Malandros RPG Launches on Kickstarter – Featured at VirtuaCon

Malandros: Tales From the Streets of Old Rio just launched on Kickstarter. While it has a very lofty funding goal of $77 USD to cover editing costs, it is built on a solid game engine, the DramaSystem. If you want to learn more about the game before backing it on Kickstarter, the designer, Tom McGrenery,…

Streaming In A New Direction: I Want Your Feedback!

Chateau Modoc has survived the great torrential rain in South Carolina. Well, mostly! We did end up with a few obscure water leaks and now we have to wait for an insurance mitigation company to be able to come out and assess the damage and determine repairs. I am happy to report the games are…

VirtuaCon Game Sign-ups Now Live

The folks over at VirtuaCon have compiled the game schedule (more likely to be added)¬†and have begun allowing players to sign up for games. If you’re interested in learning more about VirtuaCon or signing up for some games, please following the links below. Event Information Game Schedule (with details) Game Schedule (Spreadsheet version) VirtuaCon Google+…

ANTIGEN CON GM Submissions Are Open

The other day I talked about this free online RPG event for those of that can’t for one reason or another attend GENCON. The event organizer Jez Gordon has opened up a thread for interested GMs to submit their games. If you’re a VoIP gamer, I would encourage you to run a game and/or play…

ANTIGEN CON 2 is Coming!

This is an online RPG event for those that cannot make it to the real GENCON. I participated last year and had a blast. It’s small, but still very fun. You should check it out! The event is facilitated and organized over on G+ so, all you Facebookers will need to head over there to…

Plugging Away at the “To Do” List

It’s convention season and I am slammed with all kinds of things going on! Here’s where I stand with my current projects and what’s on the horizon. 1.¬†Mutant Epoch – Still trying to read this for the review. I am having a very hard time with this one. 2. RapierCon – 12-14 June in Jacksonville,…

Fun Weekend – 3 Games Played

Yesterday, at Contessa’s Spring Break gaming weekend, I got the chance to finally play two games I had been wanting to try for a very long time. In fact, I owned both of the core rulebooks for these games for quite a long time. First up was Night’s Black Agent followed by Trail of Cthulhu,…

Contessa – Promoting Visibility of Women in Tabletop Gaming

I’m excited to be playing two demo games this weekend during the Contessa Spring Break event! I am finally going to get to try Night’s Black Agents and Trail of Cthulhu; two games that have been on my “to try” list for a very long time. I was looking over their schedule and while there…

Bitten by the Call of Cthulhu Bug

Yesterday, while killing time waiting for a doctors appointment to start and I finally got a chance to read the Call of Cthulhu 7th edition quick start rules. While I have owned the 6th edition core rulebook for a long time, I never actually sat down to read it (nor played CoC). I think that…

Contessa Spring Break – 16 & 17 May

The ladies over at Contessa are up to it again! They’re hosting another game weekend on the 16th and 17th of this month. If you’re not in the know, Contessa is an organization run by women that promotes women in gaming and gender equality. Each of the game sessions in their events are organized and…