Monthly Archives: April 2014

Shameless Shillin’, again

I have probably not mentioned on the blog that my newest hobby is hitting people with swords, which is a lot of fun and also unkinks my back nicely. Anyway, Guy Windsor, the guy who founded the School of European … Continue reading

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[SotE] Babbling about development and about Dorfs and Elves

Well, I’ve spent most of the Easter holidays having a terrible flu, so I hope you’ve had it better. All I managed to do designwise was some really incoherent notes and I thought I should do an update about how … Continue reading

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Intermission: Red Right Hand

I happened, while looking through my old notes, to find my old Red Right Hand game project. https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B4ZpWdqILVFvWGhJQWdCeE13VDg/edit At some point I should clean that up and put it on sale.

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[SotE] Getting ahead of things

While SotE is wrapping up ever-so-slowly (because you know, real life has always surprises for you), there’s a lot of material that won’t make it into the the first release. The part of the gazetteer that will make it has … Continue reading

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[SotE] Re-visiting character creation

I made a post earlier about the character creation process in SotE but it’s time to update it, since the game has evolved a bit during the design time (watch me blow through deadlines like it ain’t no thing). We … Continue reading

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[Shillin’] Mounted Combat for Dungeon World

The talented Andri Erlingsson has written Mounted Combat for Dungeon World and was kind enough to give me a peek. It’s really good. From a design POV, most mounted combat rules for RPG’s tend to either be too fiddly or … Continue reading

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SotE: Writing up equipment

I’ve been polishing up and filling out the equipment chapter of SotE, which has turned out to be one of my favorite things to do. Mostly because the setting itself has turned out to give me lots of ideas of … Continue reading

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