Independent Game Designer Spotlight & Interview: Paul Roman Martinez

Success on Kick-starter is an elusive beast. With only 43% of all projects reaching their funding goals and Gaming projects even lower down the scale in terms of hitting their targets, some Project Creator's have nonetheless figured out the secret elixir to success on the crowd-funding site. One such alchemical master of the world of … Continue reading Independent Game Designer Spotlight & Interview: Paul Roman Martinez

Independent Game Designer Spotlight & Interview: Clance M. Morring – BATTLE THIS!

With the rise of Kickstarter, strategy, card and board game designers have been given access to a pool of potential customers and funding that spans the entire  globe. This shift in public awareness has fundamentally changed the way independent companies can bring their ideas to the market, allowing everyone from sole operators to experienced creators the chance to … Continue reading Independent Game Designer Spotlight & Interview: Clance M. Morring – BATTLE THIS!

Classical Classes: The (Native American) Druid: Compendium

One of the most often played classes of the Dungeons & Dragons pantheon is the Druid. Based upon the historical priests of the same name from Celtish antiquity, the beliefs and practices of these real-world members of this ancient Order of mystics share a great many similarities with other tribalistic societies throughout the ages.Native American … Continue reading Classical Classes: The (Native American) Druid: Compendium

RPG Publisher Spotlight: LPJ Design

Since 2001 the online clearinghouse DriveThruRPG has been providing downloadable content by publishers producing material for a  bevy of genres suitable for all types of games and Gamers. Perhaps one of the most prolific of these publishers is the independent gaming company, LPJ Design, short for Louis Porter Jr. Designwho has carved out a niche for himself by … Continue reading RPG Publisher Spotlight: LPJ Design

The Prismatic Art Collection: A Nice Concept

So about a year ago a Kickstarter project was funded around the idea of commissioning artwork for fantasy purposes that would be completely in the public domain. The goal of the project was also built around the desire to commission a group of diverse artists who would depict "fantasy heroes from diverse backgrounds". Though not … Continue reading The Prismatic Art Collection: A Nice Concept