Slow magicks – Runic Wizardry

There are fast spells, which have effects that spring into the world quickly to do their deeds (like Fireball), and then there are slow spells, which linger or wait for some condition to be met before releasing their power. Runic Wizardry is the latter. For this style of magick, an ancient alphabet is used. Many…

Infinity Loop: What’s Next?

One of the benefits of being a small publisher is the ability to be more agile than the big boys. The horse (in this case just me) can change direction when the need (or desire) arises. So you may be asking what I’m talking about. 🙂 A week ago I released Brick by Brick: Doors…

How do you make module-driven games seem less railroaded?

Hi all… Yes, it seems that nearly every time I post anything these days, it’s asking a question. But before I ask, let me provide some context… We have a very small group (currently 2 or 3 players depending on the week and a GM) playing a D&D 3.5e adventure set in one of the…

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