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Beasts & Barbarians campaign start: Loads of fun!

Fight for the ship continues

Today, I finally started my Beasts & Barbarians campaign. We were able to start after our little girl got to bed and played more than 4 hours. Savage Worlds wasn't that fast this time, the last fight of the night took quite long. Still, it was eventful and full of action, so I don't think a bit of slowness was a bad thing. And as everyone's getting more experience with the system, I have no doubts about the fights getting faster.

PbtA Star Wars on demand, part II: The Clone Wars!

The Jedi fight separatists on two fronts; On a volcaning mining planet and in Space!

Tracon 2019 went by and I was running Star Wars games in the event again. While I was running Rebel era adventures the last time, this time I was running Jedi characters in Clone wars. 

This Star Wars -on demand was run with simple World of Dungeons -like PbtA, which once again proved to fit action-oriented Star Wars very well.

 

Cemeteries in tabletop games – thoughts, inspiration, links

View to Montmartre cemetery

Cemetery, Graveyard, Necropolis, City of the Dead. Pretty much every fantasy city, town and village has such, and they have a great promise of adventure: Necromancers looking for bodies, haunts with unfinished business, buried treasures and even a whole unholy domain, especially at night time – as Necropolis and it's Dark Reliquary in Ptolus.

PbtA Star Wars on demand – perfect combination!

Rebel team in a tight spot on a volcanic planet

RPG's have never felt this much Star Wars!

In September I was running Games on Demand at Tracon (Tampere / Finland). I prepared materials to run Rebellion era Star Wars with a simple PbTA system, and it was a perfect hit! During 2 days I run 6 games with 3-6 players, shortest game being 50 minutes and the longest extending to 1h20min as no-one was in hurry.

Found my Favourite dungeon (-60% off now!)

Great piece of Wardenhale public spaces dulled by poor lamination material :(

I found my favourite Dungeons! For quite a while, I've been trying to find dungeon tiles that look GOOD. (I've been spoiled by Heroic Maps' Cemetery Crypts that are the single best looking pieces of dungeons I've seen.) I've following Heroic Maps at DTRPG quite closely and don't know how this got published without me realising it, but I found it now when I realized Heroic Maps has -60% off their prices right now!

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