100th Post; Prince Congratulates Himself and You! the Reader

Still reeling from the sinking of Albion as divine punishment for leaving the Greatest Union that Ever Was and Will Be (RIP Von!), it is difficult to put into words the raging torrent of emotion churning through me at the achievement of my 100th post. Horniness, self-satisfaction, burning hatred, hunger, envy, self-satisfaction, heroin deprivation, indefinable … More 100th Post; Prince Congratulates Himself and You! the Reader

[Review]; No Dignity in Death – People of Pembrooktonshire (Loftp) ; The Beautiful People

We covered No Dignity in Death before, now we shall take a look at the expansion, which is arguably a better work and which achieves some much needed fleshing out of the weirdo town of Pembrooktonshire and its quirky inhabitants. This is not an adventure. This is a list of npcs with adventure hooks strewn … More [Review]; No Dignity in Death – People of Pembrooktonshire (Loftp) ; The Beautiful People

[Actual Play] Lost on Carcosa Pt. XV; The Nine Banes of Uyu-Jadhmogh

(I instituted a new houserule. Upon death you keep half your xp. Pretty gay but jesus the deaths were getting out of hand). As our heroes grappled with the urn there came on the Guardian, a wailing thing of molten obsidean, devouring all that came in its wake. Seeking to slay it by destroying the … More [Actual Play] Lost on Carcosa Pt. XV; The Nine Banes of Uyu-Jadhmogh

Not all bad; Anna Kreider a.k.a Wundergeek finally speaks out against gay killings on behalf of ISIS.

Oh Halycon 2016. Though thou art surely a harbinger of horrid (albeit cathartic) violence to come, thou doth provide us with a plentitude of soft targets in the meantime. Case in point, crazy cat-lady and rabid feminst loon (scheduled to be one of the speakers at Gencon 2016, largest tabletop gaming convention in america, because … More Not all bad; Anna Kreider a.k.a Wundergeek finally speaks out against gay killings on behalf of ISIS.

PrinceofNothingReviews; No Dignity in Death – The Three Brides (loftp); I am not a Number. I am a free man!

I keep getting drawn back to Loftp. Not because it is good (though some of it certainly is), but because it is very rarely dull. Raggi’s old adventures thus far have been, with the possible exception of Death Frost Doom, takes on venerable adventure templates; the wizards tower, the wilderness adventure, the tomb, the tomb … More PrinceofNothingReviews; No Dignity in Death – The Three Brides (loftp); I am not a Number. I am a free man!

Heresy! SocJus launches treasonous assault upon our Benificent God Emperor.

2016 is thus far a very tempestuous but interesting year if you are in the mood for mockery and targets with -8 size modifiers to AC. BellofLostsouls, tabletop gaming news site, is apparently sick of retaining credibility and its audience and thus decides to weigh in on an important topic that no doubt concerns us … More Heresy! SocJus launches treasonous assault upon our Benificent God Emperor.

PrinceofNothingReviews; The Grinding Gear (Loftp); Something something something Tomb of Horrors

Grinding Gear by the ever-prolific James Edward Raggi IV is about as close to a traditional dungeon crawl/tournament module as Lamentations of the Flame Princess ever gets (and I predict will get), surpassing Hammers of the God in traditionality. In an ironic twist, it surpasses most (certainly not all) of the newer Raggi works in … More PrinceofNothingReviews; The Grinding Gear (Loftp); Something something something Tomb of Horrors

Horrors of the Age of Dusk; the Wolves of Final Night

Message found scratched on curiously aged mausoleum walls under deserted city (name unknown) within the Eastern Lotus desert. “…is important to set it down where TIME cannot easily erase it. TIME is their weapon. Parchment crumbles and memory dies but WORDS carved in stone last long enough. We forget the lessons of the past like … More Horrors of the Age of Dusk; the Wolves of Final Night