If you’re one of those people who sometimes wonder what Twitter is “for,” then perhaps this is right up your alley – it’s an RPG game that is being run on Twitter for whomever wishes to take part. It’s called Tweet RPG, and players collectively control a single character by following the story and voting on next actions. Catch up on the story, get a Twitter account, and dive in! And while you’re at it, follow us on Twitter too…
Over at Blog of Holding, there was an article about some designers’ comments trying to allay fears about 2nd edition D&D. Some sounds familiar; be sure to read the comments as well for a good dialogue. It’s also interesting to note that we saw a lot of the same fan comments in the magazines when D&D moved to 3rd edition.
At his WotC blog, Jester talks about what the playtest process is. This is a good companion article to the one we linked to at Greywulf’s Lair a few weeks ago.
Geek Native had a cool infographic this week about the history of dice. It includes a d20 from Roman times, a d12 from Egyptian times, as well as lots of other dice related archaeological finds.
There was a great post at ENWorld this week about how to run a great convention game. With “Con Season” coming up, this post couldn’t be more timely.
Frivology tackled the thorny subject of sexism in gaming. While this subject has tons of diverse viewpoints, it’s always interesting to hear a female’s point of view (especially in a hobby dominated by males).
Finally, speaking of ladies in the hobby, over at Character Generation Liz waxes philosophical about not feeling “geek enough.”
Blast From The Past (Weekly Roundup: 100th Post Giveaway Edition)
Over at his own blog, Geek Ken asked an important question that deserves an answer: Where is the WotC support for Gamma World?