Tag Archives: RPG

Thinking about RPGs

This isn’t a post about Rocket-Propelled Grenades – I’ve been thinking about RolePlaying Games lately.  The post will be a bit about my personal life, a bit about old-school roleplaying games, and a bit about more modern games.   If my readers don’t tell me to shut up because this is a boring topic, I’ll […]

Highly Suspicious Blogs

I’m sorry I haven’t been posting this month.  As I mentioned in my last post, I’ve had some career-related issues.  I have a huge backlog of short story and novel reviews I’d like to write, so hopefully I can hit the keyboard again soon.   I’ve also been failing in another of my duties as Planetary […]

Maps of the World

If I’m at my computer without a specific task to perform, I’m likely to create strange things. Today, it was these maps. I decided to upload them in case they might spark a story idea in an author or roleplaying gamer. For those of you who’ve wondered what the world would be like with eight […]

More Dogs in Science Fiction

In my previous post, I was only able to come up with two science fiction works where dogs were important characters. Fortunately, readers came to my rescue: Misha Burnett, in addition to mentioning a dog-themed role playing game, provided this example – more in the realm of fantasy than science fiction, but still very interesting: […]

Computer Game: Grim Dawn

Unrated On a recent inspection tour of North American defenses, I played an alpha version of Grim Dawn. Although I enjoyed the game, I’m not giving it a rating, as I only played it briefly, and it wasn’t a finished product. The game is set in a post-apocalyptic version of Victorian Britain. It is an […]