Tag Archives: roleplaying

Building a better RPG and/or Setting

Imagine a game designer spending years putting together a world or two or ten – a mini campaign of sorts (I say mini, because you’d need way more than that for a full blown campaign setting with space travel, unless … Continue reading

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QT Games: Upcoming Books

Hi all, for those of you not reading our QT Games Updates on Kickstarter, our forums or Facebook posts, we’ve been busy campers! As the logo above hints, I renamed my Shadow Hunter novella as there were way too many … Continue reading

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Author/Game Designer Update

Hi all, I wanted to get you a quick update on all fronts as I’ve been meaning to post for quite awhile, but have been unable to do so. Here goes . . . Medical: So much has happened since … Continue reading

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Designer Diary #16: Free eBook + RPG design—Asking the Tough Questions

Happy Thanksgiving to my US friends! Happy Sunday to the rest of you! I’ve got good news and possibly not so good news (depends on your point of view). First the good news! We’ve got some free fiction to give … Continue reading

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Designer Diary #14: Fiction Givaway + Roleplaying Games and Settings Questions (Part 2)

One might think after thirty-six years I would have tired of the Cosmoverse—the universe I started creating in 1978 and have been running adventures in for decades, or that I would have at least moved on from the game I … Continue reading

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Designer Diary #13: Fiction Givaway + One of the Oldest RPGs & Settings You’ve Never Heard of! (Part 1)

Now that I have a newsletter (Go to QT Games to sign up and never miss an issue!) and have been meeting a lot of new friends, I thought I’d change directions a bit and dig even deeper into my … Continue reading

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Designer Diary #4: RPG Character Creation

In this post, I continue to discuss rpg concepts and what we decided to do for our roleplaying game, Cosmothea, and why. I don’t know about you, but Character Creation in roleplaying games has nearly always been a blast for … Continue reading

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