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The G*M*S Magazine Podcast Episode 38 – Marvel RPG with Cam Banks and a surprise guest!

Thanks to Margaret Weis Productions, we can now enjoy the Marvel RPG. A new game based on the Cortex Plus system that has been designed to bring the comic books to life. Philippe Menard gave us a very good insight about this game in episode 32, but I thought we needed more, so I invited Cam Banks to come to the podcast and answer a few questions about the game. Of course being the inquisitive being I am, I couldn’t stop on the Marvel RPG and asked him about more things. Tons more things!

My character and organisation entry for Dragon Raiders

Recently Margaret Weis made a call in her Facebook page for characters and organisation entries for her soon coming out game, Dragon Raiders. It’s well known that I am pretty much in love with the setting and I loved the novel very very much, so it wasn’t difficult to come up with some ideas. Probably…
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Dragon Raiders NPC submission: Brother Ramiro.

This is one of the entries I have submitted to Margaret Weis Productions when she called for ideas and submissions for NPCs for their forthcoming game Dragon Raiders. Hope you like it! Brother Ramiro was born blind and quickly abandoned at birth by unknown parents. Ramiro was left at the door of the St. Geronimo’s…
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The G*M*S Magazine Podcast RPG Edition – Woman’s Special – #21

Firstly I wanted to have an episode with women. I believe there are a lot of women out there who’ve contributed amazingly to our hobby and they are under-represented and, most importantly, under-acknowledged. Yes, I am going political on this one!

Supernatural: A Review

By Kimberly Moser Supernatural is a new roleplaying game published by Margaret Weis Productions. It is a reflection of the popular television show by the same name. If you are familiar with the show the book/core game material will read like a dream. Otherwise the language is a little colloquial with plenty of colorful metaphors…
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