Last week we started an article series on technology for near-future settings and adding a few more bits of contemporary technology to the Savage Worlds setting. Today's article is going to focus on generic examples of tech, such as integral computers and adaptive camouflage, and their potential uses in-game. 1. Drones Robots have been a... Continue Reading →
Do you remember me asking if you would listen to a Troll in the Corner podcast? No, I didn't think so. I did, though. Pinky swear. That post was my not so secretive way of telling all of you that Troll in the Corner is taking podcasting more seriously. We're drilling into your ears with... Continue Reading →
As it says on the back cover, SLA Industries is the game of futuristic urban horror. I fell in love with this game, when I saw the first book at the Origins Game Convention back in 1995. I picked up the first book and read it from cover to cover. I then picked up... Continue Reading →
There's an important rule in GMing: show, don't tell. Now, when you put a setting together, you of course tell the players various things, but once the game is in full swing, it's obviously much more important to involve the players in as many ways as possible. So, here's a few fun things I've been... Continue Reading →
Adam Christopher’s debut novel, Empire State, is billed as a mix of science fiction, noir and super heroes. It’s actually quite light in the super hero department and heavy on the noir elements. And there’s nothing wrong with that. The SciFi is limited to explaining how the Empire State, a dreary copy of Prohibition era... Continue Reading →
You may be scratching your head and saying to yourself “not another new guy!” Hopefully you’re instead asking yourself, with eager anticipation, who is this Jonathan person? Maybe, just maybe, you’re ready to unleash 20 questions for me to answer. To save the awkwardness of spending time creating and filling out questionnaires please allow me... Continue Reading →
Have you ever looked back at history and wondered what would have happened had some event or period in time gone differently?
Marcon is a fun regional Con. If you enjoy science fiction and fantasy and are looking for a nice weekend trip next year, it would be a great place to explore. Their theme next year will be “Galactic Beach Party”.