Tag Archives: roleplaying games

George RR Martin obviously plays Dwarf Fortress

After spending the last entry gushing about expanding Vampire: the Masquerade‘s various archetypes,this time I’m going to be talking about narrative. Specifically the consequences of its lack and the impact that lack has on those who interact with it. Take … Continue reading

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Vampires Should Take Up Knitting! Or Maybe Baking. Or Ballet. But Only If They’re E-e-e-evil…

Apologies for the extended hiatus, I’ve been very distracted by both real life and Vampire: the Masquerade of late. So much so that I’ve now got another section of this website devoted to various rules expansions and interpretations of the … Continue reading

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The Highly Confused Heroes of Magic the Gathering

After some shuffling of pages, the rules for combat, spellcasting and guidelines for converting spells from Magic: the Gathering to Magic: the Multiverse are now up. The system should be just about playable now, although it still feels very bare bones, and … Continue reading

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And like Magic, there was Content!

I’ve posted the section on character creation for my MtG-based roleplaying game (for now entitled Magic: the Multiverse). You can find it in the menu at the top of this site. As ever, any thoughts, comments, opinions, criticisms and condemnations … Continue reading

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