Infinity Loop: The Weirdness of Web Traffic

This week’s Loop is a little off-topic, but might be of interest to some of you so I thought I’d throw it out there. I’ve been doing the whole blogging thing for a long time. Started back in 2006, about the same time I was working on the Moebius Adventures Core Rules book. And I’ve…

New Reviews and Articles on GKR for your Friday Reading Pleasure

It’s been several months (back in December 2010 if you can believe it) since I cross-posted any links from Game Knight Reviews over here… So I thought I’d go ahead and include a list of recent articles & reviews in case anybody was interested. Evidently I’ve been busy! Articles How do I review a product?…

New Review on GKR: 650 City Encounter Seeds & Plots

Hi there! Just wanted to let you know that a review of 650 City Encounter Seeds & Plots from Johnn Four at Roleplaying Tips went live early last week on Game Knight Reviews… 650 City Encounter Seeds & Plots offers what you’d expect – a list of 650 thought-provoking ideas to help when planning a city-based…

New Reviews on GKR: The Summoner’s Circle and Warrior, Rogue, & Mage

Hi there! I’ve posted another couple of reviews on Game Knight Reviews… A review of Advanced Feats: The Summoner’s Circle from Sigfried Trent and Open Design and a review of Warrior, Rogue, & Mage from Michael Wolf of Stargazer Games. The Summoner’s Circle provides a fresh take on the Summoner class in Pathfinder. By adding…

Review on GKR: Kobold Quarterly Fall 2010 Issue 15

Hi there! I’ve posted another review on Game Knight Reviews, this time of the 2010 holiday issue of Kobold Quarterly. Once again, the kobolds have carefully crafted a tome worthy of your attention – from druids and traps to giant ants and mounted combat, there’s plenty to whet your appetite. Wolfgang Baur and his crew…

Review on GKR: Brother Ptolemy and the Hidden Kingdom from Nevermet Press

Hi all… In case you missed it on my reviews blog, I wrote about Brother Ptolemy and the Hidden Kingdom over at Game Knight Reviews. Nevermet Press has put together a heck of a setting and adventure that would fit nicely into most of the D&D-based campaigns (4e or 3.5e really, though the book is…

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