The RPG Handbook ~ Getting Started is a system-free, color guide to playing tabletop roleplaying games (RPGs). It contains key information from the complete RPG Handbook. This concentrates on information for those interested in finding out more about playing RPGs. That includes content for new players and families who would like to try out what roleplaying games have to offer. The topics covered include:... [click here for more]
The Black Douglas explores the story of Scotland’s greatest medieval knight - Sir James Douglas.
The title notes where the fiction creeps in and takes a historically accurate look at answering a few familiar questions about the Scottish Wars of Independence:
Was Robert the Bruce a killer or a king?
Did Robert the Bruce and William Wallace work together?
Was Scotland a Gaelic speaking... [click here for more]
UPDATE - A full colour version has just been added on 30/4/13 :)
The RPG Handbook is a system-free guide to playing tabletop roleplaying games (RPGs). The RPG Handbook looks at:
Inviting new players to try out tabletop RPGs.
Getting kids involved in trying out imaginative games.
Emphasizing deeper character development.
Making it easy to run and vary solo and team RPG gameplay.
Turning players... [click here for more]
The Thrice Slain King is a set of notes prepared as a series of blog posts during early 2104. They concern the steady disappearance of large areas of Scottish and British history and archaeology.
The notes do not try to arrive at firm or fixed answers to many of the areas where history has been reshaped through myth or propaganda.
However, the content does raise a lot of questions, which seem... [click here for more]