Also, my toybox for November contains shocking information! Not only do I give the whole game away by telling you how to create settings and games, I also announce my retirement. I figure if I have a few less things to write each month I can maybe finish one of the three hundred rpgs I’m writing.
…it would be awesome. Awesome, but bloody. What am I talking about? This month’s Campaign Toybox, of course.
Hardly anyone besides Craig reads my Campaign Toybox entries but I like how they break Shannon’s brain when he runs them. This one did that in spades – if you’ll pardon the pun.
Once more I bring up the great gap in historical RPGs, as I walk you back along the Grand Tour in my latest Campaign Toybox. Although for some reason the last two paragraphs got cut off (they’re included in the forums below until I get someone to fix that).
New year, new toybox. I can’t seem to turn off the tap yet.
I love this idea. Came to me in a canefield in north Queensland, I had to run home to write it down. If I ever did anything besides have ideas, I think people would like the thing with this idea in it!
At least, that’s the topic of this month’s Campaign Toybox If I’m going to do another year of these, feedback is appreciated!
I like this month’s Toybox. It’s on that knife-edge of wacky but salvagably believable, where all the best ideas live.