GURPS stuff on Bundle of Holding.

GURPS 4E Essentials, GURPS 4E Fantasy, and GURPS 4E Space. I can recommend the game line: I have all of the stuff available in print, of course, and most of the PDF-only materials. Even at forty bucks for the extended deal it’s good value for the money. You’ve got a few weeks to acquire them, although the extended deal price will only go up…

The June Patreon stuff is up!

Huzzah! And my kinda-sort mini-vacation is almost at an end.


SWORDS OF THE SERPENTINE is at the distributors.

Just what it says on the tin.

Been looking forward for SWORDS OF THE SERPENTINE for a while. Helped playtest it, Kevin Kulp’s a good egg and I knew Em back in the In Nomine List days. I was extremely pleased to see her name on the cover; she does good work. Can’t wait to get my copy!

Looks like I’m gonna be getting some D&D time in.

Online campaign. They need a healer, and/or a fighter. Half-orc neutral good cleric with the Soldier background sounds about right*.

Moe Lane

*Any similarity between this character and Father Mike from FROZEN DREAMS is completely not coincidental. I’d prefer full orc, really, but it apparently won’t quite work in this campaign. Which is cool.


The Miskatonic Playhouse’s ‘The Dragon of Wantley’ drops tomorrow.

This looks interesting!

This is “an actual play video and podcast with regular guests and community scenarios” being put up by The Miskatonic Playhouse, which sounds… kind of neat, really. I don’t watch this sort of thing normally, but something about this tickles my fancy. Maybe it’s the promise of production values. Or I’m just curious to see what gaming looks like as a spectator sport, these days.

Continue reading The Miskatonic Playhouse’s ‘The Dragon of Wantley’ drops tomorrow.

New/Old/It’s Complicated GURPS Stuff!

Of most immediate interest to me is Fourth Edition GURPS Adaptations, which gives you advice on how to convert existing fictional worlds for your game. There’s also GURPS Template Toolkit 1: Characters, which is mostly technical advice on creating efficient game characters; GURPS Dungeon Fantasy Setting: Caverntown, which seems rather straightforward; and a reprint of the Third Edition GURPS Discworld Also, which I have a playtest credit for. And, yes: that was totally cool, and I am fairly pleased with myself for scoring the aforementioned credit.