Sci-Fi Beta Kappa — Animal House: The Alien Takeover!

Today, I had the opportunity to play an interesting game called Sci-Fi Beta Kappa. Yes, you read that right and it sure sounds like a frat house party game. If that was your initial thought after reading the title you’d be partly right. Sci-Fi Beta Kappa is an interesting game. Is a light-hearted role-playing game…

BROGFest 2015 – Organizing is in Full Swing

 The end of the year is coming fast and I have so much left to do to finish organizing BROGFest 2015. You’re not familiar with BROGFest? Well, if you are a wargamer, historical gamer or just like the company of great gamers at a small convention you need to know about BROGFest! BROGFest specializes in…

100 RPGs to Celebrate the 100th Post

So, this is my 100th post and I have pondered long and hard as to what to talk about. To me the 100th post is a monumental goal I honestly didn’t think I would reach, let alone before the end of the first year. Needless to say I want the content of the post to…

RPG Stomping Grounds – Where Do You Get Your Fix?

Have you ever realized that you spend too much time at a particular gaming website? I know I do! I a frequent RPG Geek on a regular basis almost as if it were a religion unto itself. I tend  to find much of what I am looking for there; anything from adventure ideas to game…

Numenera – Breaking it Down (Part II)

In this installment of the series I will be discussing Task difficulty and die rolling in Numenera. Like all other RPGs the GM presents the characters with a story and in doing so, theybecome an integral part of the story. Will the characters live or die? Will they change the course of the story arc itself…

Numenera – What is it?

In the recent days I have decided I was going to form a new voice of IP (VoIP) gaming group and the game of choice will be Numenera by Monte Cook. This decision prompted me to pull the rule book off my shelf and blow the thin layer of dust off the book (a terrible…

Numenera – Revisiting an Awesome RPG

Last year at this time, Numenera was delivered to my door by the postal Gods. Thank you Monte Cook Games for on-time Kickstarter fulfillment. By the time the books had arrived I had already begun playing the game with some local friends at the FLGS. I enjoyed the short lived games immensely as a player….