New primitive D&D campaign

Right now it seems that my primary source of rpg amusement this winter is a new campaign of primitive D&D with challenge-based adventuring techniques. As many of the youngsters I’ve been playing rpgs lately moved towards university studies I had to think up something new to attract new gamers to my group. We have plenty of boardgamers, computer games and Magic: the Gathering players here in Sonkajärvi, but the teens do not usually play roleplaying games independently of my influence, it seems. Read the rest of this entry »

Bloodraven for the Lord of the Æsir

I wrote a game for a small game design competition, for a change. Or at least, I thought Jonathan Walton’s Murderland competition would be small, but ultimately it ended up with something like 35 participants. No wonder, considering how nicely Jonathan set it up!

Do let me know what you think of the game, if anything springs to mind. Playtesting is also welcome. I find this a bit rough myself, but I like the color elements and the topic.