A fantasy game by Ken St. Andre and Steve Perrin, licensed to the fiction by Michael Moorcock, first published by Chaosium in 1991.
[This post is adapted from activity at the Patreon.] It would be nice to consider rapier fighting. If by “nice” you mean skilled murder with horrible, terrible instruments uniquely designed for exactly that. I’m thinking mainly about civilian violence and including off-hand instruments including other weapons, bucklers, and improvised defenses. Seriously, these things are nightmarish. […]
We are now four sessions into Stormbringer Tales and I am satisfied with out progress. In the beginning I envisioned two sessions per “year” or episode or, what I am now calling series as if it were a BBC show. Turns out it looks like 3 sessions or six hours of play may be the […]
Stormbringer Tales is an actual play I have been trying to get off the ground for about three years now. It has had its up and downs, but an appreciation for the source material and fondness for the system (especially Chaosium’s 1st edition) has kept me motivated. However, my prep and expectations have changed over […]
I cannot as yet summarize or eulogize or otherwise “state” my response to Greg’s death. It wasn’t that much of a surprise, yet was as hard as they all have been. He was a grandmaster of this activity we do, and he was my friend. This five-video discussion is more of a celebration of encountering […]