Archive for October, 2011

Awesomesauce: The Fantasy Bestiary

October 26, 2011 3 Comments

Yesterday, I introduced a brand new RPG to the world, one that I came up with in about two minutes. That game: Awesomesauce. Today, I bring you Awesomesauce: The Fantasy Bestiary. Special thanks to @samldanach for all his help on this one! Bestiary The following monsters are listed by their Awesomesauce level. 1 Awesomesauce Kobold, […]


Awesomesauce: The Roleplaying Game

October 25, 2011 7 Comments

Today on Twitter, I created a new RPG. The game is even simpler than Risus, and allows anyone to pick up a set of d6’s and play instantly. Instantly. CHARACTER CREATION Name your character. They begin the game with 1 Awesomesauce. Play the game. THE GAME When faced with any challenge, your character will roll […]


Lots of Projects

October 24, 2011 1 Comment

I’ve been posting up things on Twitter, little projects I’ve been working on, and almost every time, someone says, “Jeeze, man, how many projects are you working on?!” Good question. My hobby is collecting projects. I’ll often begin working on something, then leave it to the side when I become bored, only to come back […]

-Game Design, Fiction, Magic: The Gathering, Miniatures, News, Podcast, Pointman Hacker & Thief, Preview, Ruminations, Spy, Star Wars RPG, Super Heroes, Toil & Trouble, Warhammer 40

Fiasco Playset: With Great Power…

October 20, 2011 4 Comments

We’ve done it! My brother Andrew and I have made a brand-new playset, the second I’ve worked on. You will of course, remember Toil & Trouble, my set that takes place at a particular wizarding school. Well, now we have a brand new playset, “With Great Power…”. This playset throws you into the center of […]

Fiasco, Super Heroes

Lots of News

October 17, 2011 No Comments

Wow, I’ve got a lot of news, which I’ve forgotten to show you all! Firstly, a couple weeks ago, I got some Dungeonstone in the mail! Leo of Dungeonstone was on the RPG Circus Podcast, where he discussed his methods for making them, as well as other things. I told him I’d be definitely buying […]

Dungeonstone, Podcast

Savage Worlds Transformers: Sam Witwicky & NEST

October 12, 2011 No Comments

Good morning! Today, we tackle the stats for Sam Witwicky and the NEST (Networked Elements: Supporters and Transformers) team. All of these utilize the Savage Worlds Explorer’s Edition, and do not include any other rules outside the Explorer’s Edition book. New Edge: Decepticon Killer (Prerequisites: Seasoned, Strength d6) +1d4 damage to Decepticon-Loyal Cybertronians when Ganging Up with […]

Savage Worlds, Transformers

Savage Worlds Transformers

October 11, 2011 No Comments

I know, I know, the Transformers movies are “an abomination”, “the worst thing ever seen on film”, or “noise, noise, noise”. I’m of the opinion that “pyrotechnics are it pirouettes, cacophony its crescendo, its fat lady a skinny ingenue.” Was Revenge of the Fallen riddled with plot holes the size of the pyramids? Yes. Has […]

Savage Worlds, Transformers
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Hey! Listen!: Fairies as a Playable Race in 5e

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