I can remember spending a lot of time pouring over the equipment lists in the roleplaying games I use to play ‘back in the day.’ I spent a lot of time pouring over the equipment my guy took into the dungeon with him, too. I’m probably stepping on a thousand toes here, but I’ve gotten … More Pack a Rope. And a Crowbar. Maybe Some Chalk.
Previously, I reviewed Astonishing Swordsmen and Sorcerers of Hyperborea. I talked about how I liked both the rules and the setting material, I just didn’t really like them together. Since then, I’ve started using the rules in my Keep on the Borderlands campaign (soon to be my Temple of Elemental Evil campaign) and it has … More On Hyperborea and Fate
Here comes the story of the Hurricane… If you don’t recognize the name Rubin Carter, that’s ok. You’ve probably still heard of him. He’s the subject of Bob Dylan’s 1975 song “Hurricane,” as well as a movie by the same name that starred Denzel Washington. If you still don’t know who I’m talking about then we … More Rest in Peace, Rubin “Hurricane” Carter
Our last game session was pretty intense. If you’ve been following along, you may recall that previously our stalwart heroes stumbled upon a back entrance to the evil temple complex within the Caves of Chaos. Therein they came upon a torture chamber and, after they subdued the torturer, he somehow managed to convince them that … More Keep on the Borderlands Session #9: Betrayal, Victory, and a Harrowing Escape!
Things have been a bit hectic here lately, but stay tuned for a synopsis of the exciting final (maybe?) session of my Keep on the Borderlands game, where we will also look forward to our next adventure, The Temple of Elemental Evil.