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Enough about Fiasco, we have some really exciting news about Grey Ranks! Janus Design is releasing their translation of Grey Ranks during the Lucca Comics and Games fair right now, and it will be available through their web store soon
The good folks over at Actual People, Actual Play have begun a three-session game of Grey Ranks. Give this podcast a listen for a summary of how the first three chapters run and a really solid breakdown of how the
Grant Davis ran a scheduled game of Grey Ranks and shares his thoughts.
While the Bully Pulpit Games team won’t be attending Gen Con this year, you can find our games at the Indie Press Revolution booth. To make up for our absence, we’re putting Grey Ranks back in print and sending it
Greg Costikyan reviews Grey Ranks over at Play This Thing: This is a setting, and a game, of potentially harrowing emotional impact — not only because of its setting, but also because of its portrayal of raw youth responding to
I’m back from Dreamation, which was really fantastic this year. I had a great time. Big thanks to Ryan Macklin, Michael O’Sullivan, Lowell Carson and Eric Tage Larsen for tearing it up in Fiasco, weaving a bleak tale of obsessive
We’re revising Grey Ranks, adding some clarification and streamlining a bit. There will be no major changes, but I’m considering small rules tweaks. For example this: Acting Your Age If your character is fifteen, always lower your personal scene die
We just played my Grey Ranks demo and it went great! I need to tweak a couple things and then I’ll do it again. The Grey Ranks module is here, thanks to Brennen Reece. Playing synchronously-but-at-a-remove is freaky. I rely