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By Anthony "LibrariaNPC" DeMinico, 25 November 2020 “There are only so many ways to roll dice.” Every time I read, write, or edit another RPG, I always find myself saying the same phrase. But while rolling dice doesn’t change, how the action is tied to the dice is what catches my eye. So what happens... Continue Reading →
By Anthony "LibrariaNPC" DeMinico, 24 June 2020 When you are surrounded by books and inundated with a backlog, sometimes it's nice to pick up a smaller indie title to unwind and try something new. Combine this with my workplace reopening amidst the various issues happening in the world, and a bit of escapism was absolutely... Continue Reading →
By Anthony "LibrariaNPC" DeMinico, 09 October 2019 I’ve had the pleasure of speaking with G. Michael Truran about game theory over the last year or two, and I have to admit that a lot has changed since I reviewed his ashcan game Plunderlight. This time around, I was requested to take a look at the... Continue Reading →
By Anthony "LibrariaNPC" DeMinico, 01 August 2018 Update 3/5/2019: Iron Edda Accelerated is officially up for sale on DriveThruRPG! Many of the fears of this review have been alleviated (to a point), and it is still worthy of the grade I gave it below! When I think of games set in an era of... Continue Reading →
By Anthony "LibrariaNPC" DeMinico, 25 July 2018 Prior to my visit to CharCon earlier this month, I had the pleasure to sit and have a wonderful conversation with Tracy Barnett, an RPG writer, author, one half of Exploding Rogue Studios, and the mind behind The Other Cast. Having a chance to talk to them about... Continue Reading →
By Anthony "LibrariaNPC" DeMinico, 02 May 2018 It is no small secret that I am an avid fan of mythology. It’s also no secret that it’s my love of mythology that got me into various franchises, like Fate and Scion. Therefore, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that I dove headfirst into Part-Time Gods 2nd... Continue Reading →
I recently did a poll on Twitter asking what people would like to see, and the votes quickly skewed to random RPGs from my shelf. Thankfully, with some good wheeling and dealing, I've gotten a bunch of new-to-me books in that I've been slowly reading, giving me plenty of potential old(er) games to review. The... Continue Reading →