3/08/2009

Out & About

I finally got some time to sit down and catch up on my blog reading. I haven't been out and about the RPG Bloglands for some time, its nice to see that everything is still as good as ever.

There's an Open Game Table Logo contest at The Core Mechanic.

Also at The Core Mechanic, it looks like Open Game Table recently hooked up with Indie Press Revolution.

If your interested in a first impression look at the RPG Blogger Anthology head over to The Fine Art of TPK.

You can always count on James Raggi at Lamentations of the Flame Princess to start a good nerdfrontation. In case you're wondering what a nerdfrontation is you can check out my post.

Role Playing Pro has an excellent post on How Roleplaying Video Games Have Affected Tabletop Roleplaying Games.

At Greywulf's Lair, Greywulf chimes in on the recent WOTC GSL update with his post Dungeons & Dragons not Licenses and Lawyers.

Mega-Dungeons everywhere...

First there is the new Dungeon A Day Monte Cook project. Its a paid subscription website mega-dungeon thingy that's in "the old-school tradition", using 3.5e rules.

ChattyDM is also getting geared up for a mega-dungeon of his own using 4e rules.

James Maliszewski of Grognardia is getting ready to mega-dungeon it up as well.

Blogs like Sham's Grog 'n Blog, and Alex Shroeder are also talking about the subject.

But the mega-dungeon project that I am most anticipating is from Oddysey at How to Start a Revolution in 21 Days or Less. Her mega-dungeon idea is pure freakin' genius, just read the post you'll understand.

3/04/2009

The Godfather of Gaming

One year ago today we lost the godfather of gaming, Gary Gygax. On this day lets all pause to remember the impact and incredible inspiration his creation has had on our lives and the lives of millions of others all around the world.


Get out those old school books and game.