We've all bought and read White Dwarf, Games Workshop magazine dedicated to its own game systems, and most of us have moaned about the magazine for one reason or another, either its just a catalogue, not enough about the army you play, to much LOTR or there's no articles about specialist games anymore.
Well you can stop moaning because there are plenty of free ezines out on the good old internet for you. These range from mags dedicated to specific armies to others who's content are
Updated 17-05-2010 at 10:45 AM by warhammergrimace
Both of these shows have officially been given their walking papers. Angry Random Geek goes solo this time to give his thoughts on the subject.
It seems that old skool rpg is the new trend, with a plethora of retro clone rule systems, and best of all most are FREE. So in this post I'm going to take a look at a selection along with some of the online resource web sites and any fanzines/ezine out there. So lets begin our delve into retro gaming with a look at some of the rule systems.
The first up is Swords and Wizardry, which we've looked at in an earlier post, so I won't dwell on this rule set now. Just to say this an excellent
So with Little Angels just about complete barring the chess set auction and a few loose ends a major slice of the last 6 months of my life is coming to an end. So what now? Well I would be lying if i didnt say I was relieved for it to be over. Im immensly proud of the project from both a personal point of view and from Wamp point of view, but it has been a drain on my time. Theother big drain on my time has been the new site. IM not a computer programmer or website designer, heck Ive only just
From speaking to people it seems they started gaming in their early teens and have often spent 10 - 20 years playing all kinds of different systems.
I've been playing regularly now for 14 months, and I started when I was 29. Having come to it as a newcomer it's really not as simple to start as it appears on the surface.
There are strange terms, jargon and acronyms.There are strange dice - and it's not easy to spot the difference between a D8 or D12 straight away, and