I discovered the 1939 Warsaw telephone directory some time ago, which is an insanely useful resource for getting a feel for life in that time and place. Thank you, LOC! Here are some of my favorite ads from the back,
Check it out – go to the gallery (Galeria). The second link is good – they even overturned a tram car and set stuff on fire.
I put up a site at Spreadshirt and we ordered some T-shirts to sport at Gen Con. They did an excellent job and it was very fast. If you want to buy one (there’s no markup), note that several of
Selene Tan has converted Drowning and Falling into both restructured text and HTML for your browsing pleasure. Thanks, Selene!
Currently, copies of Drowning and Falling are en route to Indie Press Revolution’s warehouse in New Jersey. Once they arrive, you can buy one! All proceeds benefit ORBIS International. Allen Varney recently put in a kind word about D&F, too.
I finished a Grey Ranks alpha test tonight and it worked as expected, mechanically – the dice escalated relentlessly and the characters had a hard time keeping up. The first death came during the mission in scene seven. Two more
A substantial review over at rpg.net, check it out.
I found a great Grey Ranks resource, Adam Borkiewicz’s book Powstanie Warszawskie. I can’t read a word but the maps are terrific. Here’s one for 21 August, and here’s a detail of the 7 August map, as attack group Dirlewanger
Here’s a first crack, for playtesting. I’m guessing the version for the actual game will be a beautiful and functional Mad Irishman deal.
Isbo posts about playing The Roach with his regular D&D 3.5 group.