Breaking Down Ghost Orbit

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 →

Feeling the Wrath and Glory of Warhammer 40,000

By Anthony "LibrariaNPC" DeMinico,  22 August 2018 As I have stated in the past, the theme of grimdark hasn’t exactly been my forte. But, as previously mentioned, I am a sucker for power armor and the aesthetic behind Warhammer 40,000 (40k). Once I learned Ulisses Spiele/Ulisses North America was releasing the new Warhammer 40k RPG,... Continue Reading →

Taking Off With Tachyon Squadron

By Anthony "LibrariaNPC" DeMinico, 27 June 2018 Being a sci-fi fan, I do love spaceships...and watching small fighters doing amazing things. There’s a great deal of sci-fi materials focusing around a group of pilots, their (mis)adventures, how they grow, cope with their losses, and still overcome whatever it is the Universe decides to throw at... Continue Reading →

Dungeons: The Dragoning. No, Really.

A few months back, I was talking to a few friends about a hairbrained idea I had for a Fate hack that would take the off-the-wall nature of "It's Not My Fault" and add another totally off-the-rails element to it. Namely, players would literally build a sci-fantasy universe as they create their characters (Mutant Gallifreyan... Continue Reading →

Battle of the Fandoms In Mini Form!

One thing sci-fi fans love to do is tear into each other about which sci-fi is the greatest, and we don't see a greater divide than the one between Star Trek and Star Wars fans. That said, there IS one divide regarding these two franchises that I want to talk about, and that's in their... Continue Reading →

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