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Going Aquatic Part 1

It’s time for a conversation. It’s time to talk about aquatic based tabletop RPG campaigns; and specifically why they’re maligned, and why you should give one a shot!

NOTE: This post was in development and mostly written prior to (at the time of writing, still unfolding) events surrounding the OceanGate submersible.

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Fantasy AGE 2e! The Review!

Back in 2017, I stumbled over Fantasy AGE, a 3d6 based fantasy tabletop RPG by Green Ronin. I was all in. It was the breath of fresh air I needed from D&D and D&D-esque games. I even featured it a few times in articles about games to try or alternatives to D&D. So when I heard there was a 2nd edition coming, I knew that I had to check it out!

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Top 3 Indie Rules-Lite RPGs

There’s some definite misunderstandings around rules-lite RPGs, the main one being that they’re only good for one-shots or short campaigns. This is untrue and has been since 1974. Yes, there’s absolutely games that are built around being one-shots; and many of those are definitely rules-lite. But OD&D was very rules-lite and there are still people playing long-term campaigns based on it, so what are some modern options? This is my in no particular order top three rules-lite indie RPG list!

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