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Trying to adapt Apocalypse World/Dungeon World to handle Eclipse Phase

So, as a bit of a project, I’m going to chip away at trying to hack Dungeon World/Apocalypse World to run Eclipse Phase. Will it work? Well, it could. I have no doubt that someone could make a really neat … Continue reading

02. June 2013 by Michael
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Kingdom by Ben Robbins – A storytelling game where you follow a community, the people that live in it, and how they change over time from the designer of Microscope

  Microscope by Ben Robbins is one of those roleplaying game systems (storytelling games? history building game? I don’t know, but you get the point) that I’ve wanted to try out for quite a while. Those that play it seem to … Continue reading

01. June 2013 by Michael
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First time running Dungeon World – I’ll call it a success

So, last night I had my first opportunity to run Sage LaTorra and Adam Koebel’s Dungeon World. My first impression was that it is really everything that I could ever want from an old-school D&D inspired game. I really concentrated my … Continue reading

31. May 2013 by Michael
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