I penciled notes for the first FronteirSpace module. Ok.. well this is the third time I've hand written notes for the first adventure. :-) But it keeps getting better.
Then Bill and I got together to discuss some ideas and came up with the following layout. Once I get it typed up with lots of added text, read-out-loud boxes and some NPC stats it'll be ready for play testing.
Sometimes you need a break from the creation process (or in my case it's been the investigation process working on believable futuristic vehicles) when making a role-playing game. I've been working on Issue 15 of the Star Frontiersman and tinkering with our new d100 tool (more on that later). Today I found a post by Kid Monster and thought I'd test out the new d100 Table tool. Not too shabby!
For those of you who haven't stumbled across it yet, Goblinoid Games has a nifty retro-clone product called Labyrinth Lord. As near as I can tell, it's a game mechanic clone of the old Moldvay/Cook basic Dungeons & Dragons game, allowing character development from level 1 through level 20 all in one book. I was skeptical at first, but once I got my fancy hardcover book in my hands (lulu takes sooooo long to do hardcovers!) I was amazed at the fun I held in my hands.»Read more
Anyone going to Gen Con?
Let's hook up!
I won't have copies of the Issue 1-6 Star Frontiersman so don't ask. ;-) Next year I'll have them at Origins/GenCon/Con on the Cobb and Another Gaming Convention.
I look forward to meeting you. w00t!
Years ago Bill Logan forged Drama Cards for his Star Frontiers Player's. We found them while looking through his collection of games. What a find!
The cards will appear in Star Frontiersman Issue 15 and as a d100 table on this site (I'm working on it as I type this entry).
Here are a few from the deck.