The Black Hack by David Black (TBH from here on out) is one of my favorite rules-lite games on earth (maybe even on Mars?). It is simple, streamlined and oh so deadly. Coming in at 20 pages, this small system comes with Rules, Equipment lists, Spells and Foes to fight, making this invaluable for […]Read More The Black Hack, Baby!!!
I’m a sucker for an open RPG system. Systems like Fate/ Fate Accelerated, GURPS and 2d6 are some of my favorites to run for new gamers because of their ability to run a game in any setting. This helps meet the expectations of the players while also keeping the GM familiar with the system. Well, […]Read More Review of Shatter6 Open Roleplaying
So last week I wrote a review of Maze Rats by Ben Milton. This week I’d like to post a recap of the first game of Maze Rats that I ran for my 8, 6 and 4 year old children. Now, to preface this, the oldest two have played other RPGs before, with their favorite […]Read More Maze Rats Game Recap
Title: Maze Rats Author: Ben Milton In an age where all of geekdom seems to be enthralled with D&D 5th edition, I find myself going back to my roots with all of the solid OSR content out there. As a GM, there is just something special about running a game where things like encounter balance and challenge rating are […]Read More Delving deep with Maze Rats