Jurassic Park: Chaos Theory – A Savage Worlds Adventure

For my generation, Jurassic Park is Star Wars. Well honestly, Star Wars is every generation’s Star Wars, but Steven Spielberg’s 1993 blockbuster turned kids of my age onto dinosaurs, CGI, and Sam Neil. Josh and I had been reminiscing about Jurassic Park lately and I realized Savage Worlds would be perfect for running an adventure … Continue reading

GM Musings: Star Wars Saga Edition

I finally brought a group together for a second session of my Star Wars Saga campaign, and Josh’s latest article inspired me to share some thoughts on it. I don’t want to get too detailed about upcoming events in the campaign since my players may be reading, but nothing is stopping me from talking about our … Continue reading

The Slaying Stone – A stellar starting experience for D&D fans new and old

Many DMs these days have a love hate relationship with Wizards published adventures. From where I’ve been sitting through the life of 4th edition, they seem to be less and less popular as far as basing a campaign on them goes. They tend to fill gaps, or have bits of them appropriated for the DM’s … Continue reading

Space Hulk – Session Recap – “Exterminate”

In the far future, mankind’s glory is dying out, but a few embers burn brightly. The Blood Angels are one of these embers, a Space Marine chapter in the service of the Empire. They now find themselves inside of a “space hulk”, a colossal derelict which drifts through the void, made up of innumerable vessels … Continue reading

Arcane Legions – An Early Look

One of the perks of writing for this blog is that I can say that I write for a blog. One of the perks of knowing the folks behind Myriad Games is that I get to preview quite a few games these days, some good, some bad, and some SUPER SECRET. During their excursion to … Continue reading