bringing design into the play of small press role-playing games on the UK convention scene
This short comes in at just over two minutes in duration, and packs a good snowball’s punch with it. I’d love to capture this feel in a role-playing poem.
One of the games we’ll be running is Apocalypse World. I’ve just tracked down the fonts that Vincent Baker uses in the Apocalypse World text to use in the custom sign-up sheet.
Here are links to download all of the free fonts he uses:
The Apocalypse World text also uses Chaparral Bold, but that one costs bucks.
Who knew that R’lyeh was pronounced Rill-yeah?
Not me, hence the burn of the Girls Laughing meme.
I only realised my error after listening to the latest Dark Adventure Radio Theatre audio drama, Call of Cthulhu: if you like the Cthulhu Mythos and old time radio, it’s quality.
Evidently plenty of animals were tried in the law courts of medieval Europe.
All over Europe, throughout the middle-ages and right on into the 19th century, animals were, as it turns out, tried for human crimes. Dogs, pigs, cows, rats and even flies and caterpillars were arraigned in court on charges ranging from murder to obscenity. The trials were conducted with full ceremony: evidence was heard on both sides, witnesses were called, and in many cases the accused animal was granted a form of legal aid — a lawyer being appointed at the tax-payer’s expense to conduct the animal’s defence.
A compendium of your favourite characters from Witch, lovingly statted up for the Lamentations of the Flame Princess Role-Playing Game.