Saturday, January 14, 2012

Pssst! Looking For Some Blogs...

I was going thru my Blogroll, and now I'm fairly certain I've missed some outstanding RPG blogs out there.  Lets be honest, I might be solidly in the OSR Corner of the Blogosphere, but I've covered independent RPGs in my reviews and no one says you must be true to only one type of play or style of game.

So, any suggestions for me to add to my blog roll?  Old or new, something that I've overlooked?  Heck, pimp your own blog if you want.  I feel it's time to expand my vision.

Besides, 5E is in the air.  I'd like to find the new blogs before the next edition war breaks out ;)

28 comments:

  1. Dandy in the Underworld is a good one. http://dandy-in-the-underworld.blogspot.com/

    I have a new one up focusing on my new weird sci-fantasy setting I'm developing.

    http://blightedworldofzaoth.blogspot.com

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  2. I suppose that you have my Underworld Kingdom in your blogroll
    http://worldofortix.blogspot.com

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  3. My blog is hardly "awesome" but it is... well... "there"...

    http://rpg.brainclouds.net/

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  4. I've been trying to be better about updating my Linkography page: http://mythopoeicrambling.blogspot.com/p/linkography.html. You might check it to see if there's anything new to you.

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  5. I'd like to be part of this, at http://www.kjd-imc.org/

    Most of what I right isn't particularly OSR, as much as I like the feel. I expect to be getting into some sandbox stuff in a few months, after I get some other things wrapped up.

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  6. keep 'em coming!

    the way the denver / NE game is going, I might actually have time to start adding to the blogroll tonight ;)

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  7. Is there a a a way to copy my blogrole and paste it here? I follow a lot of gaming, miniatures and comic bits, some of it related to gaming.

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  8. damn good question joe...

    i have no idea :(

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  9. Here's mine, Dangerous Journeys, my revision and reworking of the Dangerous Journeys: Mythus RPG from Gary Gygax and Dave Newton

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  10. My one and only GenCon is where i picked that Dangerous Journeys - 93 maybe? Never played it, loved reading it.

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  11. Ah, epic Gygaxianisms, he did have a way of writing.

    BTW, thanks for the links.

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  12. You're welcome to check out my new blog at

    http://dungeoncurmudgeon.wordpress.com/

    I also write for NERDTREK on occasion.

    -Jeff

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  13. My blog is strictly random tables for the d12. That's why I've so cleverly called it The Dungeon Dozen.

    http://roll1d12.blogspot.com

    Thanks!

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  14. Umanzor would appreciate adding his friend's cool blog, Fistful of Coppers, which is finally being updated regularly. :)

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  15. I second The Dungeon Dozen, been reading it for a few weeks now.

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  16. I have a big (bigger now, thanks ;) at http://trollandflame.blogspot.com/

    @jasons My blog is strictly random tables for the d12

    That's (let me roll... a 12!) Epically Awesome.

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  18. I'll throw mine out there as well :)

    www.wrathofzombie.wordpress.com

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  19. Did someone say 'shameless self-promotion'? :)

    wampuscountry.blogspot.com

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  20. All the blogs above have been added to a link above. I need to break down my blogroll into categories at this point, which is kinda cool.

    Can never have enough great blogs to read. :)

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  21. The Iron Tavern would be interested in being included. Definitely an RPG blog, ranges from reviews, commentary, advice, etc. Has a Pathfinder focus, but not strictly limited to that.

    http://irontavern.com

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  22. I love Paizo, I feel crushed under the wait of Pathfinder but I fricken' love the Beginner Box!

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  23. The Beginner Box is a great product. Just played a session today with my kids. The older one loves it! He just studies the rulebooks, much like I did when I was a kid! Good times!

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  24. Check out my blogroll at http://www.ravenousrpg.com/ There's quite a few there. There may be some dead/dormant ones as well. I haven't culled the long list in a while because it takes so much time to do so.

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  25. We'd recommend taking a look at the Expanse. It leads all over the place and is very well done.

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  26. Erik Tenkar said: Can never have enough great blogs to read. :)

    You think so? I've got going on 300 in my blog feed and it is somewhat time-consuming to stay on top of.

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  27. www.tenfootpole.org

    OSR Module reviews

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