Sunday, December 8, 2013

Any Interest in Reviews of Knight's of the Dinner Table Bundles of Trouble Collections?

I'm thinking of reading through the KotDT Bundles of Trouble I own - probably the first dozen or so - more if it's a popular type of post.

The thing is, do I read them just for the sake of reading them, or do I read them with the intention of reading them? I was a pretty loyal KotDT subscriber until about three years ago - which happens to coincide with my blogging activities getting "hot and heavy".

If I did review them, it would be with an eye of "what can be borrowed and brought to the gaming table". As these are the bundles and not the original issues, it's just the comic and not the articles I'd be reading.

Let me know what you think in the comments.


  1. The articles have a lot more "meat on the bone" as far as things that can be borrowed. The Knight play in a fictionalized version of a generic fantasy RPG called "HackMaster" and while some elements appear in both the comic and the eventual game(s) made, I don't think there is a lot going on except general entertainment.

    Now if you could get your hands on some HackJournals....there is a lot of great stuff there.

  2. Yes Hack Journal had lots of good stuff in it. Really cool maps and items.

    The strip always was sort of boring imo.


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