Gaming in Neverwhere

I posted my review last night of the novel Neverwhere after my second reading of this splendid book by Neil Gaiman. The reason I started reading it was that I was preparing an urban fantasy rpg game set in London for a gaming weekend with some friends. The game didn't happen, in the end we … Continue reading Gaming in Neverwhere

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Review: Grave Peril

Grave Peril by Jim Butcher My rating: 4 of 5 stars The third in the Dresden Files series. I felt this was a better read than the second, helped by the growing familiarity of the main characters and the inclusion of Michael. As with the other books in the series, this was an easy action … Continue reading Review: Grave Peril

Review: The Dresden Files Roleplaying Game: Volume One: Your Story

The Dresden Files Roleplaying Game: Volume One: Your Story by Leonard Balsera My rating: 4 of 5 stars I bought this on the back of Evil Hat's first outing with FATE, The Spirit of the Century, as part of a burgeoning love affair with the FATE rpg (roleplaying game). For those who don't know what … Continue reading Review: The Dresden Files Roleplaying Game: Volume One: Your Story

Making GM-Prepping Easier

Just read an interesting article on prepping for GMing roleplaying sessions: Prep-Lite Manifesto- The Template I know that I try and prep too much and can veer towards the railroady if not careful. Might try following this template for my next session - particularly useful as I'm using FATE/DFRPG which lends itself to this with … Continue reading Making GM-Prepping Easier