Mel White talks about his Grey Ranks experience on his podcast, Virtual Play. It’s in the second half of the podcast, after some good stuff about carry, Primetime Adventures, and other games.
Jason and Steve had the opportunity to talk to Ryan Macklin on his podcast Master Plan. Come listen to us talk about the Shab-al-Hiri Roach and how we go about printing and producing our games. In addition, Jason gives an
I wrote Dungeon Squad as a 24 hour RPG after an eye-opening but not super successful attempt to run actual D&D 3.5 for a bunch of teens at the Durham County library. I left knowing exactly what they would think
Gerald “Linnaeus” Cameron has a nice post about Grey Ranks over at his blog. Despite his doubts, his criticism early in the game’s development was incredibly useful!
Slowly, slowly. In the meantime, have you seen the character sheets for Overlord and Darker?
Here’s a great actual play report of the third play session of a rockin’ game of Grey Ranks. The players comment that the special rules for handling dead player characters don’t make sense, and I can see their point –
We call this place Sweet Home, and it is, really. We have everything we need and we have engines of our own. The vampire machines don’t have a monopoly an engines. We grow switchgrass for conversion into ethanol. We get
Grey Ranks and The Roach Returns are both at the printer. Both have has some exciting issues related to production, but we’re sorting everything out and they will be available in August!
There is a machine hole called Whiskey Heap far to the south. When I went overwall I wanted to go to that place and return to tell the tale. I followed the grass road south, away from the village and
There’s a debate among scholars as to the natural history of meat. How exactly does meat organize? What constitutes a complete organism? We observe, for example, disassociated fragments that travel very far from their core and function at a high