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    Bud’s RPG review YouTube channel owner.
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    Gamer for 30+ years. Featured in Chaosium’s blog a number of times. Review RPGs, card games and board games.

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  1. Just a reminder folks - it is this Saturday, 20th June, that I am running Delta Green.
  2. I do... but I see you have already signed up for it! Cheers!
  3. Folks, On June 20th I will be running a scenario of my own devising - Black Thumb - live on Twitch. Only this has one or two very special guests. The players are: Dr Paul Mitchener - the author of ENnie nominated Liminal Guy Milner - burnafterrunning.com owner and all-round nice guy (pun unintended) @pookie - you all know who he is Seth Skorkowsky - you also all know who he is and... wait for it... Shane Ivey - President of Arc Dream Publishing and co-author of Delta Green: the roleplaying game It is going to be on JamesCORP's Twitch stream - starting 7.3
  4. I actually don't have a copy of GGP's Cthulhu Invictus, but I do have the original monograph and the 5th(?) edition version - neither of which I have ever read. As @klecsersaid, I do have a lot on my plate at the moment, but it could be a nice one to do as it's fairly short and not one I had thought of doing.
  5. Ralzakark does indeed. The most noteable is a female broo called White.
  6. OK, so at BurritoCon in Fanboy3 in Manchester on Saturday, I had the pleasure of playing in Ian Cooper's new HeroQuest Glorantha scenario Wyrmghost Tower. This was my first time playing HQG, and to be honest, who better to run my first game for me than Professor Cooper? I found the mechanic startlingly easy once you get your head around it, and felt it was reminiscent in some ways to Gumshoe with the idea assumed proficiency. The scenario itself was really well realised and offers more in the way of lore for Glorantha. Line of the day: Player: So, these rabbbit people
  7. I am so glad I got a refund on this when ASG was actually responding to questions. I think he can essentially say goodbye to being able to KS anything for a while.
  8. Yes, completely. This was a collaborative thing - I narrated the actual text of his review from back in 2016. I assume he used the word "pirate" due to it being a ship at sea. He published the text of my review on his blog. Why would he be promoting it if he thought I had stolen his words?
  9. Not sure what you mean.
  10. It looks fantastic. Two issues though. 1) It ain't cheap! 2) It's for a scenario that is not currently available for 7th Edition (not really a proper issue I know, and hopefully it will be revisited)
  11. I can live with that! Them just being available again would be a bonus.
  12. Well of course he didn't. He wore Gbaji's hollowed out feet.
  13. Wait. So I can't get into the fine details about the colour of Arkat's boots in these threads? Dayyum! I fully support this though. Some of the threads just devolve into "well actualy..." and for new people it must be REALLY intimidating.
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