Infinite Loop: June 2016

Shockingly, I’m actually doing a monthly report promptly this month! Don’t tell anybody! What did we do in June? We blew up the Internet and had the best month for Moebius Adventures ever. Seriously. Web traffic. Sales. And response by the community was simply phenomenal. Vince and I both thank you! On June 3, 2016…

An Exploration of Fantasy Backgrounds

It’s been a very long time since I’ve written any reviews at this site or any other for that matter, but recently my friend Chris Kentlea of Ennead Games granted me an early look at the new Backgrounds & Details Kit 2 – Fantasy Version so I knew I had to do one… As a big…

Sunday Miscellany

Amazingly I had a little time to do some things with the site over the weekend… I realized that all the random generators were broken after the site redesign, so that’s been fixed. Sorry about that! I added two new random generators to the mix. Little Spaces: Abandoned Places and LPC Fantasy Names I. They’re not the…

Infinity Loop: Picking a Direction

Welcome to the first in a new series of articles here focused on figuring out what’s next for Moebius Adventures. By walking through some of these decisions more deliberately and transparently, perhaps a path will become clear. 🙂 Obviously I have some success with the One Spot series of supplements and want to keep those…

New Review on GKR: 650 City Encounter Seeds & Plots

Hi there! Just wanted to let you know that a review of 650 City Encounter Seeds & Plots from Johnn Four at Roleplaying Tips went live early last week on Game Knight Reviews… 650 City Encounter Seeds & Plots offers what you’d expect – a list of 650 thought-provoking ideas to help when planning a city-based…

Review on GKR: Brother Ptolemy and the Hidden Kingdom from Nevermet Press

Hi all… In case you missed it on my reviews blog, I wrote about Brother Ptolemy and the Hidden Kingdom over at Game Knight Reviews. Nevermet Press has put together a heck of a setting and adventure that would fit nicely into most of the D&D-based campaigns (4e or 3.5e really, though the book is…

Book Review: Open Game Table: The Anthology of Roleplaying Game Blogs, Volume 2

When I reviewed Open Game Table: The Anthology of Roleplaying Game Blogs, Volume 1 back in October 2009, I felt it was a monumental and worthwhile compilation of game material from around the blogosphere. Jonathan Jacobs somehow managed to do everything from curating the articles to having the book printed and available. The result was…

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