I put together the graphic in my previous entry to try and create a representation of the difficulty I have with the transition of a single franchise’s (AD&D) development. As I was playing around with this chart, it occurred to me that I’d never really attempted to figure out why I prefer the earlier versions… Continue reading Star Wars Saga v. Cortex
Okay, here’s something I’ve always wondered about but was always too chicken to actually try out in an actual game. So, I figured I’d simply ask it as a question and see what kind of response I get. Consider that a GM (such as me) came up to you and said the following: I’m going… Continue reading If you could, what would it be?
I’ve been thinking quite a bit about open rule sets recently. By open rule sets, I’m not refereeing to the OGL, but rather about generic game systems that allow the GM to create his own world. I own three of these systems – GURPS, Savage Worlds, True20 (and used to own a fourth: MasterBook from… Continue reading Open systems