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Now THIS is old-school: A review of the Cavemaster RPG

There’s a school of thought which argues that a role-playing game’s mechanics should reflect or evoke its genre. I don’t agree that it’s always necessary — a good GM and her players working with a flexible set of rules they … Continue reading

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Bunnies & Burrows: The best Old School RPG you’ve probably never heard of

I’m currently DMing a 3.5 campaign in which all the player  characters are nonhuman animals.  We meet every two weeks, and most of the group seem to be enjoying themselves a great deal.  The party consists of a black bear … Continue reading

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Advanced Basics: Labyrinth Lord review, Pt. 2.

Reading the Labyrinth Lord Advanced Edition Companion from Goblinoid Games forced upon me a self-revelation: as noted in Part 1 of my review, I’ve never actually played Advanced Dungeons & Dragons. Ever. Not even once. All those years I only … Continue reading

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Advanced basics: Labyrinth Lord review, Pt. 1

Gonna let y’all in on a little secret: I never actually played Advanced Dungeons & Dragons. Sure, I had all the core books for both 1e and 2e, but all I ever really used from them were the races, classes, … Continue reading

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