Tag: OSR

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#RPG #PUBLISHING EP4: HOW BIG SHOULD YOUR GAME BE?

RPG PUBLISHING EP4: BOOK SIZE?

BOOK SIZE? How big should your book be? Because sometimes seeing a 600 pages RPG can be super daunting for a lot of people, and that includes me! Do you need to publish something that huge?

How to publish your #RPG Ep. 3 - Publish or Self-publish

Publish or Self-publish? How to publish your RPG Ep. 3

Choosing if you want to publish or self-publish is an important decision. Each has its pros and cons and one has to be ready for the consequences. This video has been produced for www.gmsmagazine.com. Please help our channel by subscribing and commenting and support our Patreon Campaign if you can: https://www.patreon.com/gmsmagazine In this video, I…
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Interview with author Peter Wacks: The Caller of Lighting

Interview with author Peter Wacks: The Caller of Lighting

This is an interview with renowned author Peter Wacks about his recent book The Caller of Lightning. Please help our channel by subscribing and commenting and support our Patreon Campaign if you can: https://www.patreon.com/gmsmagazine You can find out more about Peter here: http://authorpage.com/peterjwacks/ And get The Caller of Lighting here: https://amzn.to/3dmiioJ BOOK THREE IN THE…
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Interview with Darren Pearce , author of Judge Dredd RPG

Interview: Darren Pearce and Judge Dredd RPG

ENPublishing released Judge Dredd after a successful Kickstarter campaign and the game has seen some interesting releases added to it. So why aren’t more people into it? Please help our channel by subscribing and commenting and support our Patreon Campaign if you can: https://www.patreon.com/gmsmagazine Judge Dredd has been a referent in the world of comic…
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#Chaosium's Lynne Hardy: Realism vs Verisimilitude in #Roleplaying #Games

Chaosium's Lynne Hardy: Realism vs Verisimilitude in Roleplaying Games

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 with things in-game that are totally impossible…
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