In case you missed the intro to this series, check out the post, Going Generic, before commencing! Done? Good. This is the first of the actual reviews of the Generic games, and will look at things like the history of the game, its strengths and challenges, and the system shock that may occur coming over from D&D. At the end will be a simple scoring on a scale of 1 to 5, and an aggregate score. Time to crack on with the first entry to this series, the popular Savage Worlds game by Pinnacle Entertainment Group!Read more
2021 is the year of the generic RPG here at POCGamer, and it’s long past time to kick this series of posts off. And where better to start than by examining what exactly a Generic RPG is, and what strengths and challenges they can bring to your gaming experience. So it’s time to go Generic!Read more
Over the last few decades, fantasy anime has been taking huge strides in both traditional and creatively fresh takes on western fantasy. And while many still look to novels for inspiration, there’s a lot of great anime out there that might inspire a system, a setting, and/or a campaign. So in this post, I’ve selected a variety of fantasy anime shows that are currently available to watch that I think offer some great inspirational ideas and material. So let’s look at four anime series that really bring it home.
For the last few days, something has been gnawing at me. “What is a short adventure?” So, in this post I’m going to explore what a short adventure is to me, and give an example from the home archives.Read more
The last post explored the stages of the writing process for work-for-hire freelancers at Wizards, based on my experience with it in 2020. This post is going to delve into my specific experiences and the differences between the Book of Cylinders that was submitted in the final draft and the Book of Cylinders that was released on March 16th. Bear in mind, this entire post is no-names, no-packdrill.Read more