Monthly Archives: September 2011

Not Guarding My Galaxy

According to leaked information from an upcoming issue of Entertainment Weekly, Marvel movies in the pipe include Ant-Man, Guardians of the Galaxy, and the Inhumans. Of those, the one I’m both most excited for and dreading the most is the … Continue reading

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The Smooth Gun Sight

It seems that I might want to test drive a lighter system—likely my own, big surprise given my enormous fuckin’ ego!—for a modern military, Covert Forces-style campaign. Having thought about what I want to do and what I want to … Continue reading

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In Which I Consider Peanut Butter

The great dilemma, as revealed in the last post, is the system which I’ll use for a new modern military, Covert Forces-style campaign I’m plotting out. Crunchy/robust or smooth/light? How do you like your peanut butter/RPG? In order to answer … Continue reading

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Forcing the Covert

I’ve been thinking about, plotting, and planning a new RPG campaign. This one is going to be a modern Covert Forces style campaign. Now, in the past, there would have been no dilemma—I would have run it in d20 modern, … Continue reading

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Get Me the Defibrillator . . . STAT!

I’ve been a bad, bad boy. I’ve let Sword’s Edge grow very, very quiet. July and August were quite the months for me. Prepping for Gen Con, then getting “Crossing the Millers” out the door, and finally—this month—finishing a re-write … Continue reading

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