It seems that every week, the bucket of links gets bigger. Are the more and more good blog posts out there or am I just becoming less picky? Anyway, here is this week’s best blogging.
- Standing up for 3rd Edition, Chad Perrin: SOB says We can have more than one combat per session!
- Greyhawk Grognard points out an aspect of my early gaming expereinces that is missing nowadays: Dungeons as Logistical Challenges
- As WotC go around shutting down web sites, Greywulf says Playing it, yes. Blogging about it, no
- Games and Learning from Ten Letter
- Uncle Bear tells us about a free sourcebook – SKETCH: Echoes and muses on My Dream Game Room
Purple Pawn ask What is Gygaxian? and The Gherkin Patch answers
Gygaxian? It’s all about aspiration. Where as Tales of the Rambling Bumblers talks old-school and reminds us that You Say Po-tay-to, I Say Po-tah-to
- Bard of Valiant gets very creative in his sources of inspiration: Short Takes 02/21/09
- And Fame & Fortune have more web tools for groups and writing
- Random Dungeon Generators Reviewed by Inkwell does exact what it says it does.
- By Decree of the Czars gives us Gametable: Blood, Slime, and Ooze made easy!
- A very tenuous loop hole in the 4e rules is discussed by Book of Rev in How To Never Fall Unconscious: More Loopholes
- The Setting Less Traveled: The American Civil War is an interesting idea from Dungeon Mastering
- The Free RPG Blogs let us know about Old fashioned space opera, digitally remastered: Star Frontiers
- Where as a novel solution to Post-Apocalyptic Settlement Generation is the topic for How to Start a Revolution in 21 Days or Less
- Damn and Blast are two curses that don’t make RPG Dumping Ground’s suggestions for Curses
- Proof that when two sides of an argument go to extremes, it is hard to tell them apart. RetroRoleplaying discusses a very 4e like ideas in No More Clerics?
- A Hero Twice a Month asks Who Needs Powers Anyway?