game have enough to offer? You can buy Something Wicked from DriveThruRPG: http://bit.ly/sthingwicked There is far, … [Read more...] about RPG Interview: Something Wicked with Gareth Graham from Frenzy Kitty Game
Chaosium’s line Editor Dr. Lynne Hardy is a true expert on the matter of finding gaps and holes in stories and #RPGs, and thus, she knows a lot about our topic: Reality vs. Verisimilitude. Whether it is a Fantasy, Horror, Science Fiction or any other genre, we deal … [Read more...] about Chaosium's Lynne Hardy: Realism vs Verisimilitude in Roleplaying Games
Oftentimes people talk as RPGs as therapy, specially when someone want to bring some hard content to the table. Here I dispel some myths. Please click here and help our Patreon campaign if you can. TTRPGs as therapy is a very well spoken topic brought up very often by a lot … [Read more...] about Are RPGs therapy?