Category: osr

  • noisms and the Hall of the Third Blue Wizard

    I interviewed noisms, who blogs as Monsters and Manuals, publishes noisms games, and is best known for his fantasy game setting Yoon Suin, the Purple Land. Right now he’a running a Kickstarter for The Corridor of the Seventh Green Magic User  The Hall of the Third Blue Wizard, a zine featuring high-quality commissioned RPG modules and short […]

  • Gespenwald, Cairn, and the NSR

    Firstly, I have a new thing out. It’s called Gespenwald, comes in the form of a PDF (printable as a double-sided A4 trifold), and can be downloaded here. I will have printed copies available in a couple of months. It kicks off with a children’s rhyme: On Narren Night, my love and meWe met beside the […]

  • FTFA*

    * Fuck The Fucking Acronyms**** Yes pedants, <whiny voice>it’s an intialism not an acronym</whiny voice>. That’s not how English works. My spell checker doesn’t even recognise the word “initialism” and neither does 99% of the population TL;DR – Old Man Shouts at Clouds Ever since I rediscovered gaming and the OSR (which I always assume […]

  • What’s so great about OSR?

    What is so great about OSR? Genuine question. I gather people can get quite heated about this topic but… help a newbie out here. Since I started playing RPGs again about 3 months ago, I’ve gravitated towards some of the more indie stuff out there (I have to say that it’s great to see the […]