Spellbound Kingdoms, one of my favorite small press Fantasy RPGs has just come out with a revised edition with a whole bunch of changes to refine an already impressive game. I’ve been keeping an eye out for this since I’d heard that it was in production and now that the revised edition is out, and […]Read More Spellbound Kingdoms, Revised Now Available!
My sudden absence from blogging came from an unfortunate combination of a sudden deluge of work, and the fact that my home internet connection died. That said, I’m back, and blogging, and today we’re looking at several game lines that I’m keeping an eye on that will hopefully be coming out this year. I’ll be […]Read More Games To Look Out For In 2011
After the past week of taking a vacation and stressing over two Typhoons that decided to visit the country one after the other, I find myself struggling with something to write about. I think this is just inertia at work, and my brain desperately needs to get warmed up before I can start churning out […]Read More Roleplaying Games I’ve Yet to Play (But Desperately Want To)
Been thinking of Spellbound Kingdoms lately when I’m not brainstorming on Exalted, and at the moment I’ve got a few ideas percolating in my head. Nothing entirely concrete just yet, here’s what I’ve got. Chronicles of the Penitent Genre: Gothic Fantasy 3-5 Players, Only 1 Spellbound Character allowed The Chronicles of the Penitent follow the […]Read More [Spellbound Kingdoms] Campaign Concept
Now that I’ve made my first pass through this book, I was pleased to note that there is a certain amount of implied progression in this game. Spellbound Kingdoms uses the familiar Class based leveling system, but what struck me about it is that the Player Characters progress from being individuals to leaders. While this […]Read More [Spellbound Kingdoms] Implied Progression & Organizational Maneuvering