James Edward Raggi IV posted on his facebook about the backlash to Zak Dindu Nuffin Sabbath. Whatever your sentiments are about this whole affair (e.g glee, indifference, a yearning for homosexual intercourse), you will note that I called it a day before it went down. I made a post to the company Facebook page Friday night, answered … More A Chronicle of the Fall of Lotfp Pt. II; Meltdown
Midnight upon a silent field. Where the day before raged a clash of titans, now not a living soul remains. Even the crows have long departed, leaving behind them a landscape of clean-picked bone and broken weapons. The moon appears from behind a covering of clouds to bathe the landscape in soft light. A titan’s … More The Doom of King James
As I have finished my consultations on Cha’alt and Palace of Unquiet Repose is getting to be near completion my buddy Malrex, RPG-tycoon, author of nine billion modules and Co-Author of the inimitable Red Prophet Rises as well as Watson to my Sherlock when it comes to PoUR, approached me for something different then the habitual … More Introducing: The City of Vermillion Kickstarter
Froth’s of DnD gives the Merciless Merchants a much deserved shout-out: One of the harsh lessons of life is that talent doesn’t equal success. Timing, who you know, and so many other variables come into play. Any aspiring musician knows this. I know from my day job that over 80% of all job openings are … More Some love for the Merciless merchants
And has a damn fine grasp on what inspired it and made it tick. Lest I sully the noble hungarian’s honeyed words of praise with my own vulgar hooting, here is the gib from the horse’s mouth: The first part of the adventure is Khazra’s canyon, where the People of the Bull took camp. The place evokes … More Vorpalmace raises the Red Banner
Another perfect score for Red Prophet Rises by hardly the least of OSR figures. The prolific Melan is a frequent contributor to Knockspell, Fight On, wrote several bazzilion adventures , might be the only man besides Bryce and myself with that many OSR reviews and has a permanent seat at the tenfootpole household for MOST … More More luv for Red Prophet Rises!
I can’t say I’m not immensely pleased with the verdict. The writing is evocative without being verbose. At one point there’s a captive centaur forced to fight an opponent to the death. He continues trampling his opponent on the ground “long after the cheers of the crowd have ceased.” Recall, this is a warrior blood cult. … More Meanwhile over at Tenfootpole.org…
So on a completely different note: After backseatdriving for about 3 years now I took the plunge. The last two months I have been talking, writing and collaborating with Aaron Fairbrook, author of The Chest, on an absolutely kickass adventure titled The Red Prophet Rises. As of today, I am proud to announce it is now on sale … More PrinceofNothing & Malrex Present: The Red Prophet Rises
I am back. Toronto is a vast urban desertscape, a nightmarish chimera consisting of equal parts The Village, World of Darkness New York and Disney’s It’s a Small World. Upon my pilgrimage along its endless boulevards of pet shops, tattoo parlours and small buisnesses with THIS STORE SOLD CIGARETTES TO MINORS signs decorating their front … More PrinceofNothingInterviews: 10 hard-hitting questions for Bryce Lynch
It is good to receive recognition for one’s best efforts. Never in a million years would I have conceived that a man of my humble stature and modest following would receive recognition for my service to the OSR. Like an early christmas miracle, the time has finally arrived. John Tarnowski, an avid follower and close friend, … More RPGPundit officially endorses Review as proof of Dark Albion’s greatness, gets minor details wrong.