Another week of top-notch RPG blogging mined, sorted and polished for your reading pleasure.
- Points of Light discuss making monsters in 3e and 4e in Game Design: PCs, NPCs, and Skills
- The snappily titled KingSpoom’s RPG Design & Theory Junkyard has opinions on Combat and non-combat skills
- How Traveller Changed the Way I Looked at Gaming is the bold statement from The Bone Scroll
- On a related note, RPG Blog II asks What’s Your Favorite Space/Sci-Fi RPG? and generates plenty of discussion. Also: Pathfinder RPG Fan Sites
Lots of license news this week and Geek Related has been doing a great job covering it with
Wizards Releases Revised GSL – Is It Better? and Paizo’s New Pathfinder License and Fansite Policy Examined
- Exchange of Realities has a series on Fear starting with Why It Works
- Where as Tales of the Rambling Bumblers have a series of posts on Tunnels & Trolls v7.5 starting with, logically enough, First Impressions
- How Hard Does a GM Push Back? is the important question by Philippine Gamer
- Bard of the Valiant delves into Protecting IP Content
- Maybe this should go into the Lead Bucket but Greyhawk Grognard has been playing Field of Glory and writes Of Bugbears and Burgundians
- Likewise Too Much Lead looks at Warhammer Historical: Trafalgar!
- Coincidently, Book of Rev is hosting this month’s carnival on War!
- More free RPG stuff from Uncle Bear with SKETCH:Macabre and Vignette
- Darren Sims looks at the lighter side of technology with New technology – Bronze!
- Finally, The Fine Art of the TPK has The RPGBloggers Anthology…first impressions