Weekly Roundup: Etsy Edition

A couple of weeks ago, I put something together with some leftover Hirst Arts blocks I had lying around.  If you want to see it, you can check it out on Etsy.  Also, don’t forget to head over to your local game store for free RPG day today!! Aaaaaaand on to the articles.

Some Space to Think discussed why the Underpants Gnome school of thought is a good way to plot out your campaigns.  Also, don’t miss the follow up article with specific ideas.

The Weem started a series this week that we think has a lot of potential.  Since most adventures start in a tavern, he thought he would break with tradition, and come up with other ways to get the party together.  Check out the first installment.

Shawn Merwin answered his own question over at Critical Hits this week – he is in the process of pondering whether 4e can be “old school,” and his initial impressions lean towards the positive.

A Walk in the Dark had a great article on how to create a non-lethal solo.  Especially at heroic tier, this can be difficult.

In case you hadn’t heard, there’s a Gamma World videogame coming out.  We’ve seen it announced and discussed in a few different places, but The Savage Afterworld posted this article discussing it more fully, complete with pics.

Finally, Fred Hicks at Deadly Fredly (owner of Evil Hat Productions) gives some good advice to the aspiring game designer, and whether it’s a feasible career choice.  We especially like his comments on “luck,” as it reminds us of other non-RPG bloggers we read.

Origins is coming up!! Who’s going?? (Besides Hamblin)

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