RPGNow Flood Relief Bundle

October 20th, 2010

Over at RPGNow you can get an amazingly good bundle of RPGs (including Covenant, Hot War, Contenders and many others) for just $25. All proceeds from the bundle are going to Doctors Without Borders for the Pakistan Flood Relief, so you can get a load of great games and help a good cause. Go here for bundle details

The Agency in Italian

September 12th, 2010

If you take a look over on the pages for The Agency you’ll see a new italian translation in the downloads section. Many thanks to GM Willo who put this together.

Pulp Scenery – Build Your Own Ziggurat

July 14th, 2010

My surprise addition for UK Games Expo this year was a new demo set piece for Pulp! The Ziggurat of Doom is a neat little demoing accessory that caught a fair bit of attention at the event. I figured it would be useful for folks to know how I went about making it.

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Restoring some lost continuity

July 5th, 2010

You may have noticed some changes, or that the articles section just grew quite a bit and that some of my game experiments just appeared in the sidebar. This is because I’m correcting a mistake from 2006 and migrating the ezine content across into this site. All this is content that had languished on the old org.uk version of the site, and that I wanted in one place because Realms is one site with different facets, not a set of distinct projects.

UK Games Expo 2010

May 29th, 2010

The first weekend in June is the weekend of the wonderful UK Games Expo, a three day long games extravaganza featuring the best of the UK’s boardgames, miniatures, card games, video games and RPGs.

I’ll be there with the Collective Endeavour, with copies of Pulp! and Covenant for sale. I’ll also be running a game of Covenant on Saturday morning, it’s called Ends and Means, but like all such scenarios it’s wide open for playroom input.

I’ll also be running demos all through the Saturday and Sunday in the trade hall. With a little surprise, if I can get my act together…