Moebius Adventures Offers Inspiration, Games, and Adventures

Why not toss a few dice to find a writing prompt to inspire your next tabletop role-playing adventure? Or try a new game (like Aliens & Asteroids) or an Old School game like Mazes & Perils? Or even just find some new stories for your heroes to test their mettle against at your next game session?

Inspiration

Looking for a bit of inspiration for your next game? Check out the Insta-NPCs or Little Spaces products!

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Games

Need a game to play with your group? Check out Mazes and Perils or Aliens and Asteroids!

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Adventures

Or check out some of our adventure modules for OSR systems. Adventure in the Lost Age!

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Tonight: Playtest in Colorado Springs!

Hey all… That’s right… We’re having a playtest in Colorado Springs at Gamer’s Haven tonight from 4pm to 8pm. There’s a bit more information here about this event. There’s a few folks signed up even, which is better than the last time I tried this. 🙂 Hopefully I’ll get a chance to write up how…

Small Press Week Links for Friday, October 23, 2009

Hi all… Instead of my usual Friday links post today, I’d like to focus on entries in the Small Press Week effort for the RPG Blog Network. There were some great games covered, including my own. Check ’em out! AllGeektOut covered  Berin Kinsman’s Gaming Toybox product: http://allgeektout.com/2009/10/20/spw-berin-kinsman/ I covered the Open Game Table book from…

Moral and Ethical Ambiguity, Part 4 of 4 – Conclusions

So from the first three parts of this series (part 1, part 2, part 3), you hopefully have seen some of the thought that went into our slightly different take on alignment for Moebius Adventures. Again, this is totally portable and could be used with any system I think. But does it work? The jury’s…

Review: Open Game Table: The Anthology of Roleplaying Game Blogs, Volume 1 Edited by Jonathan Jacobs

Hi all… As my contribution to the RPG Gamer Network’s Small Press Week, here’s my review of Open Game Table: The Anthology of Roleplaying Game Blogs, Volume 1. As a lifetime player and gamemaster of tabletop roleplaying games (RPGs), I’m constantly amazed at the amount of passion, knowledge, and depth of other members of this…

Moral and Ethical Ambiguity, Part 3 of 4 – Virtue

Ok, so we’ve chatted a bit about Morality and moral codes (back in part 2). Now let’s change our focus to Virtue and bring some pain into the equation… What is Virtue? Virtue represents the mortal drive to ease or cause pain and suffering in themselves and others. Someone’s virtue isn’t determined by how they…

Moral and Ethical Ambiguity, Part 2 of 4 – Morality

As I said in Part 1, this series deals with Morality and Virtue as we define them for the Moebius Adventures games. But as with many things, I think it goes beyond the system of rules and provides more food for thought when looking at alignment. So let’s talk a bit about Morality. Every time…

Moral and Ethical Ambiguity, Part 1 of 4 – Intro

For this month’s Blog Carnival, I thought I’d throw some different ideas out there about an alternative to the simple alignment grid… Though I understand the attraction of a simple alignment scheme for some games, I’ve always been fascinated by the gray area. Rarely will you find anyone who has a perfect moral compass. As…

Friday Links for October 16, 2009

Hi all… Once again, the RPG community presents not only creative ideas, but thought-provoking material that crosses genres and systems. I’m always impressed by the collective knowledge in the RPG blogosphere and this week was no different. Hopefully I can finish a couple of posts over the weekend about my own take on morality in…

Friday Links for October 9, 2009 (a day early)

Hi all! I’m going to be gone tomorrow, so I thought I’d post my Friday Links a day early. Yes, it might warp the time-space continuum, but oh well. No worse than the large hadron collider. 🙂 Unique Tavern Encounters from the Bard of Valiant. You know when you read the first thing in a…

The Art of Lesser Wizardry, or How to Dabble in Magic Without Singing Your Eyebrows…

What is Lesser Wizardry? Does it mean you’re less of a wizard than someone who practices something greater? Not at all. Think of Lesser Wizardry as the training wheels for a beginning wizard. Lesser Wizardry provides an opportunity for apprentices and students to learn the basics of wizardry without setting their hair on fire attempting…

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