A fantasy game by [complex authorship, “revision design” credited to Andy Williams], published by Wizards of the Coast in 2003, owned at this point by Hasbro.
This post continues on from the ongoing game described in Shadows, good bards, and a lot of rules and Horses on Squares. Athes and Fenja are in pursuit of Galen, a well-known bard who may be in possession of a cup, chalice, or cauldron belonging to the town of Ryeton. In the previous session they […]
A figure chess rules system is one where the combatants take turns and during their turn they typically move and do some other stuff. There might be squares or hexes or one might do without. There are a few situations where most of them break down, with dynamic movement being the most glaring. My interest […]
Players: Helma and Tommi DM: Sean (me) After some play of older versions of D&D, specifically a AD&D2e inspired OS/R game (For Gold & Glory), there was some interest and talk about a) play more D&D and b) doing so for longer. I chose 3.5 because it gets lost in Pathfinder talk, which is fair, […]