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Cthulhu in Power Armour

| 11. Februar 2014

As a role player with 26 years of experience in the field, I can honestly say, this is an encounter no player would forget. And just to make this clear, even without power armour (in case you were unaware), Cthulhu is impossible to beat.

The Non-Euclidean Æthercast #17: Yelling Fanboy Edition and RPC 2013 in Cologne

| 3. Juni 2013

Following up on yesterday’s blog post, here’s my podcast on my visit to the Role Playing Convention in Cologne last Saturday. Also, I am talking about the Steampunk Soirée which followed the Convention in the evening and the people I met, most notably, Joe Dever and Anja Bagus.   Subscribe on iTunes

From the Dawn of my Roleplaying Days

| 2. Juni 2013

2013 is my 25th year as a role player. I started with D&D and various solo role-playing games. The very first solo adventure book I bought was Flight from the Dark by Joe Dever, the first book of the long-running Lone Wolf series. I became and still am a massive Lone Wolf fan, I actually […]

On Roleplaying, Steampunk and otherwise

| 4. März 2011

As the regular reader of my blog might know, I am a role player. I have been for the last 22 years (23, come to think of it). I have played most of the popular systems and some more obscure ones.Role playing games changed my life. Really. I was stuck in a bank after school, […]

Crossovers

| 27. Februar 2011

It has been a while now since I posted something Cthulhu Mythos related. This is an almost unbearable situation. Fortunately, this post concerns the Mythos, this makes the situation more bearable. Back in the early 1990’s when I read H.P. Lovecraft for the first time (I was in my late teens then) I also came […]