In this episode Dale and I talk about Conception and the state of affairs for the indie conventions in the UK. Also talk about art direction and looks in RPG books. The conversation will take a more thorough and professional approach with Jon Hodgson, who was absolutely fantastic at answering rather tricky questions.
Shadows Over Scotland is a hard back, black and white book, part of Cubicle 7’s Cthulhu Britannica series. It is the product of quite a lot of writing by Stuart Boon, and believe me when I tell you there is a lot of material in here! This book is a weighty 280 pages divided in 5 chapters.
Adventure in the England that ought to have been… This is an expanded edition of the Merrie England supplement produced for Mongoose RuneQuest.
Welcome to the first episode of 2012! Delaying this episode a few days has paid off big time! The announcement of the new Dungeons & Dragons RPG edition came just a day before Dale and I recorded this program, which gave us the perfect opportunity to talk about something current and give you all something […]
By Paco Garcia Jaen I will make this clear. I am not much into Science Fiction. I am a Fantasy guy. Tolkien, Feist, Weis, Martin… I like my dragons, magic, armours and all sort of fantasy things. I haven’t read a Science Fiction novel since I read “The Weavers of Hairs” (or however it was […]