Monthly Archives: January 2014

Star Wars vehicle playing cards, and a silly game to play with them

So, I first heard about these on Zak Smith’s D&D blog a little over a year ago. I did not immediately get any because their availability and pricing on Amazon have been wildly variable, and it seemed like whenever I … Continue reading

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More Pacific Rim BattleTech

It’s a new year, and that means: more games! And our most recent games of Pac Rim BT have been enhanced by the addition of Pac Rim HeroClix figures. We don’t have anything like a full set yet: 4 of … Continue reading

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It’s coming

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Skipheath Fort, and nice things about lazy maps

I made this for a D&D-by-Skype campaign I am running with my friend Matt Benoit. It’s supposed to be about 3 miles on a side, with the buildings not to scale (Leviathan Ruin, on the other hand, IS to scale). … Continue reading

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After the Battle of Hoth: a Star Wars RPG snowbox

This adventure starts at the end of the Battle of Hoth. The PCs are among the handful of Rebels that survived the battle, but now all of the transports are gone and they’re left behind. They’ll have to be sneaky … Continue reading

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Epic Dune pun battle

This really happened. Big ups to Rob Hill for kicking it off. Click to enFremenate.

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