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.
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.
Fuck me I swore I was going to go back to reviewing. It is almost impossible in this benighted era to turn around for one second without some maladaptive social justice freak saying something utterly retarded. Thus it should come as no suprise that I am about to weigh in on the topic of some … More Breaking news: Gaming has White male terrorist problem! Also Prince finally finds the courage to share a heartrending tale of his abuse at the hands of Native Americans.
It is no secret that Baldur’s Gate and its sequel might be one of the greatest adaptations of DnD to the world of video games of all time, (barring Planescape: Torment). I grew up playing the shit out of it and loving it to bits. The Forgotten Realms have never seemed so wonderous or exciting … More SJWs co-opt beloved classic Baldur’s Gate with identity politics horseshit, predictable backlash ensues.
This section concludes my perhaps overly detailed review of dreaded Carcosa. I was going to calculate what your actual chance is of starting with a psionic dude but I gave up halfway through when I figured out you get a chance of psychic powers starting from int/wis/cha 15, not 16. I have a theory that … More PrinceofNothingReviews: Carcosa[Pt IV: From the jaws of defeat]
Part III: Sorcery We press on. Next up are the rules for Sorcery in Carcosa. In response to the controversy generated by the atrocious nature of the sorcerous rituals, author Mckinney caved to the pressure of his critics and has gone on record stating that the evil rituals (those requiring human sacrifice, i.e all of … More PrinceofNothingReviews: Carcosa [Pt. III: Sorcer-eeee!]
[Campaign Setting] Carcosa (2011) Geoffry Mckinney & Chris Robert Carcosa was originally published independently by creator Geoffry Mckinney in little grey books in a format modeled after the Original D&D brown books. It was even given the hubristic secondary title of Supplement V, and was meant as an expansion to OD&D. It generated admiration and … More PrinceofNothingReviews: Carcosa [Part I+II.]