Why the Forge Engine?

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Nobody needs another RPG system, so I made one anyway… “Why?” Well you may ask. Some RPGs are written as homage, some to extend a family of games to a new generation, others to solve a specific problem, or to introduce a whole new approach to role playing. My first full RPG – Heroes Against […]

Heroes Against Darkness review…

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Well this is unexpected. WQRobb over at Graph, Paper, and Games has just posted a review of my first RPG, Heroes Against Darkness. Graph, Paper, and Games – Heroes Against Darkness review… It’s unexpected because it’s been a while since I’ve had a review of HAD; the world of D&D variants has moved on from HAD […]

What to Steal From D&D Next!

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Now that I’ve had time to think about some of the things that those crafty designers are WOTC are doing for D&D Next, I think that a few of their changes to that game are worth pursuing for future versions of Heroes Against Darkness. Things to steal from D&D Next:•   Slower scaling progression•   Resistance reduces damage by […]