In the e-mail: @GregStolze’s ‘The Forgotten Monk.’

The Forgotten Monk is set in the fantasy RPG world of 13th Age; fortunately, Greg Stolze knows how to write, so I’m not worried that this will be a problem. The book is not actually out yet, though. I got an early copy, thanks to the Kickstarter. I figured that it wasn’t really much of a risk, because, again, Greg Stolze knows how to write. Besides, the more money he makes now, maybe the faster the new edition of Unknown Armies comes out…


Just finished “SINNER” by Greg Stolze.

SINNER was not bad, especially when you consider it was a five buck Kindle special: it was an interesting superhero (well, supervillain) novel which engaged my interest enough to read it through in one sitting. Greg Stolze has done some serious crackerjack roleplaying game writing; if you’re into that then you should check this one out.


In the Mail: Grim War.

Grim War was written by Greg Stolze and Ken Hite for the Wild Talents superhero RPG, and it promises to be full of the occult-meets-mutant-meets-Cold-War goodness that I would expect from those two.  I’m a sucker for horror/occult spy stuff, to be honest*; I dunno if I’d run a game using that sort of thing, but then one of the deep, dark secrets of the roleplaying community is that we read this stuff for fun even if we’re not going to do an actual campaign about it.

Moe Lane

*If you are, too: Declare.  Tim Powers.  If you haven’t read it yet, do so if you wish to have a pleasant few days.

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