Black Friday + Cyber Monday Sales

DriveThruRPG is running a site-wide sale for Black Friday and Cyber Monday! Interested in picking up some Glorantha Goodness for your games of RuneQuest? I recommend checking out these great deals available from Akhelas's library of publications: Treasures of Glorantha: An Electrum bestselling collection of thirty Gloranthan magic items detailed with history and myth to … Continue reading Black Friday + Cyber Monday Sales

REVIEW: Six Paths

Well-written and beautifully presented. Six Paths discusses gender, sex, and sexuality with nuance and care. What drew me most in this supplement is the integration of gender with the Orlanthi religion. Six Paths goes above-and-beyond other LGBT-advocacy publications by entwining its material with established lore of the setting. This is well-developed through a collection of … Continue reading REVIEW: Six Paths

REVIEW: The Spiral

Disclaimer: The author of this work, Nikki DeKeuster, is one of my colleagues and friends. I was a beta reader for her connected novelette Red String. I was not solicited to review her debut novel. The finest compliment I can give to a work of fiction is my time. I bull-rushed through the back half … Continue reading REVIEW: The Spiral

2021 Year in Review

Well, I'd intended to process what I wrote and published in 2021 sometime in January, but that didn't end up happening. No fear, though! We're here, now. Let's get into it. To Hunt a God—Quick Update I'm delighted to share that To Hunt a God has earned its first Bestseller medal on DriveThruRPG! Cover by … Continue reading 2021 Year in Review

REVIEW: The Armies & Enemies of Dragon Pass

I originally posted this review over on my Facebook page, but decided to repost it on the blog as well upon a friend's suggestion—easier for posterity to find than through FB. If you think A&E sounds interesting, it's available over on the Jonstown Compendium. (Oh, and I am still working on that yearly round-up. Hopefully … Continue reading REVIEW: The Armies & Enemies of Dragon Pass

An End to MOTM

Well, yet again I've neglected the blog! This time around I have two Monster of the Month (or MOTM) releases to discuss, and also the related larger news indicated in the title—why I've decided to stop creating monthly releases on the Jonstown Compendium. November—Burning Engines Issue cover composed using stock artwork—in hindsight, this needed to … Continue reading An End to MOTM