This week I was honored to be interviewed by Kenny over at The Lone Cabbage. We talked about everything from the beginnings of Moebius Adventures to my process and more. Check out the whole interview… Read More »Thanks Kenny! (Interview @ the Lone Cabbage)
Sailing anywhere in a fantasy campaign must be a scary proposition with as many times as characters are attacked by pirates, sea monsters, angry deities, horrible storms, or who knows what else… So whether your… Read More »Little Spaces: Shipwrecks is Now Available!
Though I usually talk about Moebius Adventures-specific publishing plans, decisions, and conundrums in this column I’m going to write about something slightly different this week. Thursday saw the publication of my first paid freelance RPG… Read More »Infinity Loop: A Winding Road
Welcome to Angar’s Magic Shoppe! Here you’ll find Angar Bossz reading one of his latest book acquisitions, tinkering with a new toy for his collection, talking with his assistant Radu, or petting the store cat Iago.… Read More »One Spot #2: Angar’s Magic Shoppe Is Now Available!
With all the recent activity on the blogosphere regarding 2010 results for small RPG publishers (Nevermet Press here, Stargazer Games here and Rite Designs here), I thought I’d throw mine out there too because I was curious. When… Read More »Interesting Statistics for Moebius Adventures
Hi there… Yes, it’s been a bit since I’ve put anything up here. My apologies. The holidays kicked my butt and I’m only now returning to the land of the semi-normal. But with the terrible… Read More »Donate to the Haiti effort and get some stuff!
Hi all… Though we approach the end of 2009 with a little hope left in the tank, I’m truly hopeful for what 2010 will bring. More gaming. More blog posts about gaming. And possibly even… Read More »Happy Holidays from Moebius Adventures!
Sorry I’ve been a bit lacking in the posts arena lately. I’ve been doing a great deal of thinking about how to move forward. With the great, constructive feedback from the October 2009 playtest session… Read More »Need Feedback – Where do we go from here?