Tag Archives: True20

Fiction, RPGs and Personal Preference

I’ve started a few short fiction vignettes. They are not complete stories so they are not technically flash fiction. This is more about setting mood or illuminating characters. The two pieces I’ve done, each under 750 words, have been inspired … 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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True20, I Think I Love You

Originally published on my blog. Though I spoke to a few publishers at GenCon, the only ones to provide review copies were the publishers with whom I didn’t do interviews. I find that really odd. Two of the three interviews … Continue reading

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