The Great Pendragon Campaign Recap – 480-481

I’ve been interested in Pendragon for years and have dabbled in it a little. I’d been intimidated for most of those years, with the commitment required for a decades-spanning campaign. After an attempt at RuneQuest didn’t quite work for us, we switched gears to Pendragon. We’re playing a bi-weekly game – I’ve done the math and…

King Arthur Pendragon: Book of Sires Now Available

This one is for all of you King Arthur Pendragon fans. Chaosium just announced the newest book in the 5th edition series, Book of Sires. The following is taken from DriveThruRPG. TheBook of Sires explores events ranging from the humdrum years of garrison duty to some of the most famous historical battles seen in the years…

New Line Editor for Pendragon and Related Titles Announced

New Line Editor for Pendragon and Related Titles Announced at Gencon David Larkins was announced as the new line editor for Pendragon and related titles at the Pendragon Round Table panel at Gen Con 2018 on Sunday, August 5th by Greg Stafford of Chaosium and Steve Wieck of Nocturnal Media. David is best known for his long-running…

The Essential List of King Arthur Pendragon Roleplaying Books

Earlier this year I was part of an engaging online conversation about King Arthur Pendragon and what books were essential versus nice to have. The following is a really well laid out synopsis by Reddit user Bimbarian. The following is used with permission. All of the mentioned books can be purchased from DriveThruRPG. The rulebook…

Is it Good to be the King? Yes, but Being a Blogger is Better

There are lots of great reasons to be a game blogger. One of which is working directly with publishers and from time to time getting the chance to get advance information about great games. Today is one of those days! My friends at Nocturnal Media know that I am a life-long King Arthur Pendragon RPG…

Pendragon – The Journey has Begun

This past weekend I began running King Arthur Pendragon (KAP) for the first time in nearly 20 years. Holy hell! I forgot how much fun the game is, but also all the little nuances of the system. I have a slight re-learning curve before I will feel confident in my ability to run this amazing…

A Look at The Great Pendragon Campaign POD Book Quality

Yesterday, I received the hardcover Print on Demand (POD) copy of The Great Campaign for King Arthur Pendragon (KAP) RPG that I ordered right before Christmas. The turn around time, even with the holiday, was pretty quick. Here’s a look at the POD product so you can make an informed decision if this book in…

RPG Review: Tales of the Spectre Kings (KAP)

Tales of the Spectre Kings Publisher: Green Knight Publishing Year Published: 2001 Page Count: 128 Available Formats: PDF and Print Cost: PDF – $9.99 or Print – Varies from site to site PREMISE: The premise of Tales of the Spectre Kings is to bring together a mix of Pendragon adventures that focus on otherworldly adventures in Britain. The…

King Arthur Pendragon, Dragons of Britain

Recently, I have began playing a Play-by-Forum game of King Arthur Pendragon. This is by far, one of my favorite games and game systems to date. I have been playing of system off and on for nearly 20 years. Taking up the player reigns once again I found myself looking at everything I own for Pendragon and …

Product Review: Dragons of Britain Magazine

Dragons of Britain Magazine The Journal of Gaming in Arthur’s Britain Editor: Steff Worthington Publisher: Stygian Fox Page Count: 64+ Binding:  N/A Available Formats: PDF Cost: Free! PREMISE The Dragons of Britain magazine seeks to bring, new, fan-created material Pendragon themed material to the masses. Each magazine features several articles, exposes and adventures for King Arthur Pendragon, The Age of Arthur and…