If Wizards of the Coast get their way scrapping the Open Game license, it will be a disaster for creatives in the roleplaying industry – but it will also hurt them.
So, a bit of background for context of this review: I’ve been roleplaying since I was 9, back in 1983. Over the last 30 years I’ve played all sorts of games, mostly GMing, but never really got that sense of unbridled joy and creation that I got from playing those games as a kid when… Continue reading The One Ring RPG Review: You Can Never Go Back Again
I’ve been exploring quite a lot of roleplaying games recently, but Microscope is probably the most unique I’ve come across thus far. Arguably, it isn’t even a roleplaying game, although roleplaying is part of it. The goal of the players is not to play a character but to create a fictional history, potentially spanning tens… Continue reading Microscope: roleplaying history fractally